The Night Ministry - Open Door Shelter

Shelter details

  • Added Jun 4, 2016 | Last Update Mar 10, 2023
  • 1110 N. Noble Street
       Chicago, IL 60622
       Open in Google Maps
  • (773) 506-4100


The youth that are served face multiple, difficult challenges beyond their homelessness, including family dysfunction, lack of education or life skills, and social isolation.
For many of the residents, the stability of the youth housing programs is their first exposure to a structured, safe, and supportive living situation.

Question & Answers (5)

  1. Is this shelter free?
    • Yes, it is.

  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?

Comments (3)

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    Info.theworldcleanup says

    i love what you are doing this is great me and The Wold Clean Up (a company that me and my friend own) want to make a donation if you were wondering we are just in 4th grade almost 5 and want to make a good change in the world by donating to the the people in need. please check out or website: thanks if you are reading this bye, and have a good day day

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    Keithadotson says

    In need of shelter

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    Herbs says

    In supplying meals and supplies to the growing homeless in Tent Cities, living under viaducts, etc., I've noted that when engaging in conversation I see a wide variety of issues and I applaud The Night Ministry as I've seen the Bus on the South Side of Chgo. I am most concerned as I don't see more places like this and rarely if ever hear of Advocates to [get the Homeless Housing - off the streets]. Last Winter (2018), they opened up the Park Districts to House the Homeless when the temps dropped, as the Shelters were full. I see this as an issue that all the shelters, organizations, and individuals who assist and care about them, need to come together on, ASAP. Thanks for all you do...

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