Amos House Shelter and Services - Providence, RI

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415 Friendship Street
Providence, RI 02907
: Phone: 401-272-0220
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Description: Hours: Monday to Friday 8-4, Social Services 8-4 Monday to Thursday, Friday 8-1
men's and women's shelter.
Housing Overview Shelter
More than a meal, Amos House is home. And all that goes with it. Trust, safety, a solid foundation from which to grow, and friendships (made right here on Friendship Street). We offer a continuum of housing programs for individuals and families that are homeless and poor. Over the past ten years our properties have provided temporary and permanent housing to more than 2000 people. Our services include:
Transitional Housing
Supportive Housing
Our men's and women's transitional housing programs provide safe housing for hundreds of homeless people each year. Our apartment program assists individuals and families on their journey from homelessness to self-sufficiency. And our rooming houses provide permanent and supportive housing for homeless people with special needs.
Clean and sober transitional housing for 20 men and 13 women; referrals and social support services. Prescription assistance. Employment services. Recovery Services. Housing assistance, Breakfast and Lunch served Monday to Saturday. ACE Culinary Arts Training Program.Permanent supportive housing includes 4 rooming houses, and 19 apartments. All housing is drug and alcohol free.

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Monday, January 25, 2021Yes

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