Bowling Green Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Bowling Green, Ohio 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 Bowling Green, OH and surrounding cities.



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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 Bowling Green Ohio

Cocoon Shelter - Domestic Violence Shelter

Bowling Green, OH 43402
419-352-1545
Services Include: 24-hour Access to Advocacy and Support; Crisis Intervention; Emergency Safe Housing; Safety Planning; Information and Referrals; Provision of emergency clothing, food, and basic needs; Transportation; Support Groups, Assistance with Civil Protection Orders; Court Advocacy, Medical
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Interfaith Hospitality Network of Metro Toledo

Toledo, OH 43609
18.76 miles from city center Bowling Green
(419)242-5166
Emergency Shelter Families Only.

Family Promise empowers families to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, while providing mission opportunities for individuals and faith-based communities.
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La Posada Family Emergency Shelter

Toledo, OH 43609
18.79 miles from city center Bowling Green
(419) 244-5931
La Posada Family Emergency Shelter offers temporary housing and supportive services to homeless families of all faiths in the Toledo area.  Direct services through La Posada include shelter, food, clothing, personal hygiene products and case management.

Catholic Charities’ staff empo
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Family House - Family Shelter and Services

Toledo, OH 43604
19.67 miles from city center Bowling Green
419-242-5505
Largest shelter for families who are homeless in northwest Ohio. Shelter and food provided, as well as intensive, individualized case management and supportive services.

The goal at Family House is to help families in crisis to find permanent housing, to regain control over their lives
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Cherry Street Mission Toledo

Toledo, OH 43614
20.09 miles from city center Bowling Green
419-242-5141
Mission: Cherry Street Mission Ministries (Cherry Street) mission serves all who come to us in need, and provides purposeful discipleship by rescuing the downtrodden, restoring hope to the hopeless, and releasing God's greatness to our communities. Cherry Street has been a guiding light for thousand
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St. Paul's Community Center

Toledo, OH 43604
20.18 miles from city center Bowling Green
419-255-5520
St. Paul’s offers a variety of programs targeted to helping individuals in need. For the Shelter, call 211 and follow the prompts, for the Lunch Program and Supportive Services, just walk-in during designated hours, for the Payee Program, call 419 255 5520 ext. 215

St. Paul’s speciali
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Rebekah's Haven

Toledo, OH 43604
20.21 miles from city center Bowling Green
419-243-0403
Women's and children's shelter. This shelter is run by the Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission.

At Rebekah’s Haven we provide hope and the possibility of a new life to homeless and needy women with children.

At 124 20th St. we offer shelter for homeless women with small children. Ea
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Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission

Toledo, OH 43604
20.21 miles from city center Bowling Green
(419) 241-6579
Men's Shelter. The Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission was established in April of 1955. Capacity was a mere 20 men. For many years the mission served quietly, an unknown entity to the majority of the population of Toledo. This trend continued until recently when God chose to expand the vision of TGRM thro
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Beach House Family Shelter

Toledo, OH 43604
20.72 miles from city center Bowling Green
419-241-9277
Intake for shelters in Lucas County are processed through the United Way. For immediate assistance, please dial 2-1-1 from any landline or 1-800-650-HELP to connect with an Information & Referral Specialist. Call 419-241-9277 ext. 102 for all other program & service inquiries; email & vo
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Beach House Family Shelter

Toledo, OH 43604
20.73 miles from city center Bowling Green
419-241-9277
Mission: To help homeless women and families regain independence.

Serves: women; men or women with children; couples.

Intake for shelters in Lucas County are processed through the United Way. For immediate assistance, please dial 2-1-1 from any landline or 1-800-650-HELP to con
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The City Mission of Findlay

Findlay, OH 45840
23.09 miles from city center Bowling Green
(419)423-9151
Residential Services.
All services to those who stay at the City Mission are provided without charge. The Refuge, Life House and Next Steps programs are available for both men and women. These programs are designed to build upon one another to give residents more time to address life issues.   See more details

Salvation Army Manor House

Monroe, MI 48161
27.37 miles from city center Bowling Green
(734)241-0440
Emergency Shelter
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