Kalamazoo Gospel Mission - Kalamazoo, MI

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448 N. Burdick Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
: (269)345-2974
: https://www.kzoogospel.org/
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    2019-01-02 11:17:57
    They provide the basics of food and shelter in a community that often misses the point when it comes to domestic violence between unknowing individuals such as roommates, landlords and tenants and other types of relationships. There are three other shelters in the town for families and women in domestic violence relationships but you must be living with your assailant at the time of assault. The food is nutritious and cafeteria style. The bedding is on the floor, which allows quick movement away from a potential situation with a fellow resident. A small number of private rooms are available upstairs for a nominal fee but you must share with strangers.

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Description: Women's Shelter
Good Samaritan
The Good Samaritan program is the first level of our shelter services. It offers any woman a safe place to sleep for the evening. In addition to a place to sleep, we offer three meals a day, laundry services, hygiene products and clothing vouchers to the Rescued Treasures store.
 
Shelter
The second level of our the women's shelter is our general Shelter, which is divided into three parts: Single's Dorm, Women's Dorm and Family Shelter. This program offers more stability and is a short term solution for women, children and families looking for emergency housing. This program offers the basic needs of Good Samaritan, along with one-on-one staff support, free childcare and job and housing assistance.

Men's Shelter

Good Samaritan
The Good Samaritan program is the first level of our shelter services. It offers any man a safe place to sleep for the evening. In addition to a place to sleep, we offer three meals a day, laundry services, hygiene products and clothing vouchers to the Rescued Treasures store.
 
Shelter
The second level of our men's shelter is our general Shelter. This is an army-style sleeping arrangement, large enough for 88 men. This program offers more stability and is a short term solution for men looking for emergency housing or a fresh start. This program offers the basic needs of Good Samaritan, along with one-on-one staff support and job and housing assistance.


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Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2019-01-02


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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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