Over 18,000 nights of shelter provided.
56% of residents who exited shelter are in permanent housing.
113 unduplicated families were provided safe shelter in 2020.
We have two shelter programs: Our Emergency Family Shelter (EFS) which provides shelter for families and the Individuals/Single Shelter that provides shelter for single individuals.
When people come to us or call us in their time of need, we work hard to divert them from homelessness by creatively problem solving with them. This is a process called "diversion". When we can't successfully divert them from homelessness and we have bed availability, they become a resident through our "intake" process.
Our staff assess what resources and programs are available to them to help them on their journey towards self-sufficiency and permanent housing.
During their time with Shalom Center, residents meet with their assigned case manager to set goals, find programs, and keep on track towards different milestones.
Supportive Services in Shelter
Financial help such as monthly budgeting, workshops, and training
Help with coordinating medical and other appointments
Education through workshops
Mentoring and support
Volunteer and employment opportunities
Referrals for legal assistance
Assistance to apply for medical, TANF/W-2, FSET and other mainstream benefits
Assistance for disabled participants in obtaining SSI/SSDI
Life skills workshops
Parenting and nurturing workshops
Are you in
need of shelter?
Please call (262) 658-1713
Ext. 130. (Individual)
Ext. 131 (Family)