Washington Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Washington, Connecticut 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 Washington, CT 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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NEW MILFORD SHELTER COALITION

New Milford, CT 06776
6.28 miles from city center Washington
(860) 354-5583
Winter emergency shelter program operated by a collaborative of local churches runs from late fall to spring. People seeking shelter should call for the shelter location of the week. Shelter location will change as each participating church takes a turn hosting the shelter. Shelter is open to sober
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Home of Hope, Inc.

Waterbury, CT 06710
14.46 miles from city center Washington
2037689744
Home of Hope is a faith-based, nonprofit organization whose purpose is to identify and meet the social-environmental needs of our community. Home of Hope offers Counseling Services to individuals in the Greater Waterbury area. Home of Hope also has a separate Transitional Housing Program for familie
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Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury

Waterbury, CT 06702
14.70 miles from city center Washington
203-575-0388
Safe Haven is NOT a homeless shelter. We provide EMERGENCY shelter for women and their children who are victims of domestic violence.
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SALVATION ARMY - SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND DIVISION, EMERGENCY SHELTER FOR FAMILIES

Waterbury, CT 06702
14.70 miles from city center Washington
(203) 756-1718
Shelter for families.
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FISH OF TORRINGTON

Torrington, CT 06790
14.91 miles from city center Washington
(860) 482-7300
Emergency shelter accepts single adults and families with children. Intake hours: M-Sun: 9am-11pm. No one admitted after 11pm without police escort. The shelter can only accommodate one family at a time with up to four children. Length of stay can be up to 90 days; however, veterans can stay for up
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ST. VINCENT DE PAUL MISSION OF WATERBURY - SHELTER

Waterbury, CT 06706
15.09 miles from city center Washington
(203) 573-9018
Our Homeless Shelter is the largest in CT and provides men, women and families with a secure sleeping environment seven nights a week. The facility is open to families on a 24 hour basis. Guests staying at the Shelter receive a shower, breakfast and dinner, clothing vouchers to the St Vincent DePaul
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Jericho Overflow Homeless Shelter

Danbury, CT 06810
17.67 miles from city center Washington
(203) 797-8606 ‎
This is an overflow homeless shelter. It is not open all year long. Generally during the winter it opens up. Check out the website for current news and whether or not the shelter is currently open and accepting people.
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City of Danbury Emergency Shelter

Danbury, CT 06810
17.97 miles from city center Washington
203796-1661
20 bed shelter, 30 day stay for free. 5 beds for women, 5 beds dedicated to homeless veterans, 10 beds for males - all over the age of 18. Support services offered by various social service agencies/organizations. Will assist in placement for drug and alcohol abuse.
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New Street Homeless Shelter

Danbury, CT 06810
17.99 miles from city center Washington
(203) 796-1661
Hours of operation: 9 PM9 AM Homeless shelter for 18 and older. Emergency Shelter services for homeless adults without children. Thirty (30) days maximum stay. Admission criteria must be met. Services include: Kitchen Shower & bathroom
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DOROTHY DAY HOSPITALITY HOUSE

Danbury, CT 06810
18.00 miles from city center Washington
(203) 743-7988
Homeless Shelter and Soup Kitchen.
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Harmony House Shelter

Danbury, CT 06810
18.17 miles from city center Washington
(203)748-5689
(203)748-5689 ext.145. Females ages 18 and older.
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St. Vincent de Paul Mission Shelter

Bristol, CT 06010
18.84 miles from city center Washington
(860) 589-0702
Shelter for men and women. There is also a dorm set aside for women with children. No walk-ins. You must call and be put on the waiting list before entrance will be granted. This is a sober shelter. You must be out of the shelter by 7:30 am Monday through Saturday and 8:30 am on Sunday. You have to
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WINCHESTER EMERGENCY SHELTER

Winchester, CT 06098
23.49 miles from city center Washington
(860) 379-0708
YMCA emergency shelter.
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Christian Community Action Inc

New Haven, CT 06519
29.77 miles from city center Washington
203-777-7848
Food Pantry / Neighborhood Services - Hillside Family Shelter - LifeWorks Center - Mothers for Justice - Advocacy and Education Project - Stepping Stone Transitional Housing Program - Thanksgiving Distribution - Advocacy - Children's Programs Emergency shelter for families with at least
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Hillside Family Shelter

New Haven, CT 06519
29.78 miles from city center Washington
(203) 777-7172
Family homeless shelter.
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COLUMBUS HOUSE

New Haven, CT 06519
29.92 miles from city center Washington
(203) 401-4400
Homeless shelter for anyone 18 years of age and older.
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Columbus House

New Haven, CT 06519
29.95 miles from city center Washington
(203)773-9673
Emergency shelter - Overflow shelter - Transitional Housing - Permanent Support Housing - Street Outreach - Case Management. Emergency shelter for single adults with a 90 day maximum stay; intake hours for women are 4-6pm daily for women and 4:30pm for men. Cedar Street Overflow Shelter provi
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COLUMBUS HOUSE - OVERFLOW SHELTER

New Haven, CT 06511
30.17 miles from city center Washington
(203) 782-3525
Homeless shelter for anyone 18 years of age and older.
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CareWays

New Haven, CT 06519
30.23 miles from city center Washington
203-492-4873
CareWays Shelter is a part of New Reach, Inc. CareWays accepts families with a female head of household. If you are in need of shelter, please contact 211.
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Martha's Place

New Haven, CT 06519
30.27 miles from city center Washington
203-624-5789
Martha's Place is a part of New Reach, Inc. Martha's Place accepts single women and families with a female head of household. If you are in need of shelter, please contact 211.
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Emergency Shelter Management Services

New Haven, CT 06511
30.36 miles from city center Washington
(203) 777-2522
The ESMS program specializes in providing shelter and services for homeless men operating a 75-bed facility. Client check-in starts at 4:00 pm and wake up is 7am with all clients departing shelter by 7:30 am. We are Connecticut largest All Male Homeless shelter. Hours o
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