SHALOM - Serving the Homeless with Alternate Lodging Of Middletown - Middletown , OH

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120 S broad st
Middletown , OH 45044
: 513-423-7821
: http://www.shalomhomeless.com/

REVIEWS: 3

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    2018-02-11 16:01:26
    I have good number of used clothing and other items. I you kindly email me back if I can drop them off. What time and what day of week you like please let me know . I will be glad to do that. Thanks.
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    2018-01-27 14:18:48
    Best people in the world doing there best to help mankind
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    Ken Gingerich
    2013-12-16 10:49:00
    All I get is the same thing from every shelter I look up... "long waiting list, need to call ahead" meanwhile, I'm freezing in the cold

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Description: S.H.A.L.O.M. is a Winter time, night time only, church based homeless shelter. S.H.A.L.O.M. is currently in operation during the months of December - March. S.H.A.L.O.M. does not have the facilities to house during the daytime. Our guests must sign in each day at 4pm at the S.H.A.L.O.M. office which is located in the lower level of the First United Methodist Church. We request that all guests and visitors please enter door #8 which is located on the West side of the church. Our guests are provided with dinner, breakfast, showers and all bedding items that are needed. S.H.A.L.O.M. does not have any residential requirements and accepts men, women and families. We have a maximum limit of 30 guests per evening. We do not accept registered sex offenders or anyone who has an active warrant for their arrest. Both of these items are verified before acceptance into S.H.A.L.O.M.

Volunteers Requests by SHALOM - Serving the Homeless with Alternate Lodging Of Middletown: Volunteers are always accepted and appreciated but neither volunteers or staff are compensated for their time and service. Thank you.


Donation Requests by SHALOM - Serving the Homeless with Alternate Lodging Of Middletown: S.H.A.L.O.M. does not apply for nor receive and city, state or federal funding and relies solely upon monetary donations to operate. S.H.A.L.O.M. is an all volunteer shelter. None of the volunteers or staff are paid for their service to the homeless and less fortunate in our community. S.H.A.L.O.M. is always in need of pillows, blankets, sheets, towels, wash cloths, personal hygiene items (toothpaste, tooth brushes, soap, shampoo, body lotion, shaving crème, razors, mouthwash, deodorant, combs, brushes, under clothing (men & women), t-shirts, socks, shoes, etc..


Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2018-08-06


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 SHALOM - Serving the Homeless with Alternate Lodging Of Middletown at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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