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Salvation Army Shelter and Supportive Housing

Quick Facts
What is it? The Salvation Army Supportive Housing Resource Program provides up-to-date information on shelter and supportive housing availability for homeless and displaced clients in the mid-south. Shelter is short term accommodations for those who need a temporary place to stay. Supportive housing is for those who have a mental health or physical diagnosis, are receiving services from a case manager, and have been homeless more than three times in the calendar year. It is preferable that you are already receiving disability income.

What do I get?
This service helps individuals and families who are facing homelessness quickly and easily find available beds. Your situation will be assessed, and the Salvation Army will help you find either emergency short term shelter, or longer term supportive housing if you qualify.

Look Out
Emergency Shelter availability is on a first come, first served basis. You cannot remain in an emergency shelter for more than 3 weeks.