There are many homeless services in the Lewes, DE region, including shelters of all types, bathing facilities, and mail facilities. And, if you want to help, there are also volunteer opportunities available.
30 Day Emergency Shelter For Homeless Men, Women And Children. All Potential Residents Must Pass A Criminal Background Check Prior To Entrance To The Shelter. Individuals Should Call For Over The Phone Screening Only When They Are Homeless, Space Is On A First Come, First Serve Basis. No Slots Are Held For More Than A Few Hours.
Shelter Is Open 7 Days A Week For Residents (intake 9am-3pm Mon-fri)mon: 9:00am 3:00pmtue: 9:00am 3:00pmwed: 9:00am 3:00pmthu: 9:00am 3:00pmfri: 9:00am 3:00pm
Drug/alcohol-free Individuals 18+ Years With Or Without Dependent Children; No Sex Offenders Or Open Warrantseligibility: Adult: Yes; Teen: Yes; Child: Yes; Female: Yes; Male: Yes;
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Sussex Community Crisis Housing
204 E North St Georgetown, DE 19947 (302) 856-2246
Provides Crisis Shelter And Transitional Housing For The Homeless In Sussex County. Transitional Housing Program For Single Head Of Households With Dependent Children. (2 Year Program) And 30 Day Emergency Shelter For Homeless Men, Women And Children.
WINTER SHELTER: Operates a cold weather shelter for men, women and families living in Worcester County. The shelter will open if the temperature reaches 25 degrees fahrenheit or below (wind chill factors taken into consideration to reach this temperature). Doors will open from 5PM-7PM and dinner will be served at 6PM. Any admittance into the shelter after 7PM must be by Ocean City Police escort.
Homeless men, women and families living in Worcester County.
Must provide birth certificate or legal documentation of custody/guardianship of children entering the shelter.
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William F. Jones, Lcadc
11827 Ocean Gtwy Ocean City, MD 21842 (410) 213-0202
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT: Provides intensive alcohol and drug treatment services to homeless addicts. Substance abuse treatment and extensive case management care are offered to assist person in gaining long-term recovery. Referrals are provided as needed to local outpatient mental health agencies, local homeless shelters, and other community resources.
Homeless addicts 18 and older.
Not Yet Validated
12747 Old Bridge Rd Ocean City, MD 21842 (410) 213-0923
OVERVIEW: Provides an emergency shelter for homeless men, women, and families with children. Offers an emergency food pantry and a low cost thrift store to residents in need. Also provides limited financial assistance for homeless prevention and support services for veterans and their families. - - SERVICES: - 1) EMERGENCY SHELTER: Offers a 36 bed emergency shelter for men, women and families. The length of stay varies pending on adherence to shelter rules. - - 2) EMERGENCY FOOD PANTRY: Provides food once a month to Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset County residents (must be a resident for at least 30 days). Formula and baby items are sometimes available. Photo ID and proof of local residence is required, Call Sun-Sat 9AM-5PM. - - 3) THRIFT STORE: Offers clothes, shoes, household items, furniture and linens at a low cost to the public on Wed-Sat from 10AM-4PM. Located at Sunset Shopping Center on Stephen Decatur Highway. - - 4) EMERGENCY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: For individuals and families at risk of being homeless may apply for assistance with security deposit, first month's rent and eviction. Contact Andrea Petersen, Program Manager, for more information. - - 5) SUPPORT SERVICES FOR VETERANS AND FAMILIES (SSVF): Offers case management and other related services for veterans and their families. Provides limited financial assistance with security deposit, first month's rent and eviction. Also provides emergency housing placement if available, for more information, Contact Valencia Hawkins, Program Manager. - - 6) SUPPORT SERVICES: Assists individuals at-risk of becoming homeless remain in their home.Offers personal case management to residents of the shelter so they can connect with appropriate community resources based on their needs. Also provides parenting, job skill training and GED classes. - - 7) DONATIONS: Gift cards/certificates, food, toiletries and new clothing and toys are needed.