Drexel House

Shelter details

  • Added Mar 31, 2021 | Last Update Sep 21, 2021
  • 604 Devoe St. SE
       Olympia, WA 98501
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  • (360) 515-5587

Description

To be added to the waitlist for SHELTER or HOUSING, call SideWalk at (360) 515-5587.

Qualifications
    18 years and older
    Currently homeless
    minimum of 2 positive character references

Programs
Emergency Shelter
Drexel House provides a 16 bed emergency shelter for men who are currently homeless in Thurston County. The Shelter program is 90 days and is free of charge. It is more than a warm bed; it is a program which includes promoting residential stability and increasing self-determination. Clients are required to meet with the Case Manager on staff once a week.  They are also required to take part in self-bettering activities, classes, meetings, and sessions as they are available.

Transitional Housing
Drexel House provides 300 square foot, furnished, studio apartments for men and women in Thurston County. The program is for men and women who are currently homeless and capable of living independently. The program is 1 to 2 years in length and costs residents 30% of their verified income. Residents are required to meet with the Case Manager on staff monthly. They are also required to take part in self-bettering activities, classes, meetings, and sessions as they are available.

Permanent Housing

The Permanent Housing Program is for disabled men and women who have a history of being chronically homeless and are in need of a more intensive and specialized program. This program is a minimum of 1 year in length and costs residents 30% of their verified income.  Residents are required to meet with the Case Manager on staff monthly. They are also required to take part in self-bettering activities, classes, meetings, and sessions as they are available.

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  1. Is this shelter free?
  2. Do they accept donations at this shelter?
  3. Do they allow Pets at this shelter?
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