HOUSING LIST OPEN TO REGISTERED PERSONS FOR STATES A-M
Updated 3 August 2021
Derek W. Logue of OnceFallen.com

NOTE: If you need general tips on finding housing, please visit our “FINDING HOUSING” page.

ABOUT THIS LIST: In 2021, my housing list became too long to manage on a single page, so in an effort to help keep this list easy to access, I have broken the housing list down into two parts starting February 2021. This housing list covers state beginning with the letters A to M (Alabama through Montana)

CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE HOUSING LIST FOR STATES N-Z (NEBRASKA TO WYOMING)

Post-Release Housing Options — Transitional Housing, Shelters, and Renters open to Registered Persons ( i.e., those labeled “Sex Offenders”)

For the first few years of OnceFallen.com’s existence, I had less than a couple dozen leads for the entire USA. Now, my housing list has grown so large, I needed to split the housing list into TWO separate pages. Scroll down to the bottom of this page

NOTES AND DISCLAIMERS FOR THIS HOUSING LIST

HOUSING OF ALL KINDS IS IN HIGH DEMAND! If you are a transitional/ halfway housing director, referral service, or any other kind of housing provider specifically accepting people convicted of sexual offenses and you with to be added to my housing list, please send an email with your name and a description of your program/ property (with info on how to contact you) to iamthefallen1@yahoo.com

I also maintain a private list of housing for those not wishing to be listed publicly. Contact me to see if I have any housing not listed for your state.

Many transitional/ halfway house programs listed may only accept residents from within the state (and in some cases, they only accept residents of specific counties). Please keep that in mind, as many programs are flooded with inquiries due to being posted on this site. Although I do my best to maintain the list regularly, I cannot guarantee that just because a place is listed here, you will be automatically accepted.

Because places constantly change I cannot guarantee that any housing lead is currently open/ has openings or accepting registered persons, either on my site or elsewhere. This page has been up since 2008 when there were less than a dozen leads, now there are hundreds of leads, and while most housing leads listed here have been extrapolated from legitimate websites, places can open and close or change policies without notice. If you find a defunct listing or information on this page is inaccurate, please let me know by email at iamthefallen1@yahoo.com

FEDERAL PRISONERS: The housing options listed on the OnceFallen.com housing list may not be helpful to those seeking an approved “Residential Reentry Center” (RRC)/ Halfway House. Under the federal system, you serve 85% of your time with the last 10% (up to 6 months) spent in a halfway house. To get your 6 months halfway house, you need to have a halfway house that can take you. If none are available, you spend that 6 months behind the fence. Because each location are subject to state and local different residency restrictions, some of these programs may be unable to accept someone with a sex offense conviction. A directory of approved federal RRCs can be found at www.bop.gov/business/rrc_directory.jsp

HOUSING LIST FOR STATE STARTING A THROUGH M (ALABAMA THROUGH MONTANA)

A-M STATES WITHOUT A HOUSING LEAD: Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Maine

A-M STATES WITH POTENTIAL LEADS I CAN’T LIST PUBLICLY: Iowa, Massachusetts

ALABAMA

Outreach Reentry Ministry, Inc.
2303 Camden Cove West, Muscle Shoals AL 35661
outreachreentryministry@mail.com / williesimpson@blackwallstreet.org
(256) 394-3306
An Apply at outreachreentryministry.org/application
Note: This program has outreach programs in Alabama and in other states. Contact for more info.

Shepherds Fold, Inc.
ATTN: Executive Director – Jack Hausen
PO Box 2084, Birmingham, AL 35201-2084
Phone: (205) 780-6211
Fax: (205) 777-4142

ARIZONA

The following info was extrapolated from azrsol.org/resources/ on July 3, 2020:

East Valley Men’s Center (Must be homeless and living in Mesa)
Phone 480-610-6722 – Fax 480-610-0330

Steve Collins –Kokopelli Group Home $132.29/Week has several group homes and takes people convicted of sexual offenses (480) 620-2039

There are some houses near 15th Ave. and Roosevelt that rent rooms to people convicted of sexual offenses. Most of them are $90/week. The landlord of the houses is Sharron Ledbetter 602-695-3500.

There are some houses near 15th Ave. and Roosevelt that rent rooms to people convicted of sexual offenses. Most of them are $100/week. The landlord of the houses is Chris Downing 602-696-8114.

Chuck Lopez, the Maricopa Probation Housing Coordinator, has other references he can make. His number is 602-619-1380.

