Beavercreek Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Beavercreek, 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 Beavercreek, OH 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.



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Active Listings In Beavercreek Ohio

Mary Queen of Peace House

Dayton, OH 45403
5.95 miles from city center Beavercreek
(937) 938-5784
Office hours: Every day 9am to 9pm.Dayton Catholic Worker Movement operates a peer-supported house of hospitality for homeless men and women. The Dayton Catholic Worker Movement operates a house of hospitality for six homeless guests labeled working poor, mentally ill, e
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Bridges of Hope

Xenia, OH 45385
6.88 miles from city center Beavercreek
937-708-8286
Intake Hours: 6:00 to 7:00 pm each night. We are open each night until 7:00 am. Guests can come to the door between 6 and 7 pm to register and receive a bed and an evening meal. Breakfast is offered in the morning before exit. The shelter is open every
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Daybreak

Dayton, OH 45402
6.94 miles from city center Beavercreek
(877) 833-3199
Our shelter is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week for youth ages 10 to 21. We provide youth with a safe place to sleep, three meals a day, and nutritious snacks. We also provide personal care items, clothing, and bus fare for transportation to school and/or work.
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YWCA of Dayton

Dayton, OH 45402
7.04 miles from city center Beavercreek
937-222-7233
This is an excellent shelter, with many programs available for different needs. The YWCA Dayton operates Montgomery County's only shelter for victims of domestic violence. In addition, we co-sponsor and staff the 24-hour Domestic Violence Hotline. Our confidential services are available
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St. Vincent de Paul Dayton

Dayton, OH 45417
7.13 miles from city center Beavercreek
(937) 222-7349
St. Vincent de Paul operates two 24-hour emergency homeless shelters. The St. Vincent de Paul Gateway Shelter for Women and Families serves single women and families with children. The St. Vincent de Paul Gettysburg Gateway serves single men. Both shelters provide three meals daily, clothing, person
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Schneider House of Hope/IHN

Xenia, OH 45385
7.65 miles from city center Beavercreek
937-372-0705
The Schneider House of Hope Office hours are from 8:00 AM to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday except for holidays. Open to families with children. call for appt to apply for residency. housing is dormitory style and 3 meals are served daily.   See more details

Mission of Hope Day Shelter

Middletown, OH 45042
22.79 miles from city center Beavercreek
(513) 217-2027
Homeless Day Center.
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Clinton County Homeless Shelter

Wilmington, OH 45177
23.03 miles from city center Beavercreek
(937) 382-6272
The Clinton County Homeless Shelter provides emergency shelter, compassionate care and support to the homeless and underprivileged remembering that each resident is a person of worth regardless of age, creed, race, sex or personality.The Clinton County Homeless Shelter can provide emergen
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Women and Children's Shelter Clinton County

Wilmington, OH 45177
23.04 miles from city center Beavercreek
(937) 382-6272
The Women and Children's Shelter is located at 36 Gallup Street in Wilmington. This property is our flagship location and first opened in 1988. It houses women, children and also has a couple of family rooms.
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Middletown Hope House

Middletown, OH 45044
23.42 miles from city center Beavercreek
5138492025
Shelter for MenHope HouseUp to 45 men are welcomed as guests each night in our clean, safe shelter. The men are assigned a bed and meet with a case manager to discuss their needs. While providing men clean, safe shelter is critical, we know that long-term success is only a
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SHALOM - Serving the Homeless with Alternate Lodging Of Middletown

Middletown , OH 45044
23.55 miles from city center Beavercreek
513-423-7821
S.H.A.L.O.M. is a Winter time, night time only, church based homeless shelter. S.H.A.L.O.M. is currently in operation during the months of December - March. S.H.A.L.O.M. does not have the facilities to house during the daytime. Our guests must sign in each day at 4pm at the S.H.A.L.O.M. office wh
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The Caring Kitchen

Urbana, OH 43078
30.84 miles from city center Beavercreek

Emergency Shelter    Case management with referrals to other professional agencies    On-site emergency shelter    Tutoring    Social activities    Three meals a day   
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