Port Cities Rescue Mission Men's Emergency Shelter - Port Arthur, TX

Contact information

900 6th St
Port Arthur, TX 77640
: (409) 982-0202
: http://www.pcrmm.org/

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Description: Services:
Emergency Shelter/Food
Essential Services/Case Management
Transportation/Life Skills/Residential Drug and Alcohol Recover Services
Homeless Prevention/Essential Services through collaboration with area/local agencies

Men's Emergency Shelter
This facility is located at 1001 6th St. and 624 Mobile Ave. This Facility provides shelter for up to 18 men on any given night.

Women's Emergency Shelter
This facility is located at 531 Atlanta Ave. This Facility provides shelter for up to 10 single women on any given night.

Family Center - 900 6th St.
Providing shelter to families with or without children and those with disabilities. Facility includes 10 bedrooms, dining and laundry facilities.

Magdalene Transitional Housing Project
This facility is located at 530 Waco Ave. It provides shelter for 18 men in the area's first Residential Recovery Program addressing the issue of chemical dependency as it relates to homelessness and self-sufficiency in a positive manner by providing continued recovery, job training and placement, budgeting, combined with neccessary life skills to become a productive citizen in society.

The Light House Apartments I and II
Located at the following locations:
849 5th Street and 2132 Procter. Provides permanent housing for those completing the Magdalene Transitional Housing Project, those Emergency Shelter clients meeting requiremnets, as well as people of our community.

Duplex
The Duplex's are located at 845 6th St 837 6th St 1001 6th St. The Mission has 3 (1) bedroom duplexes for residents and people of the community who are in need of permanet shelter but have had a hard time finding housing in our community because of their background or financial situation.

This-N-That
This facility is located at 531 Mobile Ave. This-N-That is a thrift store that is filled with donations and contributions from the commmunity and other sponsor of Port Cities Rescue Mission. We allow the residents to get whatever they may need from clothes, furniture, toys, etc. All other donations are sold at lesser value to the community.

32 - Bed Facility
This facility is located at 603 5th Street. and is currently being occupied by Jefferson County Adult Day Center, this facility is used for all events, meetings, holiday gatherings, etc....

Providing Needed Programs
Combatting the cycle of homelessness by resolving the underlying issues



Do you have items to donate? Contact Port Cities Rescue Mission Men's Emergency Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


Important:
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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Do you have items to donate? Contact Port Cities Rescue Mission Men's Emergency Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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