Church on the Streets (3 day limit – check in at 4 PM)
4006 W. Van Buren St., Phoenix AZ 85009
602-447-0259

Redeemed Outreach (No DCAC or Level 3)
2210 E. Taylor St., Phoenix, AZ 85006
602-666-1749 or 602-368-2111

New Windsor Hotel ($170/week)
546 W. Adams St., Phoenix, AZ 85003
602-254-8694

2luv1another – Sonya Jennings
234 W Turney Ave., Phoenix AZ 85015
Phone 562-726-0415 – SonyaJennings@yahoo.com

Las Palmas Inn ($205/week)
765 W. Grand Ave., Phoenix AZ 85007
602-354-3337

Weekly Kitchenettes
3239 E. Van Buren, Phoenix AZ 85008
602-499-3425

South Mountain Assisted Living
6420 S. 22nd St., Phoenix AZ 85040
602-276-3883

El Ranchito Inn
3060 NW Grand Ave., Phoenix AZ 85017
602-696-5283 or 602-284-8065

The Eagle Apartments (Not related to Eagles’ Nest Ministries)
2316 E. Roosevelt, Phoenix, AZ 85006
623-242-9677

Disciples of Christ
Bert Lajonader
724 N. 10th Ave., Tucson, AZ. 85705
520 406-0294

ARKANSAS

The housing leads I was were just given by someone in the area that these two either have potential housing leads or provide housing themselves:

Don Williams # 501-658-1449
Jo # 501-376-1686

CALIFORNIA

Sacramento Manor
7300 24th Street Bypass, Sacramento CA 95822
Senior apartment, not subsidized. Pet deposit 200$ no pet rent. Max of 2 pets per household. No elevator. Bankruptcies accepted based on # of years. No felonies accepted but misdemeanors and sex offenders accepted. Wheel chair accessible

Fairway Apartments
3711 Morse Ave, Sacramento, CA 95821

Desert Manna Ministries
209 N 1st Ave, Barstow, CA 92311
760-256-7797
staff@desertmanna.org

Lutheran Social Services of Southern California
247 E. Amerige Ave., Fullerton, CA 92832
877-577-7267
info@LSSSC.org
www.lsssc.org/

New Hope Village
100 West Fredricks, Barstow, CA 92311
760-256-1900
amanda@newhopevillageinc.org
newhopevillageinc.org/

Turrill Transitional Assistance Program
2102 N Arrowhead Ave, Ste A
San Bernardino, CA
909-475-8600
ttap.admin@t-t-ap.org
www.turrilltransitionalassistanceprogram.org/
909-475-8600

COLORADO

NARSOL’s Colorado affiliate, Colorado Advocates for Change, has a non-public list of private housing leads for in-state registrants,
so contact them for more info.

Website: advocates4change.org
Address: PO Box 103392 Denver, CO 80250
Phone: 720-329-9096
Email: advocates4changeafc@gmail.com

FLORIDA

Ironically, the state with the worst record on human rights for those on the registry has the most listed resources for registrants. Florida Action Committee maintains a resource page that may contain housing leads in addition to what I have below. Listings with a ** are those verified accurate as of March 2021:

Listings for FL marked with a ** are those verified accurate in March 2021 by Derek Logue and a fellow activist. All other housing resources were extrapolated from various resources including FAC, SOHOFLA, the Middle District Court of FL, and various other resources:

ACTS (Another Chance Transitional Services)
2104 N. Pace Blvd., Pensacola FL 32505
850-437-9900

Care Patrol: SENIOR CITIZENS ONLY needing help with activities of daily living and in search of Assisted Living Facilities can contact CarePatrol at 727-451-9225

CARE Tallahassee**
1224 Eppes Drive, Tallahassee FL 32304
Office: (850) 320-0281
Fax: (850) 536-6886
www.care-tallahassee.org/
ABOUT: Christian home for Males; We specialize mainly with those incarcerated ready to be released; open to offenders, predators, and non-registrants; We communicate via mail to complete the application process. We have a somewhat restrictive first thirty days, then If the new resident continues working for the ministry, they do not pay fees; however, once they obtain employment, they start paying program fees. $100 a week, or $400 a month. Of course, the address has to be approved by Leon Co. DOC Probation/ Parole where they want to stay once released if they are released under DOC supervision.

