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1 Statewide Homeless Resource Directory January version 1.0

2 Table of Contents Adams County 1 Alcorn County 1 Bolivar County 1 Carroll County 1 Chickasaw County 1 Claiborne County 2 Clay County 2 Coahoma County 3 DeSoto County 3 Forrest County 3 George County 6 Hancock County 6 Harrison County 6 Hinds County 7 Holmes County 12 Itawamba County 12 Jackson County 12 Jefferson County 13 Jefferson Davis County 13 Jones County 13 Lafayette County 13 Lamar County 14 Lauderdale County 14 Lowndes County 17 Madison County 19 Marion County 19 Marshall County 19 Monroe County 19 Newton County 19 Oktibbeha County 20 Pearl River County 21 Pike County 21 Pontotoc County 21 Quitman County 22 Rankin County 22 Simpson County 22 Sunflower County 22 Tishomingo County 22 Union County 23 Warren County 23 Washington County 24 Winston County 24 Statewide Resources 24 *Note: The table of contents is hyperlinked for easy resource access. To update or add your organization s information, contact MUTEH s Regional Coordinator, Reginald Glenn at (601) or by Lee County 15 1

3 Adams County Adams Jefferson Franklin Claiborne Community Action Agency (AJFC) 1038-A North Union Street Natchez, MS (601) To Reduce the Causes and Conditions of Poverty for Individuals and Families in the Land of Plenty Catholic Charities Guardian Shelter/ Oak Towers 109 South Union Street Natchez, MS (601) Transitional living for survivors of domestic violence and their children; case management, childcare, and supportive and group counseling. Family First Resource Center 320 State Street Natchez, MS (601) The Families First program strengthens families of all backgrounds and life circumstances by providing abstinenceuntil-marriage/youth development and parenting education through seminars, workshops, classes and presentations. Mississippi Department of Employment Security Natchez WIN Job Center 107 Col. John Pitchford Pkwy. Natchez, MS (601) Job Placement Assistance; Job and Skill Training, Guidance and Support; Priority Services for Veterans; Career Counseling; Job Corps Information; Trade Adjustment Assistance Benefits Information; Referral to Supportive Services; Referral to Vocational Rehabilitation Services; and Information about HUD Rental and Homeownership Programs Natchez-Adams County Schools Homeless Program 10 Homochitto Street Natchez, MS (601) Services provided to homeless children in the Natchez-Adams County School District. Southwest Mississippi Mental Health Complex 200 S. Wall Street Natchez, MS (601) Mental health services for Adams, Amite, Claiborne, Franklin, Lawrence, Jefferson, Pike, Walthall, and Wilkinson Counties. United Way of Greater Miss-Lou Post Office Box 1466 Natchez, MS (601) We bring together people from all across the community - people from government, business, faith groups, nonprofits and ordinary citizens - to tackle the issues that matter most. If it requires fundraising, going to Congress, or just getting people to work together, that's what we do. Alcorn County Crosswind Ministries F.A.I.T.H. 703 Tate Street Corinth, MS (662) Crosswind facilitates a network of individuals, social agencies, businesses and churches to make a difference in our community. Bolivar County Bolivar County Community Action Agency Community Action New Start/ Transitional Shelter 810 E. Sunflower Road Cleveland, MS (601) Emergency shelter for families and non-treatment transitional housing programs. Carroll County Community Impact Inc. 202 Magnolia Street Vaiden, MS (513) Preventive and Primary Care Services/Screenings/Supportive Services/Prevention Education/ Advocacy Chickasaw County Habitat for Humanity of Houston 111 E. Washington St. Houston, MS (662) Partners with families living in substandard housing to build modest, affordable homes or repair existing ones. Families 2

4 must meet guidelines of residency, income and willingness to partner. Mission Okolona P.O. Box 537 Okolona, MS (662) Providing for the hungry, Mission Okolona distributes food that meets the USDA guidelines to those in need. The Salvation Army Of Houston 114 W. Washington St. Houston, MS (662) Supplies basic human necessities such as emergency food, shelter, utilities & medicine & provides counseling for all person in need in the area. Claiborne County Team Inc. Port Gibson Emergency Shelter 1511 Bridewell Lane Port Gibson, MS (601) Provides emergency shelter and food pantry services. Clay County 4- County Electric Power Association Warm Neighbor Program 900 Industrial Access Rd West Point, MS (662) (662) The electric power association gives a one time per year emergency energy assistance for members. Adventist Community Center Adventist Community Center 2920 HWY 50 E West Point, MS (662) Provides basic necessities for individuals in need. Clay County Food Pantry/ Project Homestead 131 W. Jordan Ave. West Point, MS (662) (662) Food for low income families or individuals in an emergency situation. Project Homestead meets to assess the needs of the community with regards to families & children to strengthen them by forming networks & partnerships. Clay County Health Department 131 S. Division West Point, MS (662) WIC, shots($10), family planning, STD testing, PHRM, & early intervention services. Habitat for Humanity of Clay County 604 Main St. West Point, MS (662) Seeks to solve the problem of inadequate shelter by forming partnerships between people in need & those with the willingness & resources to help. The goal is to eliminate substandard housing from the West Point area. Lions Club of Clay County P.O. Box 731 West Point, MS (662) Assist in buying eyewear & hearing aids for low-income individuals. North Mississippi Rural Legal Services 313 Hwy 45 Alt. West Point, MS (662) Legal assistance for low-income families. Prairie Opportunity 122 N. Jackson St. West Point, MS (662) Offers energy assistance, job referrals, educational assistance & other services as assessed during intake and assessment. Red Cross of Clay County 216 Court St. West Point, MS (662) hours on call service for disaster relief nationwide or single family fires; will supply clothing, food & temporary shelter, (assistance with rent, & prescriptions-clay County only) when funds are available. Health safety class, HIV awareness, assistance to veterans, military, & community services. Sally Kate Winters Family Services Children s Shelter 317 N. Division St. West Point, MS (662) (662)

