City Mission Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center - Cleveland, OH

Contact information


Cleveland, OH 44135
: 216-472-5500
: http://www.thecitymission.org

City Mission Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center - Cleveland, OH



Shelter and Crisis Recovery Program for Single Women & Mothers with Children
168 beds and 55 rooms

Mothers with children and single women can call 216-472-5500 or email BeSocial@TheCityMission.org to learn about our Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center and check on room availability. Laura’s Home has been full to capacity with a waiting list for several years, so please be sure to call and confirm room availability. We begin taking phone call inquiries at 6am. For more and the most up to date information, please visit www.TheCityMission.org/Lauras-Home.

Length of stay:
Laura’s Home is primarily an extended stay crisis center. Women must decide within the first 30 days if they would like to sign on for the full program at Laura’s Home. If one decides to stay on past 30 days, they must make a commitment to living and learning at Laura’s Home for our program, which lasts 6 months or more. We also have emergency shelter space during extreme weather or on a case by case basis. Short term stays can last from 1 night up to 30 days. Please call before arriving for long term and emergency space availability.  

Services
Help: To Be Safe and Secure. We provide the basics - meals, bed, shower, laundry, etc.

Heart: To Heal and Renew Hope. Counselors and caseworkers assist with mental health, relationship management, planning for the future, drug/alcohol assessment and referral, and more.

Home: To Move Toward Self-Sufficiency. The City Mission facilitates referrals to transitional and long-term housing, assists with job readiness training and applications, continued mental health treatment, encourages maintaining healthy family relationships, and other programs that allow clients to move forward in a self-sustaining way after they leave our campus.

Pathways Family Outreach Services: The Pathways program aims to positively impact the lives of the children and youth who come through the doors of Laura’s Home by serving Kindergartners through 12th grade students. The program offers several services designed to encourage and support our young guests in a positive, Christ-centered manner. Because of the Pathways, moms at Laura’s Home are able to focus on their own coursework and counseling, knowing that their kids are not just in safe hands, but growing alongside them.

Donation Requests by City Mission Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center: Visit our website at www.TheCityMission.org/Donate or contact Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2017-04-13


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Important:
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Do you have items to donate? Contact City Mission Laura's Home Women's Crisis Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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