City Walk Urban Mission
1351 Thomasville Road, Tallahassee FL 32303
850-528-3909

Clifford Hill Community Outreach
Shelter with meals for adult. Available to ex-offenders, including sex offenders. Emergency clothing referral. 24-7
Contact: Helen Pridgen, 1303 E. New Orleans Ave, Tampa FL 33603
Phone # 813-237-5439 or Fax # 813-234-4762

Columbia Motel: Motel rooms for working people. Single daily rate $40; double $45; weekly $210. M-F 9-5
1042 E Hillsborough Avenue, Tampa FL 33604, Phone # (813) 236-5941
(Note: Not entirely sure if they take SOs or not, was not specific)

Continental Inn, owned and operated by Pinellas Ex-Offender Re-Entry Coalition
Address: 12810 U.S Hwy 19 North, Clearwater, FL
Phone: 727.346.3350. Ask for Jim Broderick, Florida Justice Transitions

Coastal Apartments
c/o Josh Sims, Apt F2, 16800 Carmen Ave, Ft. Myers FL 33908

Diverse Housing LLC**
PO Box 580635, Orlando, FL 32858
Ph. (407) 800-2275
www.diversehousing.com
Michael Murphy, Owner
Details: Shared rooms start at/averages $450 per mo.; individual rooms start at $550/mo. and averages around $600/mo. Includes use of furnishings (new bed, used dresser, and used night stand). Common area is furnished with essential kitchenware, appliances, and dining area. Washer and dryer is also included at all locations. Assistance is provided for the following: completion of initial food stamp application and transportation to first visit of Sheriff’s Office (for registration), DMV, and Probation Offenders and Predators are accepted. Male and/or females may be accepted. Couples may be accepted on a case by case basis. All housing is located in the Orlando area, Orange Co. FL. Security Deposit and First Month’s rent due to move-in. NO admin, application, or processing fees are charged.

Florida Justice Transitions
1221 1/2 10th St N, St Petersburg FL 33705
727-346-3350 office or 727-954-7090 FAX
info@fjt2008.org
Possible Alternative contact info: 12810 US Hwy 19 N, Clearwater, FL 33764
Phone: (727) 346-3350

FSJ Housing**
Contact person: Mrs. Stoll @ 813-294-0341
2818 N Nebraska Ave, Tampa FL 33603
Rent is $110.00 per week + $5 Key deposit; includes kitchen, bathroom, and fridge

H4SO, Inc. c/o Daphne Sinkewiz
P.O. Box 540164, Orlando, FL 32854
407-300-3252
housing4so@gmail.com
www.h4so.com

H.O.S.T.
Helping Offenders Successfully Transition
407-437-3694
hosttransitionservices@gmail.com
www.hosttransitionservices.com/

Housing4Offenders LLC**
Ron Johnson, Manager
PO Box 607096, Orlando FL 32860
Ph. (407) 548-4623
Email: info@housing4offenders.com
Visit us at www.housing4offenders.com
DETAILS: Monthly rent starts at $500 per month. Housing is located in Orange County, FL. Amenities include bedroom furnishings, cable services, washer and dryer, kitchen/dining area use, water, and electric. First month’s rent and 1 month’s rent due as security to move-in; males only but some options may be open to couples.

HOUSING FOR OFFENDERS
Randy Young
Phone: 407-925-4471
Email: hfouro@aol.com
http://housingforsexoffenders.com/

JSJ Florida Investments**
11451 Char Ann Dr., Apt C, Fort Myers FL 33908
239-823-0377
Details: Apartments open for Males and Females; $60 application fee; $620 Deposit; $620/mo rent; no subsidies available

Lakeland Palms Mobile Home Park
(Won’t accept anyone on probation)
2965 New Tampa Hwy, Lakeland FL 33815
863-333-5390

The Lighthouse Mission of Orlando
2554 Overland Rd, Apopka FL 32703
407-291-0124

Master’s Touch Ministries of Pensacola**
6312 Mockingbird Lane, Pensacola FL 32503
850-982-1655 (Melanie Canaan)
Males; $300 entry fee; $650/mo or $150/wk; higher levels on case-by-case.