5 Emergency shelter(up to 45 days) for abused, abandoned, & neglected children. Runaway/Homeless Youth program for teens 12-17, shelter up to 21 days. Preschool Day Treatment programs, children 3-5 yrs., who meet the eligibility requirements for therapeutic services. Sally Kate Winters Family First Resource Center 317 N. Division St. West Point, MS (662) Programs include: resource library, parenting classes, anger management, abstinence education, healthy relationship workshops, & father involvement activities, as well as referrals to other community services, & on-going child abuse awareness. United Way of Clay County 540 E. Westbrook West Point, MS (662) Fund raiser for human service agencies in the community. Veterans Service Office of Clay County 640 Broad St. West Point, MS (662) Assist in filing out paperwork for disability due to service related injuries. Also, assist individuals with veterans benefits that are going into the nursing home. Coahoma County Clarksdale Care Station Post Office Box 1041 Clarksdale, MS (662) Jonestown Family Center for Education & Wellness 401 Main Street Jonestown, MS (662) DeSoto County ConnectHope Desoto County, MS A facilitating ministry aimed at helping churches reach the needs of the people of DeSoto County and the Memphis metro area by providing them with specific requests from families and individuals in need. House of Grace 2136 Stateline Rd. W. Southaven, MS (662) (662) A Ministry Serving Abused Women & Their Children Impact Missions, Inc Swinnea Road Building 6A Southaven, MS (662) Impact Missions consists of a counseling center, a thrift store, a group home for at-risk teenage girls, and a crisis care (emergency) shelter for boys and girls. LoveWorks2540 Southaven, MS (901) (601) Transitional home provision, educational services, job skills development, and community outreach. Visit for more details. Safehaven of North Mississippi Post Office Box 306 Hernando, MS (901) Safehaven of North Mississippi is a Christian ministry dedicated to the training of former prison inmates to becoming productive civilians in society. Forrest County AIDS Services Coalition Haven House Post Office Box 169 Hattiesburg, MS (601) Provides resources and support services for homeless people living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Services Coalition Green Meadows/227 Place 209 S. 29th Avenue Suite 130 (601) Transitional housing for single women or single women with children. Alcoholics Anonymous (601)

6 Bethesda Project 2201 Hardy Street (888) Housing counseling, foreclosure prevention. Catholic Social Services 2410 O'Ferrell Street (601) Food: Monday-Friday - 9am-4:30pm Christian Services, Inc. Operation Compassion (Mobile Feeding Unit) 301 E. 2nd Street (601) Food: Monday-Friday Van Stops: 11:40 AM McSwain Street; 12:05 PM - Tatum Road/Palmer's Crossing; 12:35 PM - Country Club Road Christian Services, Inc. 301 E. 2nd Street (601) Food (M-F) 12 and 12:30 Housing (by call only), Clothing (Bargains & Blessings) Domestic Violence Counseling Hattiesburg, MS (601) Hotline Edwards Street Fellowship Center 1919 Edwards Street Hattiesburg, MS (601) The mission of Edwards Street Fellowship Center (ESFC) is to provide services to struggling families who are confronted by life circumstances beyond their capacity to overcome without a helping hand. Food Pantry, Thrift Store, and other programs are available. Eve's House, Inc. PO Box 721 Hattiesburg, MS (601) Eve's House, Inc. operates a faith-based residential program for women with low or no income. The Eve's House Residential Recovery Program is designed for women who are seeking healing from substance abuse disorders and other patterns of victimization. Forrest County Health Department 5008 Highway 42 (601) Medical Forrest General Hospital 6051 US Highway 49 (601) Medical Hattiesburg Mass Transit System 1001 S. Tipton Street (601) Transportation Services for Hattiesburg, MS. Hope House 1105 West Pine Street (601) Provides emotional, physical, spiritual support all. Interfaith Assistance (601) Food, Utility assistance, etc. (call only) Living Independence for Everyone (L.I.F.E.) of Mississippi 710 Katie Avenue (601) Assistance for persons with disabilities Mississippi Children's Home South Mississippi Children's Center Post Office Box 646 Hattiesburg, MS (601) An emergency shelter and diagnostic and evaluation placement resource for abused, neglected, runaway, and homeless youth. The center is a 12-bed, co-educational emergency and/or temporary placement for children ages 10 to 18 years of age. Mississippi Department of Employment Security Hattiesburg WIN Job Center 5296 US Highway 49 (601)

