Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program Mesa - Mesa I HELP - Mesa, AZ

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5946 E University Dr
Mesa, AZ 85205
: (480) 654-4539
: http://www.lss-sw.org/

REVIEWS: 3

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    2019-02-19 17:15:36
    I want to say that the person above seems to have facts mixed up. The set rules for the IHELPs are clear. Respect others and dont put yourself above even those who serve you from their hearts. As far as I know, transportation is available after hours for especially those who work. When it is a short distance, walk. God only knows thousands of happier housed results have come from complying with rules and having a generous heart for others.
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    2019-02-09 01:32:25
    From personal experience i found this organization to be nothing but a different place to lay your head every night. This program is very disorganized and gives preference and privilege to those they choose. There is no set rules and regulations set forth for consumers to follow. This organization is supposed to be a safe haven from mental and physical violence however, repeat offenders of such behavior are allowed not only to stay as they intimidate others but after they have been removed from the program due to these actions they are also allowed to return while there victim is still present in the program. This program also deters an individual from work because they choose to write them up for arriving late after work because they need to take the bus and or walk due to not being picked up although the program has a van for such reasons.
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    2019-01-22 10:52:29
    Ihelp was there for me in time of emergency for shelter, prayer support, and resources when I really felt devastated. Thanks, ihelp

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Description: In partnership with community churches, provides shelter to single homeless women without children seven nights per week. With the help of program staff, women develop Life Plans which include goals that assist them to locate employment and safe and stable housing.


Volunteers Requests by Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program Mesa - Mesa I HELP: Volunteers are accepted. Volunteers provide life skills classes, assist with the gathering of resources and work with congregational volunteers at the shelter sites.


Donation Requests by Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program Mesa - Mesa I HELP: Financial donations are most helpful. However, bus passes, gift cards for fuel and discount stores also help.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2017-06-05


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Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

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