The Foundation’s goal is to work with homeless individuals and families, especially homeless veterans, those whose lives are in transition, or who are facing a housing crisis, and provide them with the resources and case management to help overcome the source of the crises. Generally, homelessness is not based on a single issue; rather, it tends to be a combination of economic disparity, mental, chemical, or behavioral issues. The Foundation seeks to provide a multi-prong approach, first focusing on healing, then on revitalizing homeless individuals so that they can become self-sustaining. In short to teach people how to fish, rather than just giving them a fish. The Foundation’s mission is to help the Indigenous people(s) and their families meet their immediate needs – be it food, water, and shelter – while implementing and supporting programs designed to create opportunities for self-sufficiency and regaining self-esteem. In order to do so effectively, the Foundation will create homelessness and housing programs that will first identify the issue(s), then assist the individual or family as they work towards self-sufficiency by systematically examining and effectively treating the potential physical, substance, or mental abuse juxtaposed with improving workforce development and training for the Indigenous communities, to help them become self-sustaining members of society without detracting from their cultural background and heritage. The Foundation seeks to change the disparity and the trajectory of the Indigenous people(s) and better prepare them for the future.