7 Employment Assistance Oak Arbor Veteran's Services 4507 US Highway 49 South (601) Transitional housing and other services for veterans. Oak Arbor 4507 US Highway 49 South (601) A place for transition between primary addiction treatment and day-to-day life after treatment. Pearl River Community College Dental Hygiene Clinic 5448 US Highway 49 (601) Dental Pearl River Valley Opportunity Danny Hinton Community Center 714 Williams Street (601) Provide eligible persons 60 years of age or older with five (5) nutritious meals per week at the lowest reasonable cost at centers where they can also obtain social, rehabilitative, and supportive services. This Program also helps reduce the isolation of old age and promote independence. Pearl River Valley Opportunity 714 Williams Street (601) Utility Assistance or help with 1st month's rent (as funds are available) Petal Children s Task Force 314 South George Street Petal, MS (601) Food services for residents of Petal, MS only. Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources 103 S. 19th Ave. (601) Save Our Seed (SOS) The Fieldhouse 5712 U.S. Highway 49 (601) The mission of the Field House is to provide men, women and children a place to begin working toward finding employment and housing. Shaffer Center for Crisis Intervention Hattiesburg, MS (601) Hotline Southeast MS Rural Health Initiative Post Office 1729 (601) Provides medical, dental and social service care. St. Vincent de Paul Society 209 Buschman Street (601) Food, clothing, utilities assistance, basic needs. The Salvation Army Hattiesburg Center of Hope 5670 US Highway 49 (601) Thrift store. Emergency shelter for individuals and families. Trinity Episcopal Church Breadbasket 509 West Pine Street (601) Breadbasket has provided food to those in need in our community for over 20 years. This ecumenical effort includes the stocking of a food larder, grocery shopping, and delivery of food to those in need. Hours: M-F 8:30-10:30 AM University of Southern Mississippi Institute for Disability Studies 118 College Drive Bond Hall #5163 (601) Help for people with developmental issues and disabilities. Information on mental health care providers in the Pine Belt region, including Hattiesburg, Petal, Columbia, and Collins. 6

8 Wesley Medical Center US Highway 98 W (601) Medical George County Immaculate Heart Community Development Corporation 228 Gyther Fairley Road Lucedale, MS (601) Housing assistance, rebuilding homes, disaster recovery, job training, youth activities, and leadership workshops. Hancock County Bayou Talla Fellowship US Highway 43 Kiln, MS (228) Visit to ask for assistance. Casa Mississippi Seaway Road Gulfport, MS (877) Advocates for abused and neglected children through the development and support of court-sanctioned, communitybased programs, which provide trained and supervised volunteers. Hancock Resource Center 454 US Highway 90 Suite B Waveland, MS (228) Home ownership counseling, rental counseling, homelessness prevention, foreclosure counseling, and debt management planning. Hope's Haven Post Office 3777 Bay St. Louis, MS (228) Shelter for abused and neglected children on the Mississippi Gulf coast. Harrison County Amedisys Home Health Care 925 Tommy Munro Drive Biloxi, MS (228) At-home healthcare provider. American Red Cross South Mississippi Chapter Post Office Box 4514 Biloxi, MS (228) Provides services that help people within the community be safer, healthier, and more self-reliant. Back Bay Mission 1012 Division Street Biloxi, MS (228) Serves the Mississippi Gulf Coast and the wider church community. Biloxi Veteran's Center 288 Veterans Ave. Biloxi, MS (228) Connects veterans to health care and benefits available to them. Catholic Social and Community Services 1709 Popps Ferry Road Biloxi, MS (228) Case management, licensed adoption agency, food bank, HIV/AIDS ministry, disaster relief, senior housing. Center for Environment and Economic Justice 335 Rodenberg Ave. Biloxi, MS (228) Organizing to affect public policy on socio-economic development issues and environmental justice concerns that are germane to people of color and other ethnicities impacted by injustices. Coastal Family Health Center Post Office Box 475 Biloxi, MS (228) Wide range of medical, dental, and social services. Gulf Coast Community Ministries th Street Gulfport, MS (228) Food pantry, free health clinic, clothes, and literacy programs. 7

9 Gulf Coast Hospice 4107 Popps Ferry Road D'Iberville, MS (228) Provides hospice care in southern Mississippi. Gulf Coast Women's Center For Non- Violence Post Office Box 333 Biloxi, MS (228) Services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Hope Community Development Agency 425 Division Street Biloxi, MS (228) Full service resource center for residents affected by hurricanes. Living Independence For Everyone Of Mississippi 2030 Pass Road Suite C Biloxi, MS (228) Information and referral, peer support, advocacy and selfadvocacy support, and skills training. Loaves and Fishes 260 Main Street Suites E & G Biloxi, MS (228) Provide free meals to elders and those in need. National Alliance on Mental Illness Gulf Coast Affiliate Alden Cove Gulfport, MS (228) Focused on educating America about mental illness, and offering resources to those in need. Ocean Springs-Long Beach Interfaith Hospitality Network Post Office Box 8562 Biloxi, MS (228) Mobilize, educate, and empower homeless families with children to achieve permanent housing. Open Doors Homeless Coalition Seaway Road Suite B220 Gulfport, MS (228) Building collaborations between homeless service providers, advocates, municipality representatives, businesses, faithbased organizations, and people who are homeless or formerly homeless. Senior's Harbor 150 Reynoir Street Biloxi, MS (228) Provides care to adults with behavioral and emotionalproblems. South Mississippi AIDS Task Force Post Office Box 8809 Biloxi, MS (228) Case management, free HIV testing, transitional housing, food pantry, financial assistance, community education, HIV/STD 24-hour hotline, and support groups. Visions of Hope 618 Division Street Biloxi, MS (228) Provide safe, permanently affordable housing and security from displacement for low-moderate income residents. Hinds County ACT Center: A Comprehensive Tobacco Program 350 Woodrow Wilson Avenue Suite 310 Jackson, MS (601) Intervention program including counseling methods and medications with follow-up services. American Civil Liberties Union Of Mississippi PO Box 2242 Jackson, MS (601) Assistance with issues such as freedom of speech, prison and jail accountability, discrimination due to mental disability, mental health commitment practices, adequacy of mental health services, and more. 8

