Project Able is a job placement and job mentoring program for homeless men who are unemployed. It provides an opportunity to improve their lives and become gainfully employed in the community. Participants receive housing, nourishing meals, clothes and needed work uniforms/tools. Transportation is provided while participants seek employment and until their first paycheck. The goal of Project Able is for each man to obtain employment, save income and transition into permanent housing.

Project Able is funded, in part, through a grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.