Emergency Shelter Services – shelter, meals, needs evaluation
Connect to Care (Special Needs) – shelter, linkage to services such as mental health providers; counseling, medical care, medication stabilization, daily living assistance, life skills classes (anger management, addiction and recovery. Communication, financial management, healthy relationships and more), Bible study, educational and employment skills development, assistance with job searches and working assignments
Fresh Start (Working Guest) – employment training, search and maintaining assistance. Case management, educational training, computer lab, work therapy, career development, life skill classes. spiritual training, counseling, assistance with obtaining permanent housing, employment, follow-up for 1 year
Family Development – housing, stabilization, spiritual development, life skills, parenting skills, career development, educational program, GED training, basic skills improvement, case management, counseling, assistance with obtaining housing and employment; childcare, age-appropriate educational programs, preschool education readiness, social behavior classes, physical exercise, motor skill development, craft time, introduction to Biblical themes
Richard (Rick) A. Alvis, President and CEO
Please Note: These services may be provided directly or as guidance assistance by the shelter. Please contact the shelter to get more information.