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Alabama Homeless Shelters

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Alabama Counties:

Cullman (1)
Jefferson (11)
Lauderdale (1)
Marshall (1)
Mobile (3)
Russell (1)

Latest Update to Alabama Homeless Shelters database:

Pathways - Day Center (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35203
(205) 322-6854

Pathways’ mission is “to end homelessness for women and children through hospitality, housing, and hope.” We are a private, not for profit,  United Way agency that helps homeless women and children put their lives back together.

Family Connection - Hope House Day Shelter
Saginaw, AL - 35007
(205) 663-6301

Family Connection is responsive to the needs of our community and is involved in many programmatic efforts. Family Connection has been and remains a major contributor in making a difference in the lives of children and families in Shelby County

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Coastal Alabama
Mobile, AL - 36640
(251) 441-1991

Fortunately, many thousands of people across our country believe that homelessness is unacceptable in the world’s wealthiest society. The Interfaith Hospitality Network offers a way for individuals to work in concert with others to provide real help and compassion and to make real differences in the lives of families. Started in New Jersey in 1986, IHN now has programs in most states across the country, including coastal Alabama.Because the Interfaith Hospitality Network works. Over 70% of the families who participate in IHN programs find permanent housing; guests without jobs often find them, or enter job training programs.Because sheltering homeless families is often too involved for one congregation to do it alone

Downtown Jimmie Hale Mission - Jessie's Place (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35203
(205) 323-0170

Jessie’s Place, affectionately named after Mission co-founder Jessie Hale Downs, was established in 1998 as a haven for homeless and hurting women and children seeking shelter while preparing to reach self-sufficiency. They become involved in daily life skills training, Bible studies, case management, counseling, education remediation, career readiness, and children’s programs including play therapy.

Bread And Roses Hospitality (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35212
(205) 595-6399
The Foundry Rescue Mission And Recovery Center - Re-entry Ministries (for Men)
Bessemer, AL - 35021
(205) 424-4673

Our vision for The Foundry Recovery Program is to channel God's amazing love and forgiveness to men and women battling drug addiction and substance abuse. Through His hands, these broken individuals can regain basic necessities, restore their hope and self-esteem, and achieve real, lasting change in their lives.

Pathways - Parson Place (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35203
(205) 322-6854

Pathways’ Transitional Shelter provides shelter, food, clothing and supportive services for women and women with children who are temporarily without housing. Guests work on a Life Plan, structuring their week around goals. Guests discuss their needs and progress weekly with the social worker who helps them access community resources. On-site services provided regularly include healthy relationships, parenting, money management, etc. Last year, Pathways served more than 300 women and children through the Southside, Woodlawn and Parson Place (downtown) shelters.

Pathways - Southside Transitional Shelter (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35205
(205) 324-5220

Pathways’ Transitional Shelter provides shelter, food, clothing and supportive services for women and women with children who are temporarily without housing. Guests work on a Life Plan, structuring their week around goals. Guests discuss their needs and progress weekly with the social worker who helps them access community resources. On-site services provided regularly include healthy relationships, parenting, money management, etc. Last year, Pathways served more than 300 women and children through the Southside, Woodlawn and Parson Place (downtown) shelters.

Pathways - Woodlawn Transitional Shelter (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35203
(205) 322-6854

Pathways’ Transitional Shelter provides shelter, food, clothing and supportive services for women and women with children who are temporarily without housing. Guests work on a Life Plan, structuring their week around goals. Guests discuss their needs and progress weekly with the social worker who helps them access community resources. On-site services provided regularly include healthy relationships, parenting, money management, etc. Last year, Pathways served more than 300 women and children through the Southside, Woodlawn and Parson Place (downtown) shelters.

Pathways - Transitional Apartments (for Women & Children)
Birmingham, AL - 35203
(205) 322-6854

Pathways’ Transitional Shelter provides shelter, food, clothing and supportive services for women and women with children who are temporarily without housing. Guests work on a Life Plan, structuring their week around goals. Guests discuss their needs and progress weekly with the social worker who helps them access community resources. On-site services provided regularly include healthy relationships, parenting, money management, etc. Last year, Pathways served more than 300 women and children through the Southside, Woodlawn and Parson Place (downtown) shelters.

The Salvation Army - Men's Veteran's Shelter (for Men)
Birmingham, AL - 35234
(205) 328-2420

Men’s Veterans Shelter:The Salvation Army partners with the Veteran’s Administration to provide assistance to American veterans. 20 beds are available and veterans can stay for up to 12 months. This program promotes recovery, life skills and financial budgeting. Clients are required to open a savings account. 3 meals per day are provided.

The Salvation Army - Transitional Housing Complex
Birmingham, AL - 35234
(205) 328-2420

This program is for unaccompanied single men and women over age 18 who have a dual diagnosis of mental illness and drug/alcohol abuse. In collaboration with other Tarrant County homeless service agencies, the Simon program provides room and board, as well as a variety of services, for up to two years.  

Safeplace - Satellite Housing
Florence, AL - 35631
(256) 767-3076

Satellite Housing - Safeplace provides housing and support services to former residential facility residents in the form of two single family homes. Survivors of family violence may live in these homes up to two years while they attend a school or job training and re-establish their family in a non-violent atmosphere

House Of Restoration (for Men)
Phenix City, AL - 36867
(334) 214-5522
Volunteers Of America Southeast - Supportive Housing
Mobile, AL - 36609
(251) 300-3500

Homeownership is one of the most revered values held by Americans. In fact, owning a home is widely referred to as the American Dream.However, navigating the home-buying process can be complex, frustrating and intimidating for many households. Many seeking to purchase a home are unsure how to begin and some would-be home buyers face barriers that prevent them from attaining their Dream. Lack of savings, high consumer debt and poor credit history are among the obstacles many households face.

Tennessee Valley Family Services Inc. (for Ages 12 To 17)
Guntersville, AL - 35976
(256) 582-0377
First Light - Permanent Supportive Housing Program (for Women)
Birmingham, AL - 35203
(205) 323-4277

First Light’s fourth floor is home to nine women with severe mental illness who are unlikely to successfully live independently.

Volunteers Of America North Alabama - Twin Creek Apartments (for Seniors)
Cullman, AL - 35055
(256) 830-2155
Volunteers Of America Southeast - Elderly Complexes (for Seniors Ages 62+)
Mobile, AL - 36609
(251) 300-3500

Volunteers of America Southeast demonstrates that “there are no limits to caring” through our programs providing services for the elderly. We manage 13 elderly complexes with over 450 units in Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi, making every effort to create a community of care that enables individuals to live as independently as possible for as long as possible. We provide an opportunity for seniors over 62 years, with a low income, to live in a safe, comfortable, and affordable setting in a community of care.  Staff members assist tenants with securing community resources, conduct tenant meetings, produce monthly newsletters, and assist with tenant social activities.

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