10 Billy Brumfield House 1244 South Gallatin Street (601) Emergency shelter for males 18 and over. provides alcohol and drug rehabilitation, and transitional housing for men who are handicapped. Born Free Primary Treatment 799 North Flag Chapel Road Jackson, MS (601) Primary treatment program for women who are pregnant and parenting and are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Career Development Center 2703 First Avenue Jackson, MS (601) Job Training CARES of Mississippi 430 Bounds Street Suite D-1 Jackson, MS (601) Job Training Catholic Charities Legal Assistance Clinic For Victims 407 Briarwood Drive Suite 205A Jackson, MS (601) Legal assistance to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence. Catholic Charities Second Stage Transitional Housing Program (601) Transitional living for women and children fleeing domestic violence or homeless situations, case management, childcare, and supportive and group counseling. Catholic Charities Shelter for Battered Families 200 N. Congress Street Suite 100 Jackson, MS (601) (800) Shelter for women (18 & older) and children who are victims of domestic violence. includes shelter, supportive counseling, nutrition and wellness, case management, legal assistance, court advocacy, day care, and follow-up services. Christian Brotherhood Homes 3930 Skyview Drive Jackson, MS (601) Housing for individuals and families with low-income. Country Oaks Recovery Center 1005 Country Club Drive Jackson, MS (601) Substance abuse treatment for men. Crossroads Clinic Jackson Medical Mall 350 Woodrow Wilson Avenue 3rd Floor, Suite 3516 Jackson, MS (601) STD screening, HIV/AIDS Testing. Flowers House 355 Livingston Street Jackson, MS (601) Emergency shelter for women and children. provide supportive services such as case management, referrals, and counseling. Friendship Connection Center For Independent Learning, Inc Raymond Road Jackson, MS (601) Secondary treatment for female/pregnant ex-offenders. parenting, GED, art class, individual and family group counseling, life skills, coping skills, and aftercare services. Gateway Rescue Mission Ruth's Refuge 1204 First Avenue (601) Shelter and transitional housing for women who are single, homeless and over the age of 21. Provides life skills classes, bible study and discipleship, transportation, and referral services. church attendance is mandatory. Gateway Rescue Mission 328 South Gallatin Street (601) (601) Christian-based emergency shelter for adult males. Provides drug and alcohol programs and mental health counseling. 9

11 Good Samaritan Center 114 Millsaps Avenue Jackson, MS (601) Clothing, food, rental assistance, and more. Grace House 236 Millsaps Avenue Jackson, MS (601) Transitional housing, food pantry, case management, job readiness, educational programs, help with access to identification and permanent housing placement. specific medical criteria and referral needed. Grace Place 305 North Congress Street Jackson, MS (601) Daytime shelter. coffee, breakfast, a place to rest, lunch bags on Mondays and Thursdays, clothing closet, hygiene items, and bus passes. Hinds Behavioral health Services 3450 Highway 80 West Jackson, MS (601) Mental health services for Hinds County residents. Hinds County Health Department Jackson Medical Mall 350 Woodrow Wilson Avenue Jackson, MS (601) WIC, shots, family planning, maternity. I.S.I.A.H. House 855 South Plaza Jackson, MS (601) For male homeless veterans 18 years and over. Alcohol and drug treatment, life management skills, GED, mental health referrals, employment, and referrals. Inroads, Inc. Mississippi 210 East Capitol Street Jackson, MS (601) Paid Internship Program Jackson Free Clinic for the Homeless 925 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (601) Healthcare services for those who have no insurance and cannot otherwise afford medical care. Jackson Public Schools Homeless Program 101 Near Street (601) Assists families and children who are homeless with school supplies, tutorial services to children, securing birth certificates, and referral services. Jackson-Hinds Comprehensive Health Center James Ivory Homeless Clinic 327 South Gallatin Street (601) Basic healthcare for people who are homeless Jackson-Hinds Library System 300 North State Street Jackson, MS (601) Free membership to those living in Hinds County. Free access to books, computers, and internet. James House 825 South Plaza Jackson, MS (601) Transitional residential facility for graduates of I.S.I.A.H. project. Jonah House 845 South Plaza Jackson, MS (601) Intensive in-patient transitional facility for males 18 years and over. Joyce's Hope Home for Girls 4057 S. Siwell Road Jackson, MS (601) Lighthouse Ministries 1075 Maderia Avenue (601) Recovery/relief center for males 18 and older; food, housing, job assistance, and spiritual counseling. 10

