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Ohio Homeless Shelters

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

Ohio Counties:

Butler (2)
Cuyahoga (3)
Defiance (1)
Franklin (4)
Greene (1)
Hamilton (8)
Hancock (1)
Lucas (2)
Summit (2)

Latest Update to Ohio Homeless Shelters database:

Hope House Rescue Mission - Emergency Shelter
Middletown, OH - 45044
(513) 424-4673

Hope House Mission strives to eliminate homelessness in our community. We provide physical, emotional, mental and spiritual resources, regardless of race, religion, or social status

Summit County Interfaith Hospitality Network - Day Center
Akron, OH - 44301
(330) 253-8081

Family Promise of Summit County helps homeless families with children stay together and achieve sustainable independence.

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Greater Cincinnati - Day Center
Cincinnati, OH - 45206
(513) 471-1100

Our Emergency Shelter program currently mobilizes over 1,000 volunteers at 90 congregations. Twenty-seven “host” congregations (two per week) provide shelter sites and meals, and 63 “support” congregations work with the host congregations to provide volunteers, meals and supplies. This combination of a host and its supporting congregations is called a “network.” Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati currently runs two networks each week, allowing us to serve up to 8 families a week (32 individuals; two-thirds of whom are children). The guests arrive at the host congregation by bus between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. and have a hot meal with the congregation volunteers, followed by activities (homework, crafts, games, television) and relaxation before bedtime. In the morning after breakfast, families pick up bag lunches and board the Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Cincinnati bus for the Day Center.

Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Greater Cleveland - Family Center In Shaker Heights
Shaker Heights, OH - 44122
(216) 991-6272
Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Greater Cleveland - Tremont Family Center
Cleveland, OH - 44113
(216) 771-9600
Interfaith Hospitality Network Of Greene County - Day Center
Xenia, OH - 45385
(937) 372-0705

The Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greene County in a nonprofit ministry committed to uniting the religious community in Greene County to provide shelter, meals and assistance to homeless families. Our mission is to reach out as messengers of God, reflecting His unconditional love with compassion and acceptance, providing help, hope and a safe haven for our guests while they seek permanent employment and affordable housing.The IHN started hosting the homeless families in The Schneider House of Hope at 124 S Detroit St. starting June 27, 2010. The National Interfaith Hospitality Network is a national, non-profit organization that assists religious and community organizations in developing and operating Network programs.  The Greene County IHN has been open since 1995.

The Drop Inn Center - Emergency Shelter
Cincinnati, OH - 45202
(513) 721-0643

At the Drop Inn Center, our mission is simple – as a community of residents, staff and volunteers, we work together to provide basic human services for the men and women of the Greater Cincinnati area who are experiencing homelessness. Our primary commitment is to shelter – offering a place to stay for those in need now, and helping find and maintain a permanent place of residence for the future.

Day Center For The Homeless - Day Center
Tulsa, OH - 74103
(918) 556-6425

The mission of the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless, Inc. is to provide a safe, healthy environment for people who are homeless and offer them opportunities and encouragement for achieving self-sufficiency.

Heart & Soul Mission Day Shelter
Middletown, OH - 45042
(513) 464-6383
The City Mission - Crossroads: Men's Ministries (for Men)
Cleveland, OH - 44103
(216) 572-5500

Men hear about Crossroads from family, friends, pastors, agencies, organizations, or, most commonly, on the street.

The City Mission - Laura's Home (for Women & Children)
Cleveland, OH - 44103
(216) 472-5500

It’s not easy to walk into an emergency shelter for the first time. But life’s circumstances often force the homeless to swallow their pride and fear so that they can escape dangers on the streets and in abusive relationships.  

Raleigh Rescue Mission’s Emergency Overnight Services offer comfortable, safe refuge for single women and mothers with children. All of our guests are given clean clothing, warm showers, personal care items, nutritious meals, and cozy beds to sleep in. During their stay, guests are also offered Medical and Case Management services.

