A residential program for pregnant and parenting women. Elizabeth House helps young women make positive choices that will benefit them and their children now and in the future by offering a safe and caring home, a holistic life-skills program, and appropriate referrals.
Eligibility: Pregnant and parenting women of all ages and their baby (newborn – 2 years old).
Provides 94 beds of safe and low-cost shelter to single women and women with children who experience homelessness and poverty. The YWCA Mary Dover House offers 6 beds dedicated exclusively for emergency situations.
The Mustard Seed meets the immediate needs of those experiencing homelessness and poverty by providing emergency shelter, food, clothing, hot showers, and hygiene supplies. The Foothills Shelter has capacity for 370 adults every night.
Provides safe and affordable housing for individuals in recovery from alcohol and/or drug addictions. Our admission criteria requires that any client must have had treatment and be ready to begin transition back into the community. For example, they must gain full-time employment, go to school on a full-time basis or volunteer each day.
50-bed Emergency Shelter houses women with children and single women experiencing family violence and abuse, providing a safe haven from violence. The shelter is equipped to help each woman and their family meet their basic needs, which include food, clothing and toiletries.
Their women’s shelter has 12 emergency and 11 transitional beds. They offer a 3 month skill building/development program, counseling and support in areas such as building self-esteem, life skills, work preparedness and anger management.
This is a short-stay crisis shelter for women and their children leaving domestic abuse and violence. The shelter provides basic needs, including food and personal items, as well as individual domestic abuse counseling and support.