Welcome House Homeless Shelter - Crowley, LA

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24292 Crowley Eunice Hwy
Crowley, LA
: (337) 783-7066
: https://whshelter.org
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    2019-02-25 12:40:26
    I don't understand how they want to claim they only have your best interest at heart when all their worried about how much they can get out of you. Telling people that they getting a job and trying to save money to get back on their feet but when they do find work Stacy (director) tells them they are working a dead end job. She's as heartless as they come. The lady right under her is asking the van driver to ask people for money donations from the people he's bringing to work but when someone donates and she can't account for the money then that's a problem. These people need to be removed and replaced with others that really do care.

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Description: Welcome house shelter is a Christian base shelter, serving all People, men , women and families, open 24/7 please call before coming To insure we have a bed available. We are not your average shelter We are family. Put GOD first and everything else falls into place.

We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year,

we provide spiritual guidance, 3 meals a day, shelter, personal hygiene items, donated clothing and other items needed to the homeless. We house 60-65 residents and serve 5,000 meals each month.

We transport to and from: Doctors appointments, School, Work, Library, work force and job interviews, Due to only having one small mini van, all transportation needs are scheduled 3 days prior, unless an emergency.

Our farm provides, meat and produce to our shelter and to families in need male residents, without jobs work on the farm, feeding animals, tending to our garden, cutting grass, among many other chores.

Requirements of each resident staying with us, Lights on at 6:00am for breakfast, 7:00am Morning Prayer, 7:30 am Chores, Then off to work, school, etc.... Our shelter runs from the help of each one of our residents cooking, cleaning, yard work, laundry, and farm are all maintained by our residents. We have a ZERO tolerance for drug and alcohol, testing for both are done at random.

Donation Requests by Welcome House Homeless Shelter : All donations are welcomed, Monetary donations helps with transportation, electricity, insurance, water, food and other items not donated. Clothing helps us give cloths to those that arrive with nothing,furniture donations help us with residents which have received jobs and ready to get back on their own, we try and furnish their new home with these donations . We have two pods out back which hold these items cloths and furniture.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01

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Do you have items to donate? Contact Welcome House Homeless Shelter at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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