Chillicothe, Ohio Shelter List

We provide a directory of shelters that provide assistance to the homeless. We do not directly provide aid ourselves, but provide local resources for you to find. Most major U.S. cities including Chillicothe, Ohio, offer some type of shelter for persons in need. There are also thousands of local non-profit organizations that offer help We currently have listed all of the shelters we could find in Chillicothe. We constantly are finding new shelters, sign-up here to receive an email alert as soon as we locate any new shelters in Chillicothe.

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Mens Homeless Shelter

Mens Homeless Shelter
1005 Sherman Park
Chillicothe, OH 45601
(740) 772-4473
Men's Homeless Shelter provides shelter and case management and strive to provide the homeless a place to call home.

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Due to the small number of shelters in Chillicothe we have listed some area listings below.

Bridgehaven Homeless Shelter

Bridgehaven Homeless Shelter

109 W 2nd St
Waverly, OH - 45690
(740) 941-4348
Shelter Location: 14.57 miles from Chillicothe

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Bridgehaven is a S.A.F.E. place where Christians aid displaced Pike Countians with a place to stay and assist them in the process of re-establishing their own lives....

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Circle of Light Emergency Shelter

Circle of Light Emergency Shelter

2146 North Court Street
Circleville, OH - 43113
(614) 980-5788
Shelter Location: 21.00 miles from Chillicothe

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The Circle Shelter provides emergency temporary shelter for persons, who for one reason or another have no place to stay. ...

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The Foundation Shelters

The Foundation Shelters

800 W 6th Ave
Lancaster, OH - 43130
(740) 653-1960
Shelter Location: 32.97 miles from Chillicothe

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Housing up to 25 residents. They average about 16 residents but at times are completely full. While most residents are men, they usually can accommodate three or four women and occasionally mothers with children. The shelter facility is designed to totally separate women and children from the male population....

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