Last updated Sep 22, 2021 2 Comments 1

Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women

FOR SHELTER

(213) 235-1460

For Drop-In Services
(213) 250-5241

Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women is a transitional housing residence. We Currently has openings and requirements are that you are employed a minimum of 20 hours a week. If interested please feel free to call

Languille Emergency Shelter provides a temporary home for up to 30 women who are taking the first courageous steps toward stable and productive lives. Women receive: Shelter in private and semi-private rooms Clothing, three meals and two snacks a day Placement into transitional or permanent housing Assistance with obtaining government benefits

Provides emergency housing for women who are homeless.  Each night up to 30 unaccompanied women receive shelter, communal meals, clothing and assistance with obtaining employment services, government benefits and housing placement.

To qualify for shelter at Languille, you must:

    Be an unaccompanied woman 18 years of age or older
    Be homeless (living on the street, your car or have lost your home)

Intake Process:

      1.  Intakes are conducted at the Drop-In Center, Tuesday-Thursday, 10:00 am - noon.
      2.  If space is available within the week, an intake assessment will be completed.
      3.  If no space is available, women will be given resources/referrals to appropriate shelters.

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If you have stayed in this shelter, how was your stay?

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  1. The staff refused to curb their own disruptive and disrespectful behavior after hours and I was subjected to damaging levels of sleep deprivation for three months. This landed me in the hospital twice.

    Answer posted on Sep 6, 2021 0

Is this a safe shelter to stay in?

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  1. No. There was a policy to check incoming residents for security risks but that practice stopped. No one checks for drugs, alcohol or weapons.The staff refuses to control residents who are loudly disruptive and intoxicated.

    Answer posted on Sep 6, 2021 0

Do they accept pets at this shelter?

Do you have any advice for those wanting to stay at this shelter?

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  1. Find another option.

    Answer posted on Sep 6, 2021 0

How long can you stay here?

2 Comments

  1. Lars
    Lars
    Sep 16, 2018Reply
    Thank you so kindly for your support and help
    • John
      John
      Sep 6, 2021Reply
      Unless you were in the section for families, you haven't stayed there and you have no idea how the current staff and administration behave.
  2. John
    John
    Sep 6, 2021Reply
    Unless you were in the section for families, you haven't stayed there and you have no idea how the current staff and administration behave.

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