Birmingham Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Birmingham, Alabama Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Birmingham, AL and surrounding cities.

We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.

Active Listings In Birmingham Alabama

Salvation Army Shelter

Birmingham, AL 35234
Men, women & children. Picture ID required.
Men Intake 4:00 PM-until full. Women Intake 8:00 AM-until full.
(After hours intake for emergencies.)
No ID required for first night

1. Shelter, Food, Clothing, Counseling for homeless men.

2. Women and Children'
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Pathways - For Women

Birmingham, AL 35203
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.

Here's how we help:

We supply emergency serv
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Birmingham PATH Center

Birmingham, AL 35203
We supply emergency services for homeless women and children – showers, clean clothes and hot meals. Last year, our Day Center served more than 1,200 women and children.

The Day Center is open 365 days a year.
Weekdays 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Weekends and Holidays 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM<
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First Light Women Childrens Shelter and Services

Birmingham, AL 35203
(205) 323-4277
Emergency shelter for homeless women and children; permanent housing for women with disabilities; permanent housing for chronically homeless women. Referrals as necessary; life skills training; serves breakfast, and dinner daily.

Eligibility: Homeless women and children, homeless women wi
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Jessies Place - Homeless Shelter for Women and Children

Birmingham, AL 35203
(205) 323-0170
Due to our desire to protect women and children already in the program, women wanting to enter the program should arrive at Jessie’s Place by 9 a.m., Monday through Friday, to apply and participate in an in-take interview.

Jessie’s Place is the women and children’s shelter of the Jimmie H
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Hope House Residential Youth Shelter

Birmingham, AL 35203
Phone: 252.HOPE (4673)
Teens (13-21). Monday-Friday 10:00 AM-3:00 PM.
Transportation provided to shelter facility.

Residential Youth Shelter
Our shelter provides a safe environment and focuses on the needs of youth ages 12 to 17. We provide immediate access 24 hours a da
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Jimmie Hale Mission Shelter - Shepura Men’s Center

Birmingham, AL 35222
(205) 324-2271
Downtown Jimmie Hale Mission, Inc. is a Christian-based, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, which includes a homeless shelter for men, a shelter for women and children, after-school Bible clubs, recovery programs, learning centers, and thrift stores.

Please bring your online application fr
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Brother Bryan Mission

Birmingham, AL 35203
Homeless Shelter and services for men.

Provides all essentials for daily living, chapel service nightly, NA & AA meetings weekly, programs to improve reading and writing skills.

Eligibility: Desire to stay clean and sober and to return to society as a functional person.
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The Firehouse Shelter

Birmingham, AL 35202
Overnight shelter and day program for adult homeless men.

The Firehouse Shelter serves more homeless men than any agency in the state of Alabama and operates the broadest, most comprehensive continuum of services for Birmingham's homeless. At the heart of our mission are chronic hard-co
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Jimmie Hale Mission

Birmingham, AL 35222
This facility consists of a 160-bed men’s shelter, dining hall, clothing distribution, chapel services, a recovery program, and a learning center for education remediation and career readiness. On average, the dining hall serves over 12,000 meals per month.

Naming opportunities are s
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Changed Lives Christian Center

Birmingham , AL 35204
1.67 miles from city center Birmingham
Homeless transitional housing ministry. 6-24 month program. Meal assistance, job placement assistance, transportation assistance. Monthly free medical clinic. Homeless meal service 3 nights per week.

Description from CLCC website: Changed Lives Christian Center (CLCC) is a Christ-center
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Aletheia House

Birmingham, AL 35201
Men's Services- 201 Finley Ave West 324-6502

Aletheia House is a community-based organization that has been providing substance abuse treatment and prevention services to low-income individuals, and the communities in which they live, since 1972. It is one of Alabama's largest provide
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Bridge Ministries - Homeless Families with Children

Birmingham, AL 35205
(205) 930-0309
Temporary lodging for families with children when all other shelters are full.

* Referral from family shelter required.
Financial assistance from shelter to housing.
By appointment only

Homeless families with children should never stay on the streets, even for one ni
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Fellowship House

Birmingham, AL 35205
Non-Profit Agency funded primarily by the United Way, donations, the Alabama Department of Mental Health, and sliding-scale fees. The house provides a substance abuse recovery program designed to serve the special needs of an individual who suffers from alcoholism, drug addiction and co-occurring di
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Bread and Roses Hospitality House

Birmingham, AL 35205
(205) 324-5220
24 hour shelter to homeless women and children

Temporary shelter for families, case management services.

Eligibility: Homeless families: husband & wife with children; men with children; women with at least on male child, 10 years or older.

Hours: 8:00am to 5:00p
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Catholic Center of Concern

Birmingham, AL 35204
Shelter for all.

The Centers of Concern throughout the Diocese of Birmingham provide direct aid to the poor. These centers are one of the most important ministries of outreach in our Diocese.
A majority of the people who are helped with food, clothing, utilities, and other services
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Hannah Bethany Home - Womens Homeless Shelter

Birmingham, AL 35205
Adult women. Intake 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. Phone referral okay.
Provides shelter, clothes, transportation referral, group and individual counseling.

Eligibility: Women in need may receive shelter if they are willing to participate in setting and attaining goals as well as cooperating with
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Community Kitchens of Birmingham

Birmingham, AL 35212
Those we serve come from a variety of backgrounds. Generally we help children, the unemployed, homeless, the working poor, the disabled, families on welfare, veterans and the elderly whose fixed income is too small. Some of our guests have income. About 25% of our guests are employed part-time or
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The Lighthouse for Recovery Ministries

Birmingham, AL 35212
Resource Management Services for Social Service Organizations and Transitional Resettlement Services for the Homeless, Substance/Alcohol Abuse, Domestic Violence, At-Risk Youth, Veterans and Prison Re-entry, state and federal systems.
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Saint Benedict's Veterans Center

Birmingham, AL 35215
Saint Benedict's is operated by Three Hots and A Cot - Three Hots and A Cot is a 501c3 organization (TAX ID # 26-4355458) formed by veterans to help veterans. Our primary mission is to assist homeless military veterans transition to a self sustained lifestyle.
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YWCA Interfaith Hospitality House for Families

Birmingham, AL 35212
(205) 591-4302
Interfaith Hospitality House
The YWCA operates one of Alabama’s only permanent facilities serving two parent families experiencing homelessness in the state of Alabama. Through the Interfaith Hospitality House, located in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Birmingham, the YWCA offers shelter and supp
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Jefferson-Blount-st. Clair Mental Health/Mental Retardation Authority

Birmingham, AL 35213
(205) 595-4555
The Authority operates a residential program for adults with mental illness, which provides treatment and housing for 90 individuals. This program is comprised of four Transitional homes, four Group homes, and a Brief Intensive Treatment Home providing services to ten peopl
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Foundry Ministries

Bessemer, AL 35020
11.80 miles from city center Birmingham
(205) 425-7737
Mission: To restore hope and rebuild the lives of the addict, the ex-inmate and the destitute through Christ-centered Recovery, Re-Entry and Rescue.

Hours: Mondays through Fridays 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Rescue Programs
The Foundry's Rescue Program provides assistance to margin
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Clay Veterans Center

Center Point, AL 35212
11.87 miles from city center Birmingham
Operated by Three Hots and A Cot Three Hots and A Cot is a 501c3 organization (TAX ID # 26-4355458) formed by veterans to help veterans. Our primary mission is to assist homeless military veterans transition to a self sustained lifestyle
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