Welcome to our Toledo, Ohio 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 Toledo, OH 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.
Toledo, OH 43607 (419) 321-1835 24/7 facilities where we serve women who come to us at all hours of the day for help. The Sparrow's Nest is a 54 bed facility. The first floor is primarily used in service to those who are in emergency need or are candidates for our Ready For Life (RFL) Program. The second floor is used See more details
Toledo, OH 43604 419-242-5505 Largest shelter for families who are homeless in northwest Ohio. Shelter and food provided, as well as intensive, individualized case management and supportive services.
The goal at Family House is to help families in crisis to find permanent housing, to regain control over their lives See more details
Toledo, OH 43604 419-243-0403 Women's and children's shelter. This shelter is run by the Toledo Gospel Rescue Mission.At Rebeka's Haven we provide hope and the possibility of a new life to homeless and needy women with children.At 124 20th St. we offer shelter for homeless women with small children. Each See more details
Toledo, OH 43604 419-242-6642 Men's Shelter: 419-242-6642Rebekah's Haven: 419-243-0403Outreach Center: 419-478-1005Men's Shelter. At the men's shelter we provide night-to-night shelter for homeless men who are over eighteen years of age. Men desiring to st See more details
Toledo, OH 43614 419-214-3007 Mission: Cherry Street Mission Ministries (Cherry Street) mission serves all who come to us in need, and provides purposeful discipleship by rescuing the downtrodden, restoring hope to the hopeless, and releasing God's greatness to our communities. Cherry Street has been a guiding light for thousand See more details
Toledo, OH 43604 419-255-5520 St. Paul's offers a variety of programs targeted to helping individuals in need. For the Shelter, call 211 and follow the prompts, for the Lunch Program and Supportive Services, just walk-in during designated hours, for the Payee Program, call 419 255 5520 ext. 215St. Paul's specializes See more details
Toledo, OH 43604 419-241-9277 Mission: To help homeless women and families regain independence.Beach House Family Shelter provides refuge to those who have nowhere
else to go. We offer clean beds, meals, showers, washers and dryers, and
personal hygiene items. Our residents also receive tr See more details
Toledo, OH 43609 (419) 244-5931 Intakes for La Posada are processed through the United Way. For immediate assistance, please dial 2-1-1 from any landline or 1-800-650-HELP to connect with an information and referral specialist. To speak with a La Posada staff member, dial 419-244-5931 f See more details
Monroe, MI 48161 19.48 miles from city center Toledo
(734)241-0440 Family Manor is a Christian based emergency shelter for families, single men with children, or single women who are in need of temporary housing for up to 11 families and 4 single women. Qualifying individuals or families are eligible for up to 90 days stay per calendar year to begin to rebuild thei See more details
Monroe, MI 48161 19.53 miles from city center Toledo
734-242-4266 Menís Emergency Shelter up to 90 days Shelter for up to 32 men.Men should be working or looking for work. No alcohol or substance abuse is tolerated. The program reserves the right to do alcohol and drug screens. Clients using methadone must have document See more details
Bowling Green, OH 43402 20.48 miles from city center Toledo
419-352-1545 Services Include: 24-hour Access to Advocacy and Support; Crisis Intervention; Emergency Safe Housing; Safety Planning; Information and Referrals; Provision of emergency clothing, food, and basic needs; Transportation; Support Groups, Assistance with Civil Protection Orders; Court Advocacy, Medical See more details