PROGRAMS

Giltinan Center Men’s Emergency Shelter

 

The Giltinan Center was established in 1988 at its present location with a history of services beginning in 1981. This 60-bed facility for adult men 18 years of age and older provides assistance to participants in establishing personal goals, finding employment, saving money, and finding safe and stable permanent housing.

 

Twin Cities Permanent Supportive Housing Center

Twin Cities Center opened in Spring of 2003 and offers 16 beds to serve individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. Twin Cities Center serves men and women and provides permanent supportive housing to individuals who have experienced long periods of homelessness and/or multiple episodes of homelessness and have a persistent mental illness or mental illness coupled with substance misuse issues.

 

Liberty Center Coming Home to Stay Project

Twin Cities Center opened in Spring of 2003 and offers 16 beds to serve individuals experiencing chronic homelessness. Twin Cities Center serves men and women and provides permanent supportive housing to individuals who have experienced long periods of homelessness and/or multiple episodes of homelessness and have a persistent mental illness or mental illness coupled with substance misuse issues.

 

Leon Sullivan Veterans Transitional Living Facility & Roark-Sullivan Lifeway Center Veterans Service Center, Eric Voiers, Program Coordinator

In late 2005, Roark-Sullivan began offering transitional living and a service Center to support the needs of Veterans experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness. The transitional living facility offers 12 beds of transitional housing to male Veterans. Once a resident, each individual receives case management services designed to assist them on their journey to self-sufficiency. 

 

 

Outreach and Aftercare

Community Engagement and Victory In Steps Towards Achieving Independence programs offer outreach services to those unsheltered individuals currently residing in places not meant for human habitation and aftercare services to those individuals formerly experiencing homelessness but now housed in order to assist each individual to retain their housing.

WAYS YOU CAN SUPPORT US
 

In Person

Volunteers are the life-blood of our outreach. See our locations below.

 

Online

Donations of any amount are always welcome and appreciated.

Over the Phone

Have questions? Would like to know how you can help?

 

304-414-0109

By Email

Drop us an email for more information or to volunteer.