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1 American Red Cross 100 West 10th Street, Suite 501 Wilmington, DE (302) Andrew s Place 8th and Orange Streets (302) Bayard House 300 Bayard Avenue (302) Immediate emergency needs following natural or man-made disasters only Limited American Red Cross Elderly men over 55 years of age Flexible Friendship House and Sts. Andrew & Matthew Episcopal Church Pregnant teens and women ages in first trimester 3-9 Months Catholic Charities, Diocese of Wilmington Belle View House 516 N. Harrison Street (302) Women in recovery pay rent and share No Limit Bethany House 601 N. Jackson St. (302) Women with special needs No Limit Ministry of Caring, Inc. Booth Social Services/Emergency Housing Residence 104 West 5th Street (302) Brandywine House 615 N. Harrison Street (302) Browntown House 611 N. Jackson Street (302) Homeless single women and women with children Code Purple: homeless men, women and children 30 days The Salvation Army No Limit No Limit Chance Transitional Housing 402 Jefferson Street (302) Adults recently discharged from residential treatment program and enrolled in outpatient program 90 days Connections CSP, Inc CHANGE Transitional Housing 514 W. 6th Street (302) Single men coming out of prison who are in recovery pay rent and share. *Sex Offenders welcomed* 6 months to 1yr CHANGE Transitional Housing 80

2 Christ The Bridge, Inc North Clayton Street (302) Men and women over the age of 18 Christ The Bridge, Inc. Criswell House I 724 North Madison Street (302) Single, employed men recovering from alcohol and drug abuse 6 weeks Friendship House and Westminster Presbyterian Church Concord House 1909 Lancaster Avenue (302) Single, employed men recovering from alcohol and drug abuse 90 days Friendship House and Concord Presbyterian Church Delaware s Single Women s Residence 225 King Street (302) Homeless, employable, single women age 18 and over YWCA of New Castle County Domestic Violence Hotline (302) (Shelter locations are confidential.) 507 Philadelphia Pike Wilmington, DE (302) Main Office Women and their children who are victims of domestic violence/abuse 60 days Child, Inc. Emmaus House P. O. Box 9740 Newark, DE (302) Homeless families with children 30-day emergency month Transitional Homeward Bound, Inc Emmett House 1104 W. Newport Pike Wilmington, DE (302) Frank Burton House 1305 North Rodney Street Wilmington, DE (302) Single, employed men recovering from alcohol or drug abuse 90 days Friendship House & Westminster Presbyterian Church 81

3 Friendship House s Men s Center 226 N. Walnut Street (302) Homeless men Daytime men s center open 6:30am-3:00pm Monday-Friday Friendship House Friendship House s Women s Center 8th and Orange Streets (302) Homeless men Daytime men s center open 6:30am-3:00pm Monday-Friday Friendship House Gateway House 121 North Poplar Street (302) Homeless men Gateway House, Inc. Governor Terry Children s Center 507 Philadelphia Pike Wilmington, DE (302) Children and youth who are in the custody of the Div. of Family Services, ages 9-17 years. 30 Days Dept. of Services for Children, Youth and their Families Child Inc. Hedgeville House 325 S. Jackson St. (302) Home Life Management Center 709 North Madison Street (302) Homeless families YWCA of New Castle County Home Life Management Center II 709 North Madison Street (302) Homeless families No Limit YWCA of New Castle County Homeless Outreach Center 500 West 8th Street Wilmington, DE (866) Homeless Café Around-the-clock drop-in center for homeless persons (No beds) Connections Community Support Programs, Inc. House of Joseph I 1328 West 3rd Street (302) Homeless, employable men age 18 and over 30 days Ministry of Caring, Inc. 82

4 House of Joseph II 9 West 18th Street Wilmington, DE (302) Homeless adults with AIDS Unlimited Ministry of Caring, Inc. House of Joseph Transitional Residence 704 West Street (302) Homeless, employable men who complete the House of Joseph I program 2 years Ministry of Caring, Inc. Ida B. Wells House 16 N. Walnut Street Newport, DE (302) Women in recovery pay rent and share Jane Ashford House c/o Friendship House P. O. Box 1517 Wilmington, DE (302) Women referred from incarceration, drug/alcohol treatment program, or other shelter/transitional housing 3-6 months Friendship House Kennedy & Evans House 2800 North Tatnall Street, 5-E Wilmington, DE (302) Homeless Families 2-3 years Wilmington Housing Authority and YWCA of New Castle County Kirkwood Pine House 600 E. 9th Street (302) share Limen House 600 W. 10th Street (302) Recovering adult males and females. Primary diagnosis of addiction. Completion of inpatient treatment facility Unlimited Limen House Madison House 167 Madison Drive Newark, DE (302) Men in recovery pay rent and share Maria Lorenza Longo House 822 Jefferson Street (302) Women with special needs leaving a Ministry of Caring shelter and TR program Unlimited Ministry of Caring Inc. 83

