Oneonta Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Oneonta, Alabama 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 Oneonta, AL 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 Oneonta Alabama

Big Oak ranch Girls Facility

Springville, AL 35147
10.40 miles from city center Oneonta
(205) 467-6226
Big Oak Girls' Ranch is located on 325 acres about six miles from Springville, Alabama. The Girls' Ranch includes nine residential homes, a transitional apartment home, gymnasium, equine center, and swimming pool. But mostly, the Girls' Ranch is a place of love, security and safety—three things few
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Clay Veterans Center - Three Hots & A Cot

Center Point, AL 35212
23.34 miles from city center Oneonta
For Homeless VeteransOperated by Three Hots and A Cot Three Hots and A Cot is a 501c3 organization (TAX ID # 26-4355458) formed by veterans to help veterans. Our primary mission is to assist homeless military veterans transition to a self sustained lifestyle
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The Lovelady Center

Birmingham, AL 35206
29.67 miles from city center Oneonta
(205) 833-7410
Transitional housing for women and children9 - 12 month faith based programprison re-entry programsEmpowering women, through faith-based initiatives, so they can return to society as well equipped women of God. The program is about empowerment,
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YWCA Interfaith Hospitality House for Families

Birmingham, AL 35212
31.62 miles from city center Oneonta
(205) 591-4302
Interfaith Hospitality HouseThe YWCA operates one of Alabama’s only permanent facilities serving two parent families experiencing homelessness in the state of Alabama. Through the Interfaith Hospitality House, located in the Woodlawn neighborhood of Birmingham, the YWCA offers shelter and supp
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Community Kitchens of Birmingham

Birmingham, AL 35212
31.72 miles from city center Oneonta
Those we serve come from a variety of backgrounds. Generally we help children, the unemployed, homeless, the working poor, the disabled, families on welfare, veterans and the elderly whose fixed income is too small. Some of our guests have income. About 25% of our guests are employed part-time or
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Salvation Army of Greater Birmingham Emergency Shelter

Birmingham, AL 35234
33.92 miles from city center Oneonta
Men, women & children. Picture ID required.Men Intake 4:00 PM-until full. Women Intake 8:00 AM-until full.(After hours intake for emergencies.)No ID required for first night1. Shelter, Food, Clothing, Counseling for homeless men. 2. Women and Children'
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