Help for Hard Times
For many homeless men and women who have exhausted all options, seeking shelter here is often a decision of last resort. Yet it can also be a remarkable starting point for getting their lives back. Shelter residents are given basic need items such as bedding, hygiene products, laundry and transportation assistance. But they’re also given so much more—personal guidance from an assigned case manager and an abundance of resources to support independence and self-reliance.
Residents who enter the shelter must first be free from alcohol and drugs and undergo a background check. Our zero-tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol, along with a nightly curfew helps ensure a safe, successful program.
Shelter residents are also given a set of expectations. They must save 70% of any income, meet weekly with case managers, make their beds each morning, complete daily chores and attend educational classes.
Available life-skills training and education include access to an alcohol and substance abuse counselor for individual and group counseling and prevention classes; classes in employment readiness; lessons on budgeting and renting smart; computer training and other beneficial seminars.
- CAPACITY: 98 Individuals
- DORM STYLE ROOMS: 8 Individuals / room
- HOURS: Open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week
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