|Allegheny Valley Association of Churches - Interfaith Hospitality Network Emergency Shelter||A network of churches that provides shelter, meals, and hospitality to homeless families. Families may stay one week in each of twelve network churches. Housing assistance, case management and other services are provided.||Allegheny||Allegheny Valley Association of Churches - Hospitality Network||Allegheny Valley Association of Churches|
|Bell, HHS, Bell Family Shelter||•Emergency shelter and food
•Information and referral for financial, housing, and employment resources
•Family support services
•30 day shelter program
||York||Bell, Homelessness and Housing Support (HHS)||Bell Socialization Services, Inc. (Bell) |
|Catholic Charities - Emergency Shelter - Butler||Provides temporary accommodations (30-60 day stay) for homeless adults and families. People in need of shelter after normal business hours and on weekends should call the Center for Community Resources.||Butler||Catholic Charities of Butler County||Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Inc.|
|Catholic Charities - Interfaith Shelter for Homeless Families||The Interfaith Shelter for Homeless Families, operated by Catholic Charities is the only family shelter that serves men, women and children in the Capital region.
Families are able to stay together in their time of crisis.
Each family is provided 3 meals a day, plus snacks, clean bedding, towels, personal hygiene items and toiletries.
The primary goal of the shelter continues to be assisting families in finding permanent housing.
Referrals are made 24 hours a day by either Help Ministries of Christian Churches United 717-238-2851 or Dauphin County Crisis Intervention 717 232-7511.||Dauphin||Catholic Charities - Interfaith Shelter for Homeless Families||Catholic Charities Diocese of Harrisburg|
|City Rescue Mission - Women's Ministry||Temporary emergency shelter for women and children. Those in need of shelter or referring agencies should contact the staff prior to client arrival. As the City Rescue Mission is a Christian ministry, all shelter guests are required to participate in daily devotions, bible studies and spiritual counseling.||Lawrence||City Rescue Mission||City Rescue Mission|
|Family Promise Harrisburg Capital Region - Case Management for Homeless Families||Case-management for families (parent[s] with children) dealing with homelessness.
Families live at host congregations for one week at a time and rotate around to twelve different churches in the area who provide shelter, three free meals a day, and often provide evening activities and fellowship for the guests.
Each day, families are transported to the Day Center by the FPHCR bus where families can do laundry, shower and get ready for school or work. Parents who are not working stay at the Day Center and work on job and housing searches. Each family meets weekly with a staff member at FPHCR for case-management.||Cumberland||Family Promise Harrisburg Capital Region||Family Promise Harrisburg Capital Region |
|Indiana County Community Action Program Pathway Homeless Shelter||Provides emergency shelter for men, women and families. Homeless Case-management services offered; refers to other emergency housing services as appropriate.||Indiana||Pathway Homeless Shelter||Indiana County Community Action Program|
|Laurel House - Confidential Shelter||Laurel House Confidential Shelter offers emergency shelter services for victims of domestic violence 24/7. Individuals and their children who seek safety from an abusive partner can stay at the shelter for up to thirty days, where they will receive individual and group counseling and advocacy. The shelter offers a nurturing environment where victims can spend time healing as they move toward freedom from domestic violence.||Montgomery||Laurel House - Montgomery; Norristown||Laurel House|
|Next Step Center, Inc. Emergency Shelter||Emergency shelter (up to 30 days) to eligible, low-income families and individuals from Somerset County who, due to situational crisis, are at risk of becoming homeless.
Referral services, information and assistance that will enable guests to relocate to safe, affordable permanent housing within 30 days.
||Somerset||Next Step Center Emergency Shelter||Next Step Center, Inc.|
|Transitional Housing - Gatehouse Transitional Housing and Care Center||Offers shelter and support services to be a direct solution to families who are facing personal crises. Provide residents an avenue to housing self-sufficiency through transitional housing services. Empowers homeless residents to gain independence as quickly as possible. Residents actively work with Gate House staff to identify and work toward goals to include but is not limited to obtaining employment, securing affordable housing, furthering education, and gaining important life skills.
Gate House staff collaborate on goals for self-sufficienct with agencies such as PA CareerLink, Central Susquehanna Opportunities, Inc., and the Department of Human Services.||Montour||Gatehouse - Transitional Housing||Gatehouse - Transitional Housing and Care Center|
|Welcome Home Shelter SPHS Connect Emergency Shelter for Women and Families||Welcome Home is a 30-60 day emergency homeless shelter for single women and families with children. Guests of the program receive case management services, weekly life skills classes, advocacy, and on-site mental health counseling.||Westmoreland||SPHS Connect, Inc||Southwestern Pennsylvania Human Services|