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Jewish Family Services

Address:
750 White Pond Dr
Akron, OH 44320

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away - Go to: Akron, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(410) 466-9200

Website:
http://www.jcsbaltimore.org

Services:
Provides services for residents,

Hours:
Mon and Thurs, 5-9PM by appointment.

Eligibility:
Transient services for Jewish persons only. Most other programs open to the general public. See notes.


Haven of Rest Ministries

Address:
175 E Market St
Akron, OH 44308

Map & Directions

(17 Miles Away - Go to: Akron, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(330) 535-1563

Website:
http://havenofrest.org/

Services:
Provides emergency shelter to men. On site meals, clothing, limited medical care, pastoral counseling (Christian oriented), educational classes, case management and advocacy are provided. Individuals may stay up to 5 days, longer arrangements can be made with the case manager or social worker. Also offers parenting classes, Bible Class, nutrition, health issues, GED acquisition, phonics, computer literacy, art therapy, group and recovery programs.

Hours:
24 hrs a day/ 7 days a week. Length of stay is generally five days, but longer arrangements may be made with approval of case manager or social worker.

Eligibility:
Homeless men age 18 and older. Will not accept sex-offenders.

Documents To Bring:
None


If human beings are perceived as potentials rather than problems, as possessing strengths instead of weaknesses, as unlimited rather that dull and unresponsive, then they thrive and grow to their capabilities.

-- Robert Conklin

Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry

Address:
4515 Superior Ave
Cleveland, OH 44103

Map & Directions

(41 Miles Away - Go to: Cleveland, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(216) 566-0047

Website:
http://www.lutheranmetro.org/

Services:
Provides shelter for homeless men. Services include intake and assessment, case management, morning and evening meals, showers, and a part-time on-site health clinic. Items such as clothing and bus tickets may be provided to clients on a limited basis. Offers beds to those needing emergency shelter, Level 1 alcohol/drug recovery beds (through Recovery Resources), beds for workers, and medical beds (for those who have a medical condition or problem). Clients with a history of drug/alcohol abuse are accepted, but the shelter is drug/alcohol free. In case of an overflow, the shelter staff will facilitate transportation to another shelter.

Hours:
Shelter is operational 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Dinner is served 7 days a week at 6:30pm. Curfew is 10:30pm nightly for the overflow program. Men in the overflow program must be out of the shelter by 8:00am. Adjustments to this schedule are made for those who work 2nd and 3rd shifts and dinner is served at 5:30pm. There is no policy regarding maximum length of stay or length of time between repeat admissions.

Eligibility:
Men 18 and older who are homeless. Persons who are on medication must be stable. Will not accept severely mentally ill persons. Certain disabilities can be accommodated. Related individuals are permitted.

Documents To Bring:
Photo I.D. preferred but not required.


Fairhill Partners

Address:
12200 Fairhill Rd # B414
Cleveland, OH 44120

Map & Directions

(41 Miles Away - Go to: Cleveland, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(216) 421-1350

Website:
https://fairhillpartners.org/

Services:
Provides temporary housing for homeless older or disabled persons. Those needing to leave their homes due to mortgage foreclosure, eviction, fire, structural damage, loss of utilities, or other unsafe housing conditions are also served. Housing will accommodate 8 residents. One meal a day is supplied. Residents are allowed to bring in their own food and cook for themselves. All residents work closely with the case manager in order to secure permanent housing. Some funds may be available for residents to help with relocation to permanent, appropriate housing. Help may include funds for security deposits, moving assistance, storage, and other help related to relocation.

Hours:
24 hrs a day, 7 days a week. Clients can stay from 1 to 90 days, depending on situation.

Eligibility:
Ages 60 and older or ages 55-59 if receiving disability. No residency restrictions. Must be homeless, which includes those needing to leave their homes due to mortgage foreclosure, eviction, fire, structural damage, loss of utilities, or other unsafe housing conditions. Mentally ill individuals are served if they have been diagnosed and are stable on medications. Must be able to manage activities of daily living, including taking prescribed medications. Will accept married or unmarried couples as well as single adults who meet other eligibility. Must be free of abusing substances for at least a year. Service is not open to those who are victims of domestic violence. Potential residents are screened for drugs and alcohol, and a criminal background check is done. Does not accept individuals who have been convicted of felonies.

Documents To Bring:
Photo ID is requested


University Settlement

Address:
4800 Broadway Ave
Cleveland, OH 44127

Map & Directions

(41 Miles Away - Go to: Cleveland, OH Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(216) 641-8948

Website:
http://universitysettlement.net

Services:
University Settlement exists to enhance the quality of life for all people in the neighborhoods it serves.

The programs and services provided by University Settlement include a hunger center that assists more than 6,000 people annually, a daycare for 20 preschoolers and 40 school-age children, a senior daycare that serves as many as 50 seniors a month, transitional housing for the homeless (33 families and 118 people were served in 2006), youth programs that focus on community service and prevention (currently 60 are enrolled) and a 25-terminal computer lab donated by the Magic Johnson Foundation (used by about 150 people per week). In addition, the Settlement offers a myriad of services to families with special needs, including a healthy fathering program (67 dads in 2006) that helps to increase family engagement, programs for foster parents, parents with mentally-challenged children and families with children who are at-risk of being removed from the home (1,578 people in 2006). The Settlement also hosts a Help Me Grow program that provides home visits to prenatal moms and dads-to be and their young children. In total, the agency served approximately 12,000 individuals last year.


Crisis Shelter Lawrence County

Address:
1218 W State St
New Castle, PA 16101

Map & Directions

(46 Miles Away - Go to: New Castle, PA Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(724) 652-9036

Website:
http://www.crisisshelter.org

Services:
24 hour hotline, temporary emergency shelter for individuals fleeing abuse, transitional housing apartments with residency for up to two years, Protection From Abuse (PFA) screenings and accompaniment, individual and group counseling and workshops for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, 24-hour medical and legal advocacy and accompaniment. System and individual advocacy, assistance to victims of juvenile offenders, assistance to victims of other serious crimes with emphasis on the elderly. Community education including a speakers bureau for groups, churches, civic organizations and others, prevention education in all nine county schools, training for professionals.

Hours:
Hotline answers 24 / 7 / 365


The hours that make us happy make us wise.

-- John Mansfield