12 Matt's House 343 Adelle Street Jackson, MS (601) Emergency shelter for homeless women. Provides case management, counseling, and assistance with finding housing and employment. Medicaid Mississippi Division 239 North Lamar Street Jackson, MS (601) (601) Medical services for people low-income. Mission First Legal Clinic 275 Roseneath Street (601) Provides legal service and spiritual counsel to under-served residents of Jackson. Mission First 275 Roseneath Street (601) Medical and dental wellness program, children and youth ministries. Mississippi Bar Association MS Volunteer Lawyers Project 643 North State Street Jackson, MS (601) (800) Legal representation for low income families with civil cases only. Mississippi Department of Employment Security Jackson WIN Job Center 5959 I-55 N. Frontage Road Suite C Jackson, MS (601) Job search and placement assistance with internet access, resume preparation software, fax, copier, phones, information on unemployment benefits, assistance for laid-off workers, trade assistance benefits, child care, transportation, referral to job training, services for veterans. Mississippi Department of Human Services 4777 Medgar Evers Blvd. Jackson, MS Food stamps: Medical assistance: TANF Case Management: Child Care: Child Support: Social Services: Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting: Mississippi Department of Mental Health 239 Lamar Street Jackson, MS (601) Alcohol and drug abuse, children and youth, community services. Mississippi State Department of Health Vital Records 571 Stadium Drive Jackson, MS (601) Certified copies of birth certificates. Mississippi United To End Homelessness MS Balance of State 201 West Capitol Street Suite 800 Jackson, MS (601) Mississippi United to End Homelessness is made up of service organizations that provide direct, indirect or supportive services to homeless individuals and those at risk of becoming homeless, persons who advocate on behalf of the homeless and other individuals, groups, and organizations concerned with the welfare and needs of the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless. My Father's House of Freedom 826 N. West Street Jackson, MS (601) Transitional recovery program for males 18 years and older who have completed primary treatment. New Beginnings Transitional Treatment 2307 McFaddin Road Jackson, MS (601) Transitional treatment program for women who are pregnant and parentingand addicted to drugs and alcohol. New Creations 2395 Livingston Road Jackson, MS (601) Lunch served Monday-Friday at noon. Food boxes and clothing given out as well. Open to anyone. 11

13 New Dimensions Development Foundation Lizzie's House 111 West Monument Street Jackson, MS (601) Provides transitional living for women 19 & older, clothing, food, and job assistance. Operates West Jackson Apparel. New Life for Women 814 North Congress Street Jackson, MS (601) Primary, secondary, transitional, and aftercare services for chemically dependent/dually diagnosed females 18 and older. New Jerusalem Church God's Homeless Haven 285 Raymond Road Jackson, MS (601) Transitional housing for women and children. Operation Shoestring 1711 Bailey Avenue (601) After-school services, summer camp, drop-out prevention, food pantry, parenting classes, ACT prep classes, and crisis referrals. Partners of End Homelessness 5352 Executive Place Suite 7 Jackson, MS (601) Social Security Administration 100 West Capitol Street Jackson, MS (601) (800) Process social security cards and claims for SSI, SSD, SSDI, retirement, and survivors benefits. Southern Christian Services for Children and Youth P.A.L.S Transitional Living Facility 5260 Manhattan Road Jackson, MS (601) For adolescents ages who are homeless. Independent living skills, money management, education, employment, and counseling. St. Andrews Episcopal Cathedral 305 East Capitol Street Jackson, MS (601) Breakfast, family crisis program, bus passes. Stewpot Community Services Opportunity Center 845 E. Amite Street (601) Daytime shelter, shower, phone, mail, laundry, computer, service providers, and lockers. Stewpot Community Services Sims House 1010 West Capitol Street (601) Transitional shelter for homeless females 20 years & older and their children (no male children age 14 or over). Must be referred from another agency. case management, counseling, money management, parenting, and life skills. Stewpot Community Services St. Dominic Health Clinic 1100 West Capitol Street (601) Healthcare to homeless and low-income people inside Stewpot Community Services. Stewpot Community Services 1100 West Capitol Street (601) Lunch, food pantry, clothing closet. Stubbs Homeless Program 350 Capers Avenue (601) Mental health services for adults (18 & older). Case management, psychiatric and medication monitoring, psychological services, educational services (GED), money management, dual diagnosis counseling, and art classes. The Crisis Line Crisis Line: (601) Linea De Crisis: (601) hour telephone counseling, emergency intervention, information, and referral. 12

14 The Salvation Army - Jackson Center of Hope 110 Presto Lane Jackson, MS (601) Transitional and other programs for homeless men and women 19 years and older. United Way Of The Capital Area 843 N. President Street Jackson, MS (601) (601) Dial 211: Referral to community services and agencies. University of Mississippi Medical Center Coordinated Care Jackson, MS (601) (601) Fills prescriptions from UMMC, apply online for meds at Victory Community Resources, Inc. 100 West Northside Drive Clinton, MS (601) Primary/secondary alcohol & drug treatment for males 18 & older. Intensive outpatient/inpatient program. DUI assessment to assist in license renewal. Transportation. Vocational Rehabilitation Services 3895 Beasley Road Jackson, MS (601) Assists persons with physical or mental disabilities to maintain/obtain employment. YMCA 826 North Street Jackson, MS (601) Family resource center, adolescent offenders program, responsible fatherhood program, parenting skills courses, relationship counseling. Holmes County Community Culture and Resource Center Incorporated 302 Henry Street Lexington, MS (662) Itawamba County Food Pantry West 235 Highway 371 N. Mantachie, MS (662) Secures and distributes donated and purchased food to residents who qualify under the USDA guidelines & residency guidelines, focusing on the elderly & families with children. Habitat for Humanity of Itawamba 121 Gaither St. Fulton, MS (662) A Christian housing ministry providing inexpensive housing for people in need. Habitat raises money, recruits volunteers, constructs & sells sturdy homes with no interest added, to eligible, families with low income. The Salvation Army of Fulton P.O. Box 1561 Fulton, MS (662) Provides minimum necessities of life on a crisis intervention basis. Jackson County Community Care Network 401 Holcomb Blvd. Ocean Springs, MS (228) Provide administrative and management solutions to health and human service organizations. Faith Human Development Center Seaman Road Vancleave, MS (228) Housing and treatment for men who are homeless, veterans, addicts, or recently released from jail. Family Promise of Jackson County 3801 Coventry Drive Moss Point, MS (228) Helps homeless children and their families. Singing River Services 3407 Shamrock Court Gautier, MS (228)

