The City Mission Men's Crisis Center - Cleveland, OH

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Cleveland, OH 44103
: 216-431-3515
: https://www.thecitymission.org/
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The City Mission Men's Crisis Center - Cleveland, OH



Shelter and Crisis Recovery Program for Men
126 Beds

For men in crisis and in need of assistance, we are a means to re-enter society as self-sufficient, productive citizens. At Crossroads program offers an array of services, geared at preparing men for positive, valuable futures. Men can call 216-431-3510 or email BeSocial@TheCityMission.org to learn about Crossroad’s Men's Crisis Center and check on room availability. 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 our website.

Length of stay:
Crossroads is primarily an extended stay crisis center. Men must decide within the first 30 days if they would like to sign on for the full program at Crossroads. If one decides to stay on past 30 days, they must make a commitment to living and learning at Crossroads for our program, which lasts about 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.

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

COMMENTS: Be The First To Make A Comment

  1. Avatar
    Don V. Johnson
    2014-05-21 09:11:00
    There is no brainwashing here! You are free to choose whether or not you want to attend chapel services/discussions. I highly recommend this for anyone in a homeless(hopeless) situation! Secret: the food is excellent!

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