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Below are 3 shelters for homeless in Greenville, SC County.

Miracle Hill Ministries - Boys' Shelter (for Boys)
Greenville, SC - 29615
(864) 268-4357

Miracle Hill Ministries:Serves thousands of meals to those living in our shelters and within our communities.Provides safe, warm shelter for over 600 homeless and hurting men, women and children.Operates a shelter for at-risk, teenage boys and a children’s home with crisis, long-term and foster care for children from birth to twenty-one.Offers five apartments to homeless families, striving to keep siblings, mothers with children and other family groups together.Leads two recovery programs, Overcomers and Renewal, and provide transitional housing for men and women facing life-dominating addictions.Employs trained staff who provide case management, personal and group counseling, daily devotions and educational opportunities for those in our care.

Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Greenville, SC - 29601
(864) 271-3424

he Mission of the Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (GAIHN) is to assist local congregations to share hospitality (in the form of emergency food and lodging) with homeless families, and to help those families achieve self-sufficiency and self-fulfillment.

Miracle Hill Ministries - Greenville Rescue Mission
Greenville, SC - 29601
(864) 242-6933

Since its beginning as a soup kitchen in 1937, Miracle Hill Greenville Rescue Mission has undergone many changes. Its facilities have expanded to house 160 men and provide emergency shelter for an additional 200 men during extreme weather conditions. It also operates five apartments, which house families in emergency situations. The face of homelessness is constantly changing. It is no longer the face of a 55+ year old drifter. In the last 20 years, the average age of a homeless man has dropped to 35 – meaning there are more 18-25 year olds seeking shelter and addiction recovery than ever before.

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