Women and Children's Emergency Overnight Shelter - Eureka, CA

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107 3rd St.
Eureka, CA 95501
: Phone: (707) 443-5016
: http://eurekarescuemission.org/-_Services_-/Womans_Shelter.html
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Description: Emergency shelter and transitional housing. Intake before 5:00pm (preferably) or later in case of emergency.

Shelter Hours:
Open 7 days a week / Closed Sat. between 8am & 2pm

Breakfast: Tuesday between 8am & 9am
Dinner/Chapel: Every evening at 5:00pm
Showers & Clothing Exchange:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 2 & 3pm

Requirements to stay at Women's Shelter

You must be a female with or without kids the age of 12 years and under
You must have picture identification.
You must be sober. We use a breathalyzer.
You need to be polite and courteous to other guests and staff.
Violence of any kind will not be tolerated.
Racist comments or behavior will not be tolerated.
Treat the facility (building and equipment) with respect

The Women & Children's Shelter provides a sober, structured environment with daily responsibilities and Bible study. The length of stay varies as to the needs of the individual. An interview and picture ID are required to utilize services at the shelter. An interview may be scheduled at 4:45pm any day of the week. Here in the Women and Children's Shelter, we get to experience God's transforming power in hearts and lives as ladies take refuge in our care. They learn to save their money, pay their bills, connect with services, find employment, and acquire skills they need to continue on in support of themselves and their families. We are able to provide so much more than just a roof; we create an atmosphere where women can learn how to be accountable, responsible, think through issues and how to better relate to other people. The key aspect, the most important and meaningful part of this ministry for our guests, is solid and consistent exposure to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. During our chapel service, women are given the choice and gift of learning about what Christ has done for us, and who He really is; they are given a chance to really live! Our purpose is to provide food, shelter, clothing and showers in order to have an opportunity to meet the spiritual need and share the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Women and Children's Emergency Overnight Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Women and Children's Emergency Overnight Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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