5 Martha House I & II 602 Philadelphia Pike Wilmington, DE (302) Mothers with their children and their teenagers 6 months Short-Term Emergency Housing Ministry, Inc. Mary Mother of Hope House II 121 North Jackson Street (302) Homeless women with children age 12 and younger 30 days Ministry of Caring, Inc. Mary Mother of Hope House III 515 North Broom Street (302) Homeless women with children age 12 and younger 30 days Ministry of Caring, Inc. Mary Mother of Hope House Transitional Residence Jefferson Street (302) Single women who have lived at Mary Mother of Hope House I 2 years Ministry of Caring, Inc. Monroe House 607 N. Jackson Street (302) Men in recovery pay rent and share Nazareth House Transitional Residence I 898 Linden Street (302) Couples or families leaving Ministry of Caring emergency shelter(s) 2 years Ministry of Caring, Inc Nazareth House Transitional Residence II 106 North Broom Street (302) Couples or families leaving Ministry of Caring emergency shelter(s) 2 years Ministry of Caring, Inc 84

6 New Castle House 13 Glen Avenue New Castle, DE (302) Men in recovery pay rent and share Palmer House c/o Friendship House P. O. Box 1517 Wilmington, DE (302) Second stage of transitional housing for women who have completed the Jane Ashford House Program 6-9 months Friendship House Raymond House 414 West 23rd Street Wilmington, DE (302) or (302) Men in recovery pay rent and share Runaway Shelter Hotline: (302) Philadelphia Pike Wilmington, DE (302) Main Office (302) Domestic Violence Hotline Intermediate care for runaway children 15 days Child, Inc Safe Haven 500 West 10th Street (302) Mentally ill adults who have suffered from substance abuse 2 years Connections CSP, Inc. Salvation Army 102 West 5th Street Wilmington, DE (302) Code Purple shelter (after 9 p.m.) Single men and women on nights when the temperature reaches ten degrees or below Sojourners Place 2901 Northeast Blvd. Wilmington, DE (302) Homeless, single adults Sojourners Place, Inc.. St. Francis Transitional Residence North Jackson Street (302) Mothers and children leaving Hope House II and III emergency shelters 2 years Ministry of Caring, Inc. 85

7 Sunday Breakfast Mission 110 North Poplar Street (302) Homeless men age 18 and over. Long-term program for men aimed at major life issues Flexible Sunday Breakfast Mission, Inc. William Reed CCSP House 808 N. Van Buren Street Wilmington, DE (302) Men in recovery pay rent and share Wilmington House 1023 Linden Street (302) YMCA/Central YMCA 11th and Washington Streets (302) Adult males YMCA 86

8 KENT COUNTY EMERGENCY SHELTERS AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Abriendo Puertas Inc Airport Road (302) hour Hot Line: (302) American Red Cross 1973 Bay Road (302) Non-English speaking Latino women who are victims of domestic violence and their children Immediate emergency needs following natural or man-made disaster only 60 days People s Place, Inc. Flexible American Red Cross Commerce Street Transitional Housing W. Commerce Street Smyrna, DE (302) Domestic Violence Hotline Administrative Offices: 1129 Airport Road (302) Dover House 350 Martin Street Dover, DE (302) Dover Interfaith Mission 684 Forest Street Dover, DE (302) Eight-O-One Shelter 801 West Division St. (302) God s Way Transition House 9 Causey Avenue (302) Homeless families 2 years Temporary Contact: Milford Housing Development Corp. Female victims of domestic violence and their children Flexible People s Place, Inc. Traditional Housing for men. 90 days -3 years Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing Adolescents ages in a crisis situation. Non-system referrals: cannot be open in DFS, YRS or Child Mental Health Single males who have completed a Christian Rehabilitation Program 15 days Aid in Dover, Inc. 6 months God s Way to Recovery, Inc. Home of the Brave Foundation, Inc Sharps Road (302) House of PRIDE Inc. 105 S. New Street (302) Homeless veterans Adult males enrolled in drug or alcohol addiction program and low-income, at-risk youth 1 month emergency stay or 6 months transitional The Home of the Brave Foundation, Inc months House of PRIDE 87

