Shelter

Shelter for clients is provided in two forms.  The largest capacity exists for providing emergency shelter for both single women and single men.  These areas are physically in different areas/floors of the home.  Beds exist to handle up to 66 individuals.  Emergency shelter is provided for up to thirty days.

Currently, residents can be either male or female, but must be at least the age of 18. At this time, we do not have facilities to host families with children. Additionally, pets are not allowed at the shelter.

In addition, there is a separate housing unit on the property used to provide transitional housing to those qualifying women who need the additional support to move from an emergency shelter situation to independent living.  The qualifying individuals can reside in this housing unit for up to one year with timing dependent upon the individual’s situation.

Shelter is provided to Hamilton County residents.

For shelter inquiries, you can speak to Peggy or Sandra at ThirdPhase by calling 317-773-5100.