Welcome to our Fargo, North Dakota 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 Fargo, ND 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.
Fargo, ND 58103 701-364-0116 The Gladys Ray Shelter is a 35 bed shelter serving adult men and women that have no other options for shelter in the Fargo-Moorhead community. Referrals are made to other shelters if the option exists. GRS opens for shelter services at 6:00 PM and closes at 8:00 AM. The Gladys Ray Veterans Drop-in C See more details
Fargo, ND 58103 701-232-8558 Youthworks Runaway Centers provide comprehensive emergency services to runaway youth and their families, as well as, youth experiencing significant parent/child conflict and provide one-time drop-in, and crisis line services to youth who may be contemplating running away and require or seek only a m See more details
Fargo, ND 58102 701-235-4453 Emergency shelter is available to men, 18 years of age or older. We start screening for beds at 7 AM. Please call 701-235-4453 for more information.For your protection and for those who we serve, we are limiting access to the building. If you are coming for a meal, t See more details
Moorhead, MN 56560 1.78 miles from city center Fargo
218-236-0372 Hours of Operation: Sunday-Saturday, 365 days a year, 8 am-7 pmServices Specific to this Location: We offer a Community Center space free and open to the public as well as two free hot meals daily, and a free Com See more details
Moorhead, MN 56560 1.95 miles from city center Fargo
218-233-5763 The emergency shelter has the capacity to house 13 men who are homeless. We are unique because we operate out of a house and try to maintain a home-like environment for those who walk through our doors. Recognizing that the people we serve have experienced a tremendous amount of trauma, homelessness See more details