LSS Faith Mission

Shelter details

  • Added Feb 24, 2021 | Last Update Mar 14, 2023
  • 245 North Grant Avenue
       Columbus, OH 43215
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  • (614) 224-6617


For those seeking shelter in Franklin County, there is a Centralized Point of Access for single adults and families (adults with children).
Single adults should call 1-888-4SHELTR (1-888-474-3587) 24/7.
Families (adults with children) should call the 24/7 Family Center hotline at (614-253-7970) for assistance.
Our ServicesAt Faith Mission, our services help clients meet their basic food and shelter needs, while also giving them the resources and support to improve their lives. These services include:
ShelterFoodEmployment ReadinessHealth CenterCase ManagementVeterans Services

ShelterFor more than 50 years weve seen the effects of homelessness and have been there to help not only with immediate needs like shelter, food and clothing, but also with long-term solutions such as housing, employment and supportive case management.
FoodFaith Mission has the only community kitchen in Franklin County that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the year. We provide about 600 meals a day to anyone in the community who is hungry and are thankful for the donated goods that allow us to operate on a minimal budget.
EmploymentThe Faith Mission Resource Centers provide clients with access to phones and personal voicemail, a fax machine, computers with Internet access, bus passes and directories of Columbus services.
Health CenterFaith Mission addresses the medical needs of our clients at the Faith Mission Health Center. Local health care professionals volunteer to staff this clinic and offer a variety of services at no cost to homeless individuals. These services include dental, podiatry, vision and general medical services.

Question & Answers (6)

  1. Is this shelter free?
  2. Do they accept donations at this shelter?
  3. Do they allow Pets at this shelter?
  4. How old do you have to be to stay here?
  5. How long can you stay at this shelter?
  6. Do the homeless use plarn sleeping mats?

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