Mother Teresa Shelter & Transitional Housing For Men - Corpus Christi, TX

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513 Sam Rankin St
Corpus Christi, TX 78401
: Phone: (361) 883-7372

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Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Monday - Friday)
Assisting the homeless during the day which includes breakfast, snacks, lockers, showers and laundry facilities, phone and internet service, blankets, jackets, and clothing, first aid, referral services, and CONTINUUM of Care Program (COC).

Transitional Housing for Men

1605 Mestina St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401-2621
Phone: 361-904-0377
Fax: 361-904-0885

Provides a community based program combines transitional housing, and supportive services which are intended to create permanent housing and individual self-sufficiency. This initiative solidifies our vision of delivering holistic services all under one roof.

The Mother Teresa Transitional Housing has a capacity of 24 private bedrooms; our residents share common areas such as restrooms, showers, laundry facilities, kitchen, and recreation areas. In addition, supportive services and workshops are provided; i.e. rental counseling, Fair Housing, budget and money management, saving for permanent housing, anger management, nutrition and cooking classes, drug and alcohol prevention, workshops for the development of social skills needed for re-entering back into society, assistance with locating employment, and opportunities are made available for those wanting to return to school.

Our Transitional Housing program specializes in serving homeless single men with serious enough barriers, resulting in getting or keeping permanent housing. It provides an ample period for stabilization, learning, and planning, all which are needed if they are ultimately to leave homelessness and stay housed. Most individuals may already have a history of leaving homelessness for housing but not being able to maintain permanent housing, or some may have characteristics that are known to lower the probabilities of being able to maintain housing without support.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Mother Teresa Shelter & Transitional Housing For Men at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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