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Iowa Homeless Shelters

Select a Iowa county from the list below in which you want to look for a homeless shelters.

Iowa Counties:

Clinton (1)
Linn (28)
Polk (2)
Scott (10)

Latest Update to Iowa Homeless Shelters database:

Waypoint Services - Madge Phillops Center (for Women & Children)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52401
(319) 366-7999

The Waypoint Madge Phillips Center Shelter provides shelter and stabilizing resources for homeless women and their children. The Center offers basic needs, information, strategic referrals, one-on-one support, and skill development so women can achieve and maintain self-sufficiency and family stability.

Waypoint Services - Domestic Violence Shelter & Program (domestic Violence) (for Women & Children)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52401
(319) 363-2093

Waypoint provides support services to help victims and their families deal with the trauma of domestic violence or sexual assault. All of our services are free and confidential. Waypoint believes in the worth and dignity of all individuals and their right to live a life free from violence.

Victory Center Ministries - New Life Program
Clinton, IA - 52732
(563) 219-5057

We know it takes more than a hot meal and a few nights stay to get men and women back on their feet.  For those willing to take the journey...we offer a way out through our NEW LIFE Program.

Hope Ministries - Door Of Faith Men's Recovery Center (for Men)
Des Moines, IA - 50315
(515) 974-0545

At Hope Ministries, we believe in a holistic approach to helping homeless men, women and children. That’s why in addition to providing the basic necessities of life – food, clothing and shelter – we also provide a long-term residential, life-recovery program. Our goal is to address the root causes of homelessness, chronic poverty, addiction and other life struggles and help our recovery residents become productive members of society

Hope Ministries - Hope Family Center (for Women & Children)
Des Moines, IA - 50317
(515) 264-0144

Guests at both our Bethel Mission and Hope Family Center facilities who are ready to make a commitment to long-term change and accountability start out by participating in the first phase of our recovery program. The first phase for men lasts one month; for women and children, two to three months. This is a time of structured transition– and it’s also an evaluation period, meant to test the resolve of residents. Each student has a personalized care plan involving reading assignments, class participation, Bible study, work therapy and addiction counseling. Recovery residents are held to a high standard and agree to intentional accountability.

John Lewis Community Service - Youth Transitional Housing Program (for Ages 16 To 18)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751
John Lewis Community Service - Transitional Living Program For Single Men & Women
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751
Cedar House Shelter
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 364-2630
Abbe - Abbe Center For Community Mental Health (for Mentall Ill Persons)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52405
(319) 398-3562

Mental health professionals are available to courts of law, schools, agencies, and individuals to evaluate situations, assess problems, determine needed services and make appropriate recommendations.

Area Substance Abuse Council - Adult Halfway House (substance Abuse)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 390-4611

Halfway House:To enter Halfway House an individual must have successfully completed a primary residential substance abuse treatment program and not have used alcohol or drugs for at least 30 days.

Area Substance Abuse Council - Dual Diagnosis Recovery Center (substance Abuse) (for Mentally Ill Persons)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 390-4611

ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to provide comprehensive prevention and treatment services to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

Area Substance Abuse Council - Heart Of Iowa Program (substance Abuse) (for Women & Children)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 390-4611

ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to provide comprehensive prevention and treatment services to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

Area Substance Abuse Council - The Way Home Apartments
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 390-4611

ASAC is licensed by the Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Health Promotion, Prevention and Addictive Behaviors, to provide comprehensive prevention and treatment services to combat the abuse of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.

Catherine Mcauley Center - Transitional Housing Program (for Women)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52403
(319) 363-4993
Foundation 2 - Transitional Living Program (for Ages 16 To 21)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52402
(319) 362-1170

Foundation 2's Transitional Living Program (TLP) and Iowa Aftercare Services Network (IASN) are designed to provide housing, skills training and support services to young adults (ages 16-21 for TLP and 18-21 for IASN) for whom family living or residential treatment is no longer an option. 

Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (hacap) - Transitional Housing
Hiawatha, IA - 52233
(319) 393-7811

Homelessness is a difficult, complex and often-misunderstood economic situation, which affects over 21,000 Iowans. Primary reasons for homelessness include lack of income, lack of affordable housing and incidents of domestic violence.

Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (hacap) - Inn-circle
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 366-7631

we provide transitional housing units in four counties:Benton,Johnson ,Linn and Washington.

House Of Hope (for Women)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52403
(319) 366-4673

House of Hope is a non-profit, faith-based program for women founded in 2001 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

The Safe Place Foundation
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52401
(319) 366-3430
John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (932 West 6th Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (715 West 4th Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (909 West 3rd Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (917 West 3rd Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (921 West 3rd Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (1016 West 5th Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (1212 West 3rd Street)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

John Lewis Community Service - Permanent Supportive Housing Rental Units (scattered Sites)
Davenport, IA - 52802
(563) 322-3751

we are currently updating our website,

Cedar Village Apartments (for Seniors Age 62+)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52405
(319) 396-9083
Five Seasons Senior Housing
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52403
(319) 399-1550
Geneva Tower (for Seniors & The Handicapped)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52401
(319) 366-0454
Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (hacap) - Permanent Housing Program
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52233
(319) 393-7811

Homelessness is a difficult, complex and often-misunderstood situation. It affects people of all ages and family status. The homeless population in Iowa is estimated at 21,000 with two-thirds being women and their children. In 2005 the Continuum of Care in Linn County reported that

Hawkeye Area Community Action Program (hacap) - The Chronically Homeless Project (for Disabled Persons)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52233
(319) 393-7811

This program is aimed at bringing individuals with a disabling condition who have been continuously homeless in from the cold. This community improvement project focuses on housing first, stablizing an individual's life through safe housing.

Hawthorne Hills (for Seniors Age 62+ & Families)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52404
(319) 365-1497
Ecumencial - Margaret Bock Housing
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52403
(319) 361-6871
Memorial Meadows (for Seniors Age 62+)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52403
(319) 365-8444
Moundview Manor (for Seniors Age 62+)
Marion, IA - 52302
(319) 373-8302
Oak Hill Manor
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52401
(319) 362-6378
Oak Village (for Seniors Ages 62+)
Marion, IA - 52302
(319) 377-1347
Oak Park Village
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52401
(319) 362-7759
Project Independence (for Disabled Persons)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52402
(319) 393-7811
Westover Manor (for Seniors Ages 62+)
Cedar Rapids, IA - 52403
(319) 393-7811
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