15 Provides community based mental health, mental retardation, and substance abuse services to all residents of Jackson and George counties with special regard for those most in need. Jefferson County Jefferson Comprehensive Health Center, Inc. 225 Community Drive Fayette, MS (601) Provides family general primary care needs. Jefferson Davis County Five County Child Development rd Street Prentiss, MS (601) (601) Helping to serve low-income families to have the opportunity to improve their quality of life. Their vision is to move children and families from low-income dependent families to self-sufficient independent families with school ready children. Serving Jefferson Davis, Lawrence, Simpson, and Covington counties. Jones County Domestic Abuse Family Shelter Laurel Post Office Box 273 Laurel, MS (601) hour crisis hotline, emergency shelter, legal help, case management. Good Samaritan Center - Laurel The Haven Soup Kitchen 540 Ellisville Blvd. Laurel, MS (601) (601) Hellfighters Mission At The Cross 324 South Magnolia Street Laurel, MS (601) Physical, mental and spiritual needs of men who are homeless, underprivileged, and hopeless. Love In Action Homeless Men's Shelter 234 Highway 28 Laurel, MS (601) Emergency Shelter for single males. Pearl River Valley Opportunity Jones County 130 North 12th Avenue Laurel, MS (601) Provide eligible persons 60 years of age or older with five (5) nutritious meals per week at the lowest reasonable cost at centers where they can also obtain social, rehabilitative, and supportive services. The Salvation Army Of Laurel 205 North 13th Avenue Laurel, MS (601) Thrift Store. Lafayette County Doors of Hope Transition Ministries 924 Van Buren Avenue Oxford, MS (662) The purpose of Doors of Hope Transition Ministries includes, but is not limited to, guiding homeless families and at-risk homeless families in Lafayette County, Mississippi toward selfreliance and stability through a holistic individualized approach that includes life-skills training, mentoring, and supportive housing. Family Crisis Services of Northwest Mississippi Post Office Box 1698 Oxford, MS (662) FCS provides a twenty-four (24) hour crisis hotline, crisis intervention, legal advocacy, counseling, information and referral, forensic interviews, and education to victims of crime, as well as many programs to create community awareness of the numerous issues concerning victims and violence, ALL FREE OF CHARGE, due to the generosity of community members. Interfaith Compassion Ministry 905 North Lamar Blvd. Oxford, MS (662) Collaborative effort among local churches to provide assistance with basic needs such as rent, utilities, and prescription drugs in a centralized location to individuals in Lafayette county who face crisis situations; law clinic available for individuals with legal questions. 14

16 The Exchange Club Center of Oxford 106 Skyline Drive Oxford, MS (662) The agency s mission is to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect through prevention, intervention, and educational services, and to replace abusive behavior with effective skills for responsible parenting. Volunteer Oxford 107 Courthouse Square Oxford, MS (662) Volunteer Oxford s mission is to develop, promote and support volunteerism for Lafayette-Oxford-University. Volunteer Oxford allows access to a variety of volunteer opportunities in the community. We are also the community nonprofits and organizations resource for locating and recruiting volunteers when needed for projects and events. Lamar County Homes of Hope for Children 344 Harold Tucker Road Purvis, MS (769) Serving children in crisis throughout Mississippi by providing strong, Christian homes to every child that lives on campus while ensuring that each child is loved unconditionally and has their physical, spiritual, and emotional needs met. Pearl River Valley Opportunity Lamar County 103-A Shelby Speight Drive Purvis, MS (601) Provide eligible persons 60 years of age or older with five (5) nutritious meals per week at the lowest reasonable cost at centers where they can also obtain social, rehabilitative, and supportive services. Lauderdale County Anderson Regional Medical Center th Street Meridian, MS (601) Anderson Regional Medical Center is committed to providing our patients with the safest, highest-quality, most-satisfying care possible. CARE Lodge Domestic Violence Shelter PO Box 5331 Meridian, MS (601) Emergency shelter for those experiencing domestic violence. Department of Veterans Affairs Community Based Outpatient Clinic of Meridian th Street Meridian, MS (601) Feed By Faith Post Office Box 1064 Meridian, MS (601) Serves hot, nutritional meals to families who are homeless and have low or no income. Friendship Center 5701 N. Hills Street Meridian, MS (601) (601) Greater Meridian Health Center 2701 Davis Street Meridian, MS (601) Complete Family Medical Care, Dental Care, Pediatric Care, In-House Laboratory & X-Ray Services, Pharmacy, Medicaid Screening, Patient Education and Social Services, WIC Services Habitat for Humanity Lauderdale County Post Office Box 1402 Meridian, MS (601) HFH builds and renovate houses in partnership with people in need of adequate housing. Hope Village for Children Emergency Shelter rd Avenue Meridian, MS (601) Provides emergency services to children removed from their homes due to abuse, neglect, or abandonment. Love's Kitchen (Lauderdale Outreach and Volunteer Effort, Inc.) th Ave. Meridian, MS (601) Lauderdale Outreach and Volunteer Effort, Inc., known as LOVE's Kitchen, is a nonprofit, charitable organization formed for the express purpose of feeding the hungry in Meridian and Lauderdale County, MS. 15

