Fred Alexander Housing Center
The Salvation Army Shelter programs are designed to move individuals from homelessness to permanent housing.
The Emergency Shelter program provides transit housing for those who are in need of a good night's rest. Guests can stay up to fourteen nights and then exit the program or apply for our Shelter Plus program.
The Shelter Plus program allows individuals and families to stay in our facility for up to six months with the option to extend, determined on a case-by-case basis. If accepted into the extended program, residents will meet with the case manager to implement a personalized case plan. After the intervention and goals have been established, residents are required to actively work towards their case plan goals. Through acceptance into our programs we provide the following services: personalized case management, life skills classes, weekly resident meetings, and networking with other agencies.
For more detailed information about the Fred Alexander Housing Center and the programs provided, please visit the link below: