C-U at Home staff use a variety of approaches to help ministry partners and the broader community learn more about the work that we do, why we do it, and why the need exists. We also communicate and coordinate with other community resources that provide supportive services. We are viewed as the go-to resource on homelessness for local media and beyond, and our ministry was featured on local media outlets over 40 times in 2021. We also stay connected with supporters and community organizations through our newsletters and social media (follow us on Facebook and Instagram).

Staff members are available to speak and give presentations to community groups, civic organizations, and churches (click here to schedule an engagement). We also offer screenings of the 2016 documentary, "The Phoenix: Hope is Rising" (produced by Phil Gioja and Isaac Musgrave) and “V for Vulnerable” (Center Street Productions), which premiered at our One Winter Night community awareness and fundraising event on February 5, 2021. DVD copies of each of these films are available at our offices.

Host a Screening

If you would like to host a screening of one of our documentary films at your church, school, or organization, please fill out the form below. The film can be followed by a Q&A session with C-U at Home staff members if desired.