Morgantown Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Morgantown, Pennsylvania 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 Morgantown, PA 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.


Active Listings In Morgantown Pennsylvania

Mary's Shelter

Reading, PA 19607
11.24 miles from city center Morgantown
610-603-8010
Our goal is to provide temporary housing, while assisting the young women to coordinate counseling, education and quality prenatal care. The ultimate outcome is having a healthy infant born to a healthy, well-informed mother. The resident and counselor develop a plan of action with attainable goals,
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W.C. Atkinson Shelter and Atkinson Project

Coatesville, PA 19320
12.40 miles from city center Morgantown
(610) 380-6193
22 bed emergency and temporary shelter for men. The emergency shelter is a source of food, shelter, referral and supportive services for those who have lost most or all of their support systems. More than 200 men are sheltered annually.

The residents are provided an address and telephone
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City Gate Shelter

Coatesville, PA 19320
12.43 miles from city center Morgantown
610-383-6934
Emergency shelter is provided for men who must be in shelter by 5 p.m. Religious services are conducted.
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CYWA Gateway Shelter

Coatesville, PA 19320
12.43 miles from city center Morgantown
610-384-9591
The CYWA Gateway Shelter provides temporary shelter and refuge to homeless women and their children, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Women and their children, and single women, seeking help because of poverty, abandonment, abuse, mental health and addiction challenges, receive intensive case manageme
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Opportunity House Homeless Shelter

Reading, PA 19601
13.18 miles from city center Morgantown
610-374-4696
Homeless Shelter is provided for 40 men and 35 women and children. The length of stay is assessed on a case by case basis. Each person is assigned a case manager and together they develop a self sufficiency contract. During the course of their stay if it is determined that mental health and or drug
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Hope Rescue Mission

Reading, PA 19601
13.70 miles from city center Morgantown
(610)375-4224
Emergency Shelter.Housing Services
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The Ministries At MAIN St

Pottstown, PA 19465-7022
13.94 miles from city center Morgantown
610-970-2444
Religious based service which provides a seasonal shelter (fall/winter). Dinner nightly at 10 pm. Breakfast at 7am.

See website for more details.
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BERKS Human Services Coordinator - County Services Center

Reading, PA 19601
13.99 miles from city center Morgantown
19601
This is not a homeless shelter, This is an area homeless resource. If you are in the area of BERKS - Human Services Coordinator, call them for help regarding their Homeless Assistance Programs.
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Good Samaritan Shelter

Phoenixville, PA 19460
19.89 miles from city center Morgantown
610-933-9305
The Good Samaritan Shelter is a Christian ministry that provides emergency and transitional housing and other critical services to homeless men in the greater Phoenixville, PA area.

Our Phoenixville location can hold 8 men in our emergency shelter and an additional 17 in our transitiona
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The House - Phoenixville Women's Outreach

Phoenixville, PA 19460
19.90 miles from city center Morgantown
610-585-3401
In January 2015, Phoenixville Women's Outreach opened'The House'Ěpermanent housing program for homeless and low-income single women in the greater Phoenixville, Pennsylvania area. In addition to safe housing, we provide our residents with support services and counseling to enhance skills, achieve se
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Safe Harbor of Greater West Chester

West Chester, PA 19380
20.25 miles from city center Morgantown
(610)692-6550
Safe Harbor of Chester County is an independent, nonprofit organization providing food, shelter, friendship, counseling and recovery opportunities to help homeless men and women in Chester County, Pennsylvania.

Anyone looking for shelter at Safe Harbor will need to go through ConnectP
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Salvation Army Shelter For Men

West Chester, PA 19382
20.27 miles from city center Morgantown
610-696-8746
Shelter for men.
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CHESTER Chester County Departments of Community Development

West Chester, PA 19382-4541
20.98 miles from city center Morgantown
(610)344-6900
This is not a homeless shelter, This is an area homeless resource. If you are in the area of CHESTER Chester County Departments of Community Development, call them for help regarding their Homeless Assistance Programs.
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His Mission, Inc

Kennett Square, PA 19348
23.72 miles from city center Morgantown
(610) 444-2559
Provides shelter for men, women, and children. Family shelter.
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