We feed, shelter, provide public phone access, Regional Transit System bus passes, laundry services, and clothing vouchers. Along with tutoring, our case management and referral services provide education. Our partner agencies offer victim advocacy, job opportunities, GED certificates, life skills classes, in safe compassionate environments.
Doors are open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. daily.
Our shelter services provide temporary housing for 35 individuals, including women, men, and children. They receive three meals daily.
Approximately 200 public meals are served daily between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
During severe weather nights we provide 60 beds.
We own 33 efficiency apartments that provide permanent supportive housing.
Our case management is designed to address job placement, education, permanent supportive housing, and other needs, including community resources.