Provides shelter in an apartment complex, food, hygiene supplies, clothing, case management, savings plan, assistance with applying for benefits, assistance with enrolling children to school, life skills training and an infant nursery, preschool program and after-school activities.
Shelter has 12 one-bedroom and 18 two-bedroom apartments. Families must save 85% of income.
John Wall, Supportive Housing Director
Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.