Catholic Charities Daybreak Center - Joliet, IL

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Joliet, IL 60432
: 815-774-HOME

Catholic Charities Daybreak Center - Joliet, IL

120 bed emergency shelter for individuals and families offering case management, employment, education, and other supportive services.

For non locals -  7 days a week  lunch 11-12:30 pm and showers from 12:30 M-F   ( NO SHOWERS ON THE WEEKEND)

(Anyone who has lived in Will County or the surrounding counties for 6 months or longer can stay full time)

Some participants in the program are in need of short-term housing, as a result of a situational crisis. Others need support services as they work to reestablish permanent housing.

Homelessness prevention services are also provided to individuals and families who are at risk of losing their homes.

(Residents from outside of the Will County area are limited to a three day stay at the shelter. Also, youth under the age of 18 are not admitted except when accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.)

Volunteers Requests by Catholic Charities Daybreak Center: We gladly accept individuals and groups to help in many areas of our shelter and other programs. Please call the number above and ask to speak with our Volunteer Coordinator.

Donation Requests by Catholic Charities Daybreak Center: Hygiene products, food, furniture, household goods, diapers, baby formula, new and gently used clothing and shoes for men, women and children.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2015-12-07

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    2014-03-10 11:03:00
    From the first time ever hearing of this organization, I found a family of nine members, running a highly efficient food bank. However, as I walked through their small warehouse, I was amazed to find not only food, but also clothing, furniture and the or

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