9 KENT COUNTY EMERGENCY SHELTERS AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Milford Transitional Housing 108 North Street (302) Milford Transitional Housing N. W. Second Street (302) Homeless families 2 years Milford Housing Development Corporation Homeless families 2 years Milford Housing Development Corporation Paynter House 888 Lincoln Street (302) share Pleasanton Corner House 5280 Wheatleys Pond Road Smyrna, DE (302) share Ruth N. Dorsey Relief Shelter 381 College Road (302) Homeless men, women, and families 30 days People s Place, Inc. Serenity Place 327 Martin Street Dover, DE (302) Adult males who have successfully completed a long-term residential treatment program for substance abuse 3-6 months Serenity Place, Inc. The Shepherd Place 1362 S. Governors Ave (302) Homeless families and single women 30 days The Shepherd Place, Inc. Transitional Living Program 731 and 801 W. Division St. (302) Vera's Haven Transitional Housing 381 State College Road (302) Youth and young adults, ages years. Dependent children of residents and pregnant teens also eligible. Homeless persons and their children. Must attend school and must be employed months Aid in Dover, Inc. 2 years East Coast Property Management 88

10 SUSSEX COUNTY EMERGENCY SHELTERS AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Abriendo Puertas Inc Airport Road (302) Hour Hot Line: (302) Non-English Speaking Latino women who are victims of abuse and their children 60 days People s Place, Inc. American Red Cross 1973 Bay Road (302) Immediate emergency needs following natural or man-made disasters only Flexible American Red Cross Casa San Francisco 127 Broad Street P. O. Box 38 Milton, DE (302) Homeless single adults. Residents are accepted from any area. 30 days Catholic Charities, Inc. Coolspring House Beaver Dam Road Lewes, DE (302) share Corinthian House 219 S. Race Street Georgetown, DE (302) (302) Adult males recovering from substance abuse 6 months to 1 year Delaware Department of Social Services Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health Crisis House 110 North Railroad Avenue Georgetown, DE (302) Homeless men, women, and children 30 days Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services, Inc. Daughters of Zion Outreach Center (302) Women, ages 18+ years, pregnant or with children Up to 1 year Daughters of Zion Ministry Domestic Violence Hotline Administrative Offices: 1129 Airport Road (302) Female victims of domestic violence and their children Flexible People s Place, Inc. 89

11 SUSSEX COUNTY EMERGENCY SHELTERS AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Georgetown House 105 S. Race Street Georgetown, DE (302) share The Home of the Brave Foundation, Inc Sharps Road (302) Homeless veterans 1 month emergency stay and 6 month transitional stay Home of the Brave Foundation Lewes House 8 Tulane Drive Rehoboth Beach, DE (302) share Mission of Hope 611 3rd & North Streets P. O. Box 1271 Seaford, DE (302) Homeless adult males 21-week, faith-based intervention/counseling program 1 year Communities, churches, individuals, business partners Northport 204 East North Street Georgetown, DE (302) Homeless mothers or fathers with children 1 year Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services, Inc. Old Orchard House 3 Bradford Lane Lewes, DE (302) share Peace in Millsboro Gravel Hill Road Millsboro, DE (302) (302) Psychotherapeutic Services Transitional Housing 18 W. North Street Georgetown, DE (302) Dually diagnosed drug and alcohol 1 Year Delaware Department of Health and Social Services Quakertown Lewes House 224 Woodland Avenue Lewes, DE (302)

12 SUSSEX COUNTY EMERGENCY SHELTERS AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Quiet Acres House Windy Acres Lane Millsboro, DE (302) share Rehoboth Bridge House 14 Jefferson Street Rehoboth Beach, DE (302) Seaford Rotary House 340 Market Street Seaford, DE (302) Transitional homelessness, employed full time with family 90 days Nanticoke Rotary Club Tau House 11 West Pine Street Georgetown, DE (302) Adult women suffering from substance abuse 3-6 months Delaware Department of Health and Social Services 91

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