Salvation Army Emergency Shelter Beaumont TX
2350 Interstate 10 E
Beaumont, TX - 77703
The emergency shelter is an overnight shelter for those in need. Doors open at 5 PM and dinner is served until 5:30 PM. After dinner you register for the night. The shelter closes for the day at 7:30 AM. There are multiple AA meetings throughout the week as well as religious counseling.
The first 3 nights are free and it is $10 a night after that.
The Salvation Army in Beaumont, TX also has a Social Service Center that can assist with emergency rental and utility assistance, clothing, food, and medication.
Also if you have items you wish to donate, we take donations of all types at the warehouse beside our Social Service Center and can arrange a pick-up at your location for larger items like furniture and appliances.
The Transitional Shelter Program is a 1-6 month program that helps individuals work towards key objectives that allow them to become self-sufficient. While these people work towards these objectives, we provide them with support to meet basic needs, including meals and shelter.
Home Sweet Home Transitional Housing
The Transitional Housing Program is a 6-month to 2-year program that provides housing and support services to individuals desiring to rise above poverty and to eliminate the constant threat of homelessness.
Clients receive aid including: clothing and food vouchers; financial assistance for utility bills, rent/mortgage payments, bus tokens, and prescriptions.
The Salvation Army provides breakfast and dinner, 365 days per year, to non-sheltered and low income individuals in the Beaumont community.