17 Meridian Housing Authority 2305 D Street Meridian, MS (601) To provide decent, safe and affordable housing with reasonable accommodations for eligible citizens of Meridian, Mississippi and to encourage programs that promote selfsufficiency, empowerment and respect. Multi-County Community Service Agency South Harbor Post Office Box 905 Meridian, MS (601) Shelter for families. Multi-County Community Service Agency STEPS Post Office Box 905 Meridian, MS (601) Enables families to attain stable home ownership through a step-by-step management plan. NFUSION X-Meridian 832 Highway 19 North Suite 510 Meridian, MS (601) Linking youth and young adults with resources in their communities to help them navigate transitions. The initiative offers mental health services in addition to a variety of supports including assistance with living skills and educational support. The Boys and Girls Clubs of East Mississippi th Avenue Meridian, MS (601) Provide after-school tutoring, computer assisted instruction, workshops on gang prevention, conflict resolution, self-esteem, goal setting, personal hygiene, and various health care (obesity) issues, fitness and nutrition, drugs, alcohol, and teenage pregnancy prevention, music, summer enrichment program, educational trips, leadership training, job training, and recognition programs. The People's Charity Clinic of East Mississippi 310 Russell Drive Meridian, MS (601) Providing Health Care, Mental Health Counseling, Case Management, and Vocational Counseling The Salvation Army - Meridian Emergency Shelter 710 B Street Meridian, MS (601) (601) Providing emergency assistance, such as emergency shelter(for men), food pantry, clothing, utility assistance, and assistance for survivors of disaster (e.g. household goods, furniture, and beds). The Salvation Army - Meridian Thrift Store 120 6th Avenue South Meridian, MS (601) Thrift Store. Weems Community Mental Health Center 1415 College Drive Meridian, MS (601) Provides a range of outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults, including mental health therapy, medication evaluation and management, case management, and more. We also have outpatient and residential substance-abuse-treatment programs. Wesley House th Avenue Meridian, MS (601) Educational services, health care services, community outreach, victim services, connectional and relief services. Lee County American Red Cross Northeast MS Chapter 4127 Westside Drive Tupelo, MS (662) (662) Provides assistance to victims of disasters, service to military personnel/families, first aid & CPR courses, blood borne pathogens, baby-sitting courses, water safety & lifeguard certification & community disaster preparedness education. Antone Tannehill Good Samaritan Free Clinic 420 Magazine St. P.O. Box 1821 Tupelo, MS (662) Services Lee Co residents, ages birth - 65, who need primary health care, who are employed or temporarily unemployed and who do not have or cannot afford health insurance or do not receive VA or disability insurance. 16

18 Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of Mississippi P.O. Box 1177 Tupelo, MS (662) (662) Matches carefully screened adult volunteers with children between the ages of 5-15 to motivate & empower them through positive one-to-one mentoring relationships. Catch Kids P.O. Box 796 Tupelo, MS (662) Makes comprehensive, high quality health care accessible & available to children birth to 18 years who have barriers getting needed care. The care focuses on prevention & wellness, as well as on treatment of acute & chronic illnesses. Covenant Community Development Corporation CFORM 810 Robert E. Lee Drive Tupelo, MS (662) F.A.I.T.H. Food Pantry 1338 Maple Rd Nettleton, MS (662) Secures & distributes a regular source of food to residents, with emphasis on families with children, families in crisis & the elderly under the USDA guidelines. Faith Haven Inc. Children's Shelter Post Office Box 835 Tupelo, MS (662) Provides 24-hour emergency care for children, birth to eighteen years, who have been removed from abusive or neglectful situations or have been abandoned. Gardner-Simmons Home For Girls Post Office Box 935 Tupelo, MS (662) Habitat for Humanity of Northeast MS P.O. Box 7321 Tupelo, MS (662) Provides simple, affordable housing for eligible low-income families who do not qualify for conventional loans & meet the criteria for family size, stability and ability to pay. L.I.F.E - Living Independence For Everyone of Mississippi 1051 Cliff Gookin Blvd Tupelo, MS (662) Empowers people with significant disabilities to be as independent & as fully involved in their communities as they can & choose to be. MS Methodist Senior Services The Sunday Fund 2800 W. Main St. Tupelo, MS (662) Provides assistance with rent, meals & general care to the residents of Traceway Retirement Community whose expenses are greater than their income. North MS Medical Center Diabetes Assistance Fund 830 S. Gloster Tupelo, MS (662) (800) THE-DESK Provides supplies & self-management training for person with diabetes who have inadequate financial resources to improve their quality of life & decreases preventable hospital admissions for the service area. North MS Medical Center Heart Patient Fund 830 S. Gloster Tupelo, MS (662) Provides assistance to NMMC heart patients & their families. May include medication, educational tools, medial supplies and/or equipment & travel assistance for those patients who have inadequate financial resources with the goal being to improve their quality of life & decrease preventable hospital admissions. North MS Medical Center Hospice Patient Assistance Fund 422 A President Ave Tupelo, MS (662) (800) Provides a specialized program of care emphasizing the management of pain & symptoms associated with terminal illness. Works with the family & the patient to help each person live each day as fully & meaningfully as possible. North MS Medical Center Social Work Fund 830 S. Gloster Tupelo, MS (662)

