Cedar Rapids Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Cedar Rapids, Iowa 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 Cedar Rapids, IA 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 Cedar Rapids Iowa

Madge Phillips Center Waypoint

Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
319-366-7999
Providing women and their children with secure housing and stabilizing resources, Waypoint's Madge Phillips Center Shelter (MPC) helps those in crisis rebuild their lives. Since opening in 1995, MPC has served as a vital community resource, providing emergency overnight shelter for homeless women an
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St. John of the Cross - Catholic Worker House

Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
319-362-9041
shelter for women, children, and married couples. Can stay up to 6 weeks. Cannot remain in shelter during the day. Only for evenings.
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Willis Dady Emergency Shelter

Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
319-362-7555
Emergency shelter for all. Evening shelter only during the week. Call for details.
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Closed - Cedar House Shelter

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
319-364-2630
NOTE: This shelter has closed. Emergency shelter for all. Can stay up to 25 days, but there is a fee (currently $3) after the first 5 days. The Cedar House provides emergency shelter services for homeless men and women (with or without children). Check out our website for full deta
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Mission of Hope Shelter

Cedar Rapids , IA 52403
1.02 miles from city center Cedar Rapids
319-365-0502
24/7 emergency shelter accepting adult males, including former offenders and those who've been drinking. First three days free, $3/day thereafter. Nightly curfew is 6 pm. Supper meal served each evening. Residents required to do daily chores. Regular meetings with staff to determine progress made. V
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Foundation 2

Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
319-366-8797
shelter for youths ages 11 - 17. Provides meals, counseling, schooling, health care.
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American Red Cross

Cedar Rapids, IA 52410
319-393-3500
Emergency shelter for people who are victims of natural disaster or fires.
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Shelter House Iowa City

Iowa City, IA 52240
24.73 miles from city center Cedar Rapids
319-351-0326
Shelter House is Johnson County, Iowa's only general use homeless shelter, providing transitional shelter to men, women, and children, including the disabled the elderly. Shelter House has a 70 bed capacity. Our mission is to provide shelter, basic, and transitional resources, while e
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Homeless News

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