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Mission of Hope Shelter

24/7 emergency shelter accepting adult males, including former offenders and those who've been drinking. First three days free, $3/day thereafter. Nightly curfew is 6 pm. Supper meal served each evening. Residents required to do daily chores. Regular meetings with staff to determine progress made. Various referral services offered.

Adult men and women are welcomed with a kind word, a warm shower, a clean bed, and a hot meal. Mission of Hope Shelter provides safe housing for individuals including the formerly incarcerated, persons in recovery, the homeless, and others in need of emergency shelter.

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