Local homelessness agency Good Samaritan Services continues to expand its capacity to serve individuals
and families experiencing homelessness.
It’s warming up outside, but the need for housing doesn’t disappear with the snow!
Beginning on March 16th, 2021 Good Sam’s winter shelter facility will transition from a nightly shelter to a 60-day emergency shelter program. With this program 10 to 12 single women and women with children (per 60 days) will have access to shelter, case management, financial empowerment resources (such as matched savings and microloans) regular shelter programming (classes, meals, study groups, laundry, etc), and personal development resources such as job training, mentorships, and budgeting skills.
The 60-day shelter program will continue until the winter months of 2021 when the facility will again transition to a nightly winter shelter. As always, community members are encouraged to refer those in need to Good Samaritan Services, as they will always work to partner them with the right program and resources for their specific situation.
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