The City Mission Of Findlay - New Life Directions Program
Findlay, OH - 45840
(419) 423-9151

This NLDP gives men the opportunity live at the Mission while working through these three phases. We provide food, shelter, and referrals to other agencies

Cherry Street Mission - Men's Shelter (for Men)
Toledo, OH - 43624
(419) 242-5141

Each night, Cherry Street provides safe, free shelter for scores of men and women who would otherwise sleep on the street or remain in an abusive situation

Cherry Street Mission - Women's Shelter (for Women)
Toledo, OH - 43624
(419) 242-5141

Each night, Cherry Street provides safe, free shelter for scores of men and women who would otherwise sleep on the street or remain in an abusive situation

Rosemont Center - Crisis Care I (for Girls Ages 12 To 19)
Columbus, OH - 43211
(614) 416-8775

With the help of the individuals, foundations, and corporations who share our mission, Rosemont Center brings help, healing and hope to the youth in our community who need it most.

Rosemont Center - Crisis Care Ii (for Ages 6 To 12)
Columbus, OH - 43211
(614) 416-8794

With the help of the individuals, foundations, and corporations who share our mission, Rosemont Center brings help, healing and hope to the youth in our community who need it most.

Rosemont Center - Pathways (for Ages 6 To 18)
Columbus, OH - 43211
(614) 416-8794

Crisis care for boys and girls age 6-18. Pathways Assessment; foster care; community support program; Helen S. Mason Learning Center.

Rosemont Center - R.o.a.d.s. (for Boys Ages 6 To 12)
Columbus, OH - 43211
(614) 416-8794

The Rhonda Fleming Family Center is a center of compassion for families that is generously sponsored by PATH’s own board member and actress/philanthropist Rhonda Fleming Carlson. Located in the PATH Regional Homeless Center in central LA, the center provides single mothers with children with up to six months of housing in a clean and private room. Families gain access to life-skills training, case management, employment training, healthcare and supportive services. The program also has tutoring and recreational activities for children and is furnished with a lounge, kitchen, dining room, tutoring center and an enclosed outdoor playground.

Access - Step Ii (for Women)
Akron, OH - 44308
(330) 535-2999

The Step II program provides transitional housing for single homeless women with the purpose of meeting the following goals:Establishing residential housing stability.Increasing income and work skill levels.Creating greater self-determination.

The Drop Inn Center - Samaritan Initiative
Cincinnati, OH - 45202
(513) 721-0643
The Drop Inn Center - Transitional Housing
Cincinnati, OH - 45202
(513) 721-0643

Twenty-four transitional housing units are operated by the Drop Inn Center with on-site supportive services. These residences provide an important first step in helping a person transition from homelessness to permanent housing – average stay ranges from 6-24 months. During this time, Engagement Specialists work to develop individual action plans that enhance each client’s life skills and best prepare him or her for obtaining – and maintaining – permanent housing.

Tender Mercies - Transitional Housing (for Mentally Ill)
Cincinnati, OH - 45202
(513) 721-8666

The Transitional Housing Program provides housing to residents at 29 West Twelfth Street. The goal of the program is to work intensively with residents so they will stabilize their symptoms of mental illness and acquire the skills, support network, and stability to function independently in their own housing.

The Drop Inn Center - Permanent Supportive Housing
Cincinnati, OH - 45202
(513) 721-0643

In partnership with community housing providers in Over-the-Rhine, the Drop Inn Center currently is able to provide case management and sobriety support to 55 units of Permanent Support Housing – including Recovery Hotel, buddy’s place and Sharp Village.

The Drop Inn Center - Samaritan Initiative
Cincinnati, OH - 45202
(513) 721-0643
Tender Mercies - Permanent Housing
Cincinnati, OH - 45210
(513) 721-8666

Tender Mercies provides permanent housing in five of our six buildings. Permanent Housing offers independent, community based living for as long as the resident needs a home. Residents obtain case management services, health care, payee services, employment services, and psychiatric services from community agencies. Although numerous services are offered, housing is the main service with 24 hour, seven day a week staffing at four buildings. The other two buildings house more independent residents who need less supervision and support.

Northwestern Ohio Community Action Commission - Single Room Occupancy Apartments
Defiance, OH - 43512
(419) 784-5136
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