If you are someone experiencing homelessness and need help navigating a healthy path forward, we offer referral services through our newly established Navigation Center. Services include safe shelter, food, clothing, and case management to address mental and physical health, legal issues, and housing placement, among a variety of other practical areas of assistance.
Comprehensive Listing of Navigation Center Services (Opens June 2022)
Behavioral and physical health referrals and service
Referrals and support to address addiction
Assistance acquiring identification cards, Social Security Income, Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability Insurance, Birth Certificates
Aid in applying for housing, housing assistance, and overcoming barriers to permanent housing
Assistance acquiring Veterans Benefits, DD214 documents*, unemployment or Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, and Oregon Trail benefits.
Employment support, job skills development, and education resources
Trauma-informed peer to peer counseling
Contact Evan Hendrix, our Navigation Center Director, for more information
If you are someone struggling with addiction, domestic abuse, or experiencing homelessness as a result of childhood trauma or other factors, we offer long-term programs for men and women. Our programs are designed to get to the root of some of life’s biggest challenges, offering a supportive, live-in environment with caring, highly trained staff.
For Men Contact Aaron Norris, Men’s Center Program Coordinator