HALO's Journey to Self-Sufficiency Program: HALO is so much more than a bed The Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization offers each person an opportunity to begin their journey from dependency towards self-sufficiency. We understand that each person that enters our shelter program comes with their own dreams, goals, and needs, and it is our goal to help them reach these goals safely. How HALO Helps: Since opening in 2005, HALO has helped over 2,000 adults return to stable housing with enough income and savings to support themselves. From day one, it was HALO intent to not just shelter those in need, but to offer a clear path to self-sufficiency through individualized support. HALO is the only homeless shelter in Wisconsin offering Intensive Case Management paired with a comprehensive network of supportive services from 90+ area agencies. Understanding that everyone comes to HALO with their own individual story is vital to our ability to help them. HALO Case managers help individuals experiencing homelessness to overcome barriers, develop goals and foster human connections for a successful transition from homelessness to independent living. Read about our Journey to Self-Sufficiency accountability-based program. Mission Statement: The mission of the Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO) is to provide a pathway to self‐sufficiency for those experiencing homelessness in Racine County. Vision Statement: The vision for the Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization is that all homeless individuals and families in Racine County will be provided emergency food, clothing, shelter, transitional, and permanent housing, and supportive services through a collaborative structure that effectively coordinates services, shares information, increases funding, and eliminates duplication and gaps in services.