Columbus House - New Haven, CT

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586 Ella T. Grasso Boulevard
New Haven, CT 06519
: (203)773-9673
: www.columbushouse.org

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Description: Emergency shelter - Overflow shelter - Transitional Housing - Permanent Support Housing - Street Outreach - Case Management.
Emergency shelter for single adults with a 90 day maximum stay; intake hours for women are 4-6pm daily for women and 4:30pm for men. Cedar Street Overflow Shelter provides emergency shelter for single adult males from November 1 to April 30, but may open earlier if needed. Columbus House:
Eligibility: Columbus House: Single adults including pregnant women;
Overflow Shelters: Adult men
Fee:Set fee: $3 per night or complete a chore; Accepts New Haven Cares and Basic Needs (DMHAS) vouchers
Application: First come, first served; Intake 4-6pm at main shelter for women, and 4:30pm for men; Cedar Street overflow men's shelter intake begins at 4pm.
Capacity: 101, including overflow shelter
Services: Homeless Shelter
Languages (other than English):Spanish Site hours: 24 hr/7 days

More Information from the shelter:
EMERGENCY SHELTER

We provide shelter for over 80 women and men, 365 nights a year, serving over 78,000 meals annually. Case management services include referrals to mental health and substance abuse treatment programs, employment training programs, education, health services, and housing.
OVERFLOW SHELTER
The Overflow Shelter, for men only, is generally filled to its 75-bed capacity and beyond. This seasonal shelter serves clients with food, clothing, showers, personal care items and case management services. Last year Columbus House had to turn away 1400 men, due to a lack of bed space. (There is currently no overflow shelter for women in New Haven, so Columbus House accommodates the surplus at its Boulevard location.)
RECOVERY HOUSE
A short-term stay for men who are in early recovery who are waiting placement in sober housing, in-patient treatment programs, or permanent housing with out-patient treatment support. Length of stay is 60 days.


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