shelter: a safe, temporary refuge for homeless individuals and families.
A warm bed, a hot meal and clothing. It sounds so simple, but for many, it's not. Meeting these basic needs can make a lasting difference for the veterans, men, and women who come to us for shelter. Providing emergency shelter services allows our clients to focus on gainful employment and stable housing, ultimately putting an end to their homelessness. Through supportive services and referrals to community resources, we can help rebuild a foundation for people who thought they were beyond reach.
At the Walton Avenue Housing program, there are twenty beds and supportive services including case management and referrals to community resources are provided to homeless young men age 18-24.
Forty-five beds are offered to help homeless men achieve stable housing. Services include life skills classes, budgeting, chemical dependency services and referrals and employment services.
At Crossroads there are six beds and services for homeless women include emergency housing, hot meals, clothing, case management, nursing clinic and referrals to community resources.
There are twelve beds at Crossroads to help homeless men obtain stable housing and employment with services including case management and referrals to community resources.
Contact information for all programs and services can be found in our Program Directory.