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Renewal House

Address:
18 Aaron B Samuels Blvd
Danbury, CT 06810

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(1 Mile Away )

Telephone:
(203) 791-8050

Website:
http://www.renewal-house.org/

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
M-F: 9am-5pm

Eligibility:
Ages 58+; Homeless

Christian Community Outreach

Address:
22 Maple Ave
Danbury, CT 06810

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away )

Telephone:
(203) 794-9672

Website:
http://www.payton-place.org

Services:
Recovery Homes/Halfway Houses, Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
M-F: 10am-4pm

Eligibility:
Males ages 18+; Must be referred from drug treatment facility; Must have completed long-term substance abuse treatment

Amos House Inc

Address:
34 Rocky Glen Rd
Danbury, CT 06810

Map & Directions

(1 Mile Away )

Telephone:
(203) 791-9277

Website:
http://www.amoshouse.org

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
M-F: 9am-5pm

Eligibility:
Homeless women with children; Homeless single women; Employed or employable

Malta House, Inc.

Address:
5 Prowitt St
Norwalk, CT 06855

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away - Go to: Norwalk, CT Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(203) 857-0088

Website:
http://www.maltahouse.org

Services:
Maternity Homes, Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
Administrative hours: M-F: 8am-4pm

Eligibility:
Single; Pregnant; Age 18-35; Not abusing substances; No serious psychiatric diagnosis; Can accommodate a pregnant mother with another child up to two years old

Sometimes the answer to prayer is not that it changes life, but that it changes you.

-- James Dillet Freeman

Liberation Programs Inc

Address:
129 Glover Ave
Norwalk, CT 06850

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away - Go to: Norwalk, CT Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(203) 851-2077

Website:
http://www.liberationprograms.org

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
M-F: 9am-5pm and by appointment

Eligibility:
Resident of Greater Bridgeport; Homeless families with a parent recovering from addiction and coping with another disability, such as mental illness or AIDS

The Open Door Shelter

Address:
4 Merritt St
Norwalk, CT 06854

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away - Go to: Norwalk, CT Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(203) 866-1057

Website:
http://norwalkemergencyshelter.org

Services:
Norwalk Emergency Shelter, Inc.?s (NES) mission is to effectively address the complex needs of the homeless and working poor; to provide safe, sanitary shelter care, food, clothing, and furniture to needy men, women, and families; assist shelter residents in attaining housing, jobs, counseling and various treatment services; provide transitional, affordable, and permanent supportive housing; and to foster residents? growth toward independence and responsibility.

The operating expense budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2006 through June 30, 2007, is $2,127,900. Approximately 90% of funds are expended on programs and 10% on administration. The Connecticut Department of Social Services provides approximately one-fourth of the revenue, and is the largest single source of revenue. Contributions from individuals, churches and other organizations are the second largest source. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, City of Norwalk, the United Way and the Federal Government also contribute funds. The Shelter has an annual fund-raising dinner and a golf tournament, and receives funds by other groups on its behalf. A budget showing general categories of revenue and expense is available.

Our Lady's Inn

Address:
4223 S Compton Ave
Saint Louis, MO 63111

Map & Directions

(19 Miles Away - Go to: Saint Louis, MO Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(314) 351-4590

Website:
http://www.ourladysinn.org

Services:
      Their Lady’s Inn improves the lives of pregnant, homeless women and their children by providing residential shelter and hope for a new life through humble acts of love. Their Lady’s Inn is a maternity home and aftercare program for homeless, pregnant women and their children.            They are dedicated to providing safe shelter, food, clothing, education, counseling and vocational guidance to address the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of women who are pregnant and homeless. They are committed to providing a stabilized living situation based on spiritual values, giving help and hope for a better future: saving lives, building healthy and hopeful tomorrows, one mother, one baby, one family at a time.  

Emergency Residential Shelter for pregnant, homeless women and their children.

Alpha Community Services YMCA

Address:
387 Clinton Ave
Bridgeport, CT 06605

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away - Go to: Bridgeport, CT Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(203) 366-2809

Website:
http://www.cccymca.org

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
M-F: 9am-5pm

Eligibility:
Families graduating from the shelter program with long term educational or job training goals

Harvest of Deliverance kingdom church

Address:
1145
Bridgeport, CT 06607

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away - Go to: Bridgeport, CT Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(203) 332-6747

Website:
http://www.refocusoutreachministry.org

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
24 hr/7 days

Eligibility:
Women ages 18+; Women with one child ages 0 through 5; Must be substance free

Homes For the Brave (Applied Behavioral Rehabilitation Institute, Inc. (legal name))

Address:
655 Park Ave
Bridgeport, CT 06605

Map & Directions

(21 Miles Away - Go to: Bridgeport, CT Financial Assistance)

Telephone:
(203) 338-0669

Website:
http://www.homesforthebrave.org

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Veterans

Hours:
M,T,Th,F: 8:30am-4pm; W: 11am-6pm; After hours covered by on-site house manager

Eligibility:
Homeless individuals, veterans and non-veterans, living in area homeless shelters who have demonstrated motivation by remaining alcohol and drug free for at least 14 days and/or are working towards work restoration; Homeless veterans who are actively involved in treatment at VA Healthcare System Rehabilitation programs; Homeless non-veterans who are actively involved in a treatment program at a DMHAS funded facility.

Good work habits help develop an internal toughness and a self-confident attitude that will sustain you through every adversity and temporary discouragement.

-- Paul J. Fleyer

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