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There are other shelters in the valley and they provide a wonderful service. Many of them have rules and regulations that unfortunately leave some people out in the cold, without the help and assistance that they really need. We also serve those who have fallen through the cracks and that others turn away.
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are now serving breakfast at 500 W. 200 S. on the west side of The Road Home Shelter, Monday thru Saturday, 8:00 AM
to 9:00 AM.
Clothing Assistance:Clothing is a basic essential human need. Without it we would surely die of exposure. But our clientele can't afford to go to a thrift store and buy warm clothing, shoes, coats, jackets, blankets or sleeping bags they need. That's why we work so hard to provide our clientele with warm Clothing, Shoes, Coats, Jackets, Blankets, and the Sleeping Bags they so desperately need.
Individual and Family Crisis Counseling and Crisis Intervention: Some situations just can't wait for an appointment minutes, hours, days, or weeks away. That's why we offer our clientele immediate Crisis Counseling and Crisis Intervention when they need it the most. We have emergency Crisis Assistance available 24 hours a day.
Education Assistance: We offer our clientele with Education Assistance from simple tasks, like how to apply for a job and how to fill out a job application, to complex tasks like helping them get their G.E.D. or even getting into College. Through our After Care Program we also offer assistance with books, fees and tuition.
Employment Assistance: We offer our clientele Telephone Access and Message Services; Job Counseling; Job Placement; and Temporary Work through our facility, our friends and Mission Partners.
TheLeast Among Us: In order to insure the safety of their patrons, other shelters have rules about the types of people they cannot serve. We try to be very accepting, no matter how desperate a person's situation. On December 26, 1996, a wet drunken man was dropped off by the police as he would have frozen to death and we were the only shelter who would take him. This was also the same day the police served us with the now famous Christmas present (Citation #C505727)
Hygiene Items: Hygiene Items are basic essential human needs. With out hygiene items the homeless could get ill and possibly die. That's another reason we work so hard to make sure that they have these basic essential hygiene items i.e., soap, shampoo, deodorant, razors, tooth paste, tooth brushes, hand cream, combs, and even a hair cut.
Telephone Access Message Services: Telephone services is another essential basic need. Without phone services. The homeless wouldn't be able to get and keep a job, they wouldn't be able to find an apartment, contact or be contacted by their families. We allow the homeless free use of our telephone to find work, contact their employers, contact their families, find apartments, take care of legitimate personal business. We also take messages for the homeless to return important calls i.e., jobs, apartments, emergency calls, etc., that they normally would not get.
New Life Recovery Program: Upward Motions and Second Chance Ranch; We have a small successful (Missionary Program) New Life Recovery Program presently for men only. This gives the men who have life controlling problems a place, the tools and the help that they need to have victory over their addiction or life controlling problems. Through our After Care Program we also help them with jobs, apartment and the transition between.
Full Gospel Businessmen's International Luncheon: Every Friday at 12:00 PM, the Salt Lake Chapter of the Full Gospel Businessmen's Fellowship International holds luncheon. Where Christian Businessmen and Executives and Guest Speakers come and speak to the homeless. Many have been alcoholics, drug addicts, and homeless themselves and can relate, encourage and motivate the homeless to aspire to success.
Christian Morning Devotional's: Every morning Monday through Saturday at 6:45 AM to 7:15 AM, we have a Christian Morning Devotional. This helps all attending to get their morning started right, with their minds renewed with the keys to prosperity and success. Joshua 1:8
Christian Bible Studies: We offer Christian Bible Studies in English every morning Monday through Saturday at 9:30 AM. These Bible Studies help to equip and empower the homeless to apply the Word of God to their lives, circumstances and problems, and attain victory over them.
Salt Lake City Mission Prison and Jail Out-Reach: Salt Lake City Mission has partnered with Prison Fellowship. So we can reach even more prisoners. We reach out beyond skid row to the Prisons and Jails. We have 2 Staff members who are State approved, that visit and Minister to the incarcerated inmates. Our Staff Members help to recruit and Prison Fellowship trains the volunteers to go visit and Minister to the inmates in Prisons and Jails.
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Administration Office and Learning Center
1151 S. Redwood Road
Salt Lake City, UT. 84104
Phone: 801.355.6310 Fax: 801.355.9364 Toll Free: 1.877.243.5766
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