19 Provides assistance to NMMC patients & their families whose needs cannot be met by other patient care funds or by community resources. These needs may include medication, clothing and/or medical supplies for those who are uninsured. Region III Chemical Dependency Services 920 Boone St. Tupelo, MS (662) Inpatient & outpatient alcohol treatment, aftercare program & transition program for adolescents & adults. SAFE, Inc. Shelter & Assistance in Family Emergencies Post Office Box 985 Tupelo, MS (662) Shelter and assistance in family emergencies. St. Luke United Methodist Food Pantry 1400 Clayton Ave. Tupelo, MS (662) Provides Lee Co. residents with food baskets who meet the qualifications. Open every Thursday from 9AM-12PM; targets the elderly & families with children. Survival, Inc. P.O. Box 171 Saltillo, MS (662) (888) Provides outreach services to victims of violent crime & survivors of homicide victims, enabling them to reconstruct their lives & develop something positive from the tragedy. The Family Resource Center of Northeast Mississippi 425 Magazine Street Tupelo, MS (662) Our mission is to provide quality educational support services in a family based and child friendly environment to promote healthy families and communities. The Salvation Army - Tupelo Red Shield Lodge 527 Carnation Street Tupelo, MS (662) (662) Emergency Shelter The Salvation Army - Tupelo Thrift Store 816 Robert E. Lee Drive Tupelo, MS (662) Thrift Store. Traceway Retirement Community Meals on Wheels 2800 W. Main St. Tupelo, MS (662) ext Provides a hot, well-balanced noon time meal 5 days a week to individuals in Lee Co. who are age 60+ & meet eligibility requirements. Tupelo Housing Authority 701 S. Canal Street Tupelo, MS (662) Provide decent, safe, affordable and well maintained housing to families with low to moderate income. United Way of Northeast Mississippi 213 West Main Street Suite 110 Tupelo, MS (662) Lowndes County Alcoholics Anonymous Baptist Memorial Hospital - Golden Triangle th Street North Columbus, MS (662) Support meetings for those coping with alcoholism & offers volunteer opportunities within the hospital. Avante' House Life on a Prayer (for Women) Post Office Box 7924 Columbus, MS (662) EMCC Work Force Development Center 8731 S. Frontage Rd. Mayhew, MS (662) Sessions provided Tues- Thurs 9AM-11AM, assistance in reading, math, English, etc., also job training providing by request & appointment. Genesis Dream Center rd St. North Columbus, MS (662) (662)

20 Transitional care housing for displaced men, family life housing for displaced families, grant writing seminars, GED training classes, workforce development certifications, job readiness training/job search, on-line college course assistance, computer building/repair, instrumental & vocal lessons, theatre & drama lessons, still & moving photography lessons, game room, & outdoor/recreational activities. Last House on the Block 206 Tuscaloosa Road Columbus, MS (662) Offers a sober living environment. MS Regional IV Housing(Public Housing) Public Housing 2845 S. Frontage Rd. Columbus, MS (662) Housing agency that offers low income housing with rent based on income. MS Regional IV Housing(Section 8) Section 8 Housing 2845 S. Frontage Rd. Columbus, MS (662) Offers a rental assistance program Palmer Home for Children Group Home th Ave. S. Columbus, MS (662) (662) Provides home for dependent children, education through public schools, Christian training, & college education for qualified students. Recovery House, Inc. Community Resource Connection 1501 Main Street Columbus, MS (662) Recovery House, Inc. Permanent Supportive Housing 770 Golding Road Columbus, MS (662) Permanent supportive housing for alcohol/substance abusers and substance abuse facility/emergency shelter for single females. Recovery House, Inc. Project Hope 770 Golding Road Columbus, MS (662) A transitional housing program for females who are homeless with substance abuse programs and their children. Safe Haven Inc. Domestic Violence Shelter Post Office Box 5354 Columbus, MS (662) Assists those in need who have been affected by the HIV/aids virus. Sally Kate Winters Families First Resource Center 104 Brickerton Columbus, MS (662) Programs include: resource library, parenting classes, anger management, abstinence education, healthy relationship workshops, & father involvement activities, as well as referrals to other community services, & on-going child abuse awareness. The Salvation Army Of Columbus 2219 Main St. Columbus, MS (662) Provides clothing for families that need assistance, with utility bills, housing & prescriptions. May supply bus tickets or motel rooms in the event of an emergency. Southern Foundation For Homeless Children Eastwood Children's Home 27 E. Cherry Street Columbus, MS (662) The Pine and Cady Hill Female/Men Chemical Dependency Program 1011 Main St. Columbus, MS (662) Cady Hill Chemical dependency program 10 bed, 24 hour residential treatment for adult females(usually 42 days, maximum of 56 days of primary treatment). Pines Chemical Dependency 18 bed,24 residential treatment for adult males(usually 42 days, maximum of 56 days of primary treatment. United Way of Lowndes County 501 7th Street North Suite 5 19

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