Since 1989, PCM has served homeless individuals by providing food and other services including available shelter care.
PCM began operating a shelter in 1990, offering on-site care by their Homeless Shelter Director and their part-time shelter supervisor.
Today, PCM operates the newly opened Fresh Start Village for homeless women and children.
Through a comprehensive program, PCM's goal is to help individuals break the cycle of homelessness and obtain permanent, affordable housing.
In order to do this, they work with residents to identify special needs which may be barriers to obtaining and maintaining stable housing.
Case management helps to break the journey to self-sufficiency into small, manageable steps.
Services provided include housing counseling, food and transportation assistance, mental health services as well as parenting, money management and life skills education.
Contact Alexa Hammonds at 270.442.6795 for more information.
Monday-Friday 9AM-12PM and 1PM-3:30 PM
Mission Statement: The Paducah Cooperative Ministry seeks to do God’s work with human hands by drawing together individuals and congregations to respond to basic human needs and conditions.