Peekskill Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Peekskill, New York 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 Peekskill, NY 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 Peekskill New York

CHHOP Peekskill - Caring for the Hungry and Homeless of Peekskill

Peekskill, NY 10566
914-736-2636
CHHOP is open 365 days a year 24 hours a day.The mission of Caring for the Homeless of Peekskill Inc. (CHOP) is to alleviate hunger and homelessness in our community by providing temporary housing for homeless adults, and by referring clients to appropriate agencies in order to help them
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Rockland County Department of Social Services

Pomona, NY 10970
10.63 miles from city center Peekskill
845-364-3100
Prevention of homelessness by providing help to secure temporary and permanent housing including immediate shelter in emergency situations. After Hours call the Rockland County Sheriff's Office at (845) 638-5400.
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Catholic Charities of Newburgh NY

Newburgh, NY 12550
15.63 miles from city center Peekskill
845-561-1665
Offers help in finding temporary shelter. If there is no shelter available, they will provide motel vouchers. Also assists recently homeless/low-income people in need of basic furniture and household items. Hours: Mon - Fri 9:00 am-5:00 pm
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The Grasslands Homeless Shelter

Valhalla, NY 10595
16.50 miles from city center Peekskill
(914) 231-4200
Shelter for homeless men, women, and couples without children. Capacity: 149 beds. Call for referral information.
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Lifting Up Westchester

White Plains, NY 10601
18.45 miles from city center Peekskill
(914) 949-3098
Lifting Up Westchester restores hope to Westchester County’s men, women and children in need by providing them with food, shelter and support and lifting them to greater self-sufficiency with dignity and respect. For almost four decades, Lifting Up Westch
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Samaritan House Shelter White Plains

White Plains, NY 10601
19.29 miles from city center Peekskill
(914) 948-3075
Samaritan House provides temporary shelter and rehabilitative services to homeless women suffering from substance abuse, mental illness, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS and those just out of prison on parole. 19-bed shelter provides comprehensive services as well as individualized treat
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Westchester Coalition for the Hungry & Homeless Inc.

White Plains, NY 10603
19.43 miles from city center Peekskill
(914)682-2737
Emergency Shelter
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Open Arms Men's Shelter

White Plains, NY 10601
19.61 miles from city center Peekskill
914-948-5044
Open Arms provides a full range of shelter and rehabilitative services for up to 38 single, homeless men 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The shelter also operates an Emergency Center where individuals who would otherwise have to spend their nights on the streets can receive emergency overnight shelt
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Westchester County Department of Social Services

White Plains, NY 10601
19.67 miles from city center Peekskill
914-995-5000
Provides the referrals for temporary shelter to homeless families, singles, and childless couples in the county. The office has a contractual relationship with not-for-profit agencies for the provision of case management services, shelter facilities, transitional residences, and emergency apartments
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Family Promise of Bergen County

Ridgewood, NJ 07450
23.72 miles from city center Peekskill
201-833-8009
Emergency Shelter for homeless working families. The Family Promise Network is a sheltering program for homeless families with dependent children, accommodating up to 14 people at a time. Local congregations host the families overnight on a weekly rotating basis. Volunteers from hos
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YMCA Temporary Shelter For Men Kingdom Christian Cultural Center

Yonkers, NY 10701
24.39 miles from city center Peekskill
914-963-2626
Temporary Homeless Shelter for men due to the closing of the Sharing Community Men's Drop In Center. Up to 50 men can be provided food and shelter at a time at this shelter location. If they reach capacity, people in need will be provided transportation to anot
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Shelter for the Homeless New Covenant House of Hospitality (soup kitchen)

Stamford, CT 6904
25.24 miles from city center Peekskill
(203)964-8228
Soup Kitchen and Day Shelter. We are open every day to the public and provide three meals daily to anyone hungry. We also have a food pantry program that distributes bagged groceries to individual and families every Tuesday each month. New Covenant House is the only soup kitchen in the
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Pacific House Shelter

Stamford, CT 06902
25.95 miles from city center Peekskill
203-348-2792
24 hours a day, 7 days a week, food - breakfast and dinner. Pacific House is a men's emergency shelter which typically serves 60-85 men each night but often serves 100 or more men during the winter months. It operates 365 days, 24 hours per day, and provides breakfast and
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St Lukes Lifework Womens Shelter

Stamford, CT 06902
26.05 miles from city center Peekskill
(203) 388-0170 ā€ˇ
St. Luke's LifeWorks is one of the largest providers of services to the homeless in Connecticut and the largest in lower Fairfield County. In total, we house approximately 240 people each night and serve 500-600 people each year. he second is the scope of people whom we serve. By servin
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The Oasis Shelter New Rochelle

New Rochelle, NY 10801
26.98 miles from city center Peekskill
(914) 235-2607
A 32 bed shelter which offers temporary shelter, clean bedding, and three meals per day for men and women who are faced with homelessness. The shelter is also handicapped accessible. Men and women allowed. Oasis will continue to operate in its normal capacity as an emergency overnigh
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Bergen County Community Action Crisis Services

Hackensack, NJ 07601
27.16 miles from city center Peekskill
201-488-5100
The 1st Stop Program provides a single point of entry for low-income families to access life changing public benefits. Available services include comprehensive needs assessment, benefit screening, information and referral, case management. advocacy, counseling and follow-up. Services
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Hudson River Lodging - Gannett House Program

Poughkeepsie, NY 12603
27.53 miles from city center Peekskill
(845) 452-0019
Gannett House addresses the basic needs of homeless individuals and families that are placed in emergency housing at Hudson River Lodging, located at 389 Manchester Road in LaGrange. Individuals and families must apply for placement through the Dutchess County Department of Social Services. Gannett
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Hill Top Haven Family Shelter

Paterson, NJ 07522
28.28 miles from city center Peekskill
(973) 279-2333
A residential shelter for homeless families (women and their children). Residents receive sleeping accommodations and three meals per day, as well as assistance with finding permanent housing and services. Arrangements are made for residents to receive employment opportunities, mental health treatme
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St. Paul's Community Development Corp - Emergency Men's Shelter

Paterson, NJ 07501
28.38 miles from city center Peekskill
(973)278-7900
Emergency shelter, clothing, and food are provided to homeless men at a capacity of 40 beds. For men entering the shelter, a comprehensive assessment is done to determine what is needed beyond the immediate night off the street. Referrals are provided for housing, employment, mental health services
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Sheltering Arms Affordable Housing For Homeless Families

Paterson, NJ 07505
28.87 miles from city center Peekskill
(201) 684 - 5998
Affordable housing for homeless families. Must be homeless & head of household must be disabled. Residents are chosen based on their expected rate of success in this type of housing program. Medical and dental care for residents, day care services, after school programs, and recreational activities
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Eva's Village Shelter, Addiction Treatment, Soup Kitchen

Paterson, NJ 07501
29.10 miles from city center Peekskill
973-523-6220
Has a men's shelter 40 beds, women's shelter 36 beds and shelter for women with children 18 mothers and up to 42 children. Eva's Village is a uniquely progressive and comprehensive non-profit social service organization dedicated to fighting homelessness and poverty. Our mission is to
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Passaic County Interfaith Hospitality Network

Paterson, NJ 07501
29.16 miles from city center Peekskill

Emergency Shelter
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