Homeless Services for Youth

Food, Shelter and Caring

The Salvation Army offers a variety of free temporary shelters and feeding 
services to homeless people of all ages.

Always a helping hand in times of need, The Salvation Army offers a variety of free temporary shelters and feeding services to homeless people of all ages. Men, women, children, and families take refuge in Salvation Army Shelters throughout America. Two of The Salvation Army's four shelters here in Monroe County provide for youth:

  • Genesis House, serving homeless youth, aged 16-20
  • Hope House serving homeless women and their young children, up to age 5.

These shelters offer spiritual and physical care, food, and shelter to people in need. They attend the total needs of the individual and are meant to be a kind resting place to help these individuals get back on their feet. Our continuing efforts help the homeless population return to a stable living environment; whether becoming employed and living on their own or returning to their families.

 

 

Throughout the year, The Salvation Army is there to provide a warm meal and some comfort to those less fortunate to help them get back on their feet.