Off the Chain Ministries Inc** (Men only)
4265 Everett Ave, Middleburg FL 32068
offthechainministries.com/
Daryl Townsend, 904-631-0351 or daryltown@aol.com

OFFENDER HOUSING LLC
Freddy Rodriguez, Re-Entry Specialist
P.O. Box 547758, Orlando FL 32854
Cell: 407-541-9766 cell; Office: 407-704-4126; Fax 866-253-8611
freddy@offenderhousing.org
www.offenderhousing.org/

Palace Mobile Home Park**
R2 Properties Co. Ltd, Inc., 2500 54th Avenue N., Ste 100-B, St Petersburg FL 33714
Office: 727-289-7020 or 727-289-7021, Fax: 727-954-7090
E-mail: cmilczarek49@palacemhp.com
www.palacemhp.com
Conditions: Males; It takes $1400 total to move in– $200 non-refundable application fee, and first two months and last month’s rent at $400/mo.; Electric not included in price You will also need $30.25 for DMV to get your ID. We have strict criteria for acceptance; we are a non-violent and drug free community; persons on CRD only, we cannot take Predators due to a bus stop rule; Probation may require persons to have additional months paid up front prior to acceptance with us. This will be a lease for (6) six months and a day. Trailers are “shared living” (private bedroom, shared kitchen/ bathroom)

Plant a Seed Ministries
Addiction center open to RCs
Address: 2021 Avenue D Ft, Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Phone: 772-468-0120

Project SOAR Recovery Residences Inc**
1231-1235 NE 15th Avenue, Ft. Lauderdale FL 33304
800-992-0381 extension 0 (toll-free) or 954-900-9980 extension 0 (local)
www.projectsoar.us
info@projectsoar.us
LiveChat with a Specialist 24/7 on our website
Details: Since 2010, Project SOAR Recovery Residences has provided transitional supportive housing for men in the So. FL. Our primary goal is to provide a clean, safe, sober, and responsible environment to recovering alcohol and/or substance abusers which will, in turn, support recovery. As a state certified recovery residence through the Florida Association of Recovery Residences (FARR), a member of the National Alliance of Recovery Residences and BBB Accredited with an A rating, we are committed to only accepting those individuals who are serious about their recovery. We have 12 locations throughout Fort Lauderdale and proudly accept RCs, including those with the predator designation at five of our communities that are most commonly approved. Our program fee ranges anywhere from $110.00 to $155.00 per week with a $150.00 admission fee. Prospective residents may apply online at www.projectsoar.us or give us a call at 954-900-9980 extension 0 – we’d be happy to help!

The Ranch
P.O. Box 92901, Lakeland FL 33804
863-513-2486
Manager: Chris

REAP (Re-Entry Alliance Pensacola)
912 N. U St., Pensacola FL 32505
850-332-6677 (Vince Whibbs)

Restoration Destination
120 Pelican Lake Drive, Pahokee FL 33476
Tel & Text: 561-924-5556
info@restorationdestination.org
https://restorationdestination.org/
Additional Info: This is a rental community in Pahokee, FL formerly known as Matthew 25 Ministries City of Refuge

SCORE (Second Chance Outreach, Reentry, & Education)
8390 Transitional Rd, Milton FL 32583
850-437-9900 (Alton Johnson)

Solid Rock Foundation
Thomas Brown
23945 NE 113th Ave. Fort McCoy FL 32134

Southeast New Start Transition Housing
9171 Parker Ave, Jacksonville FL 32218
904-234-5437
Kelly Clemens

Sunshine Mobile Home Park, LLC
Michael Shannon
305-998-5000 ext. 1001
Located in Cocoa, Florida
Email: info@edgeasset.com
Pricing starts at $350 for a private room with a keyed lock. Furnishings are available if needed at an additional cost. $100 application
fee. 1 month security deposit required. Fast approval and move in.

Trinity House (Men only)**
Mailing address: 372 Kaye Street, Fort Pierce FL 34947
772-985-7835
Don’t take CRD or Predators; you need a sponsor since there is no rental assistance offered in the area

The Villages Of Orlando**
Lake Shore Village, 4127 N. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando FL 32804
Overland Village, 3303 Overland Road, Apopka FL 32703
Hillcrest Village, 6105 Beggs Road, Orlando FL 32810
407-616-7757
SOHOFLA@gmail.com
sohofla.zohosites.com/
Details: Males (might accept Couples/Females under some circumstances); $35 application fee; mobile homes/dwllings

GEORGIA

NewLife-Second Chance Outreach, Inc.
Website: www.nlscoinc.org
Mailing address (ONLY): 2480 Briarcliff Rd NE Suite 6 #232, Atlanta, GA 30329
Non-Client Application Link: https://forms.gle/nDUNBLL9Z34K1ims9
Client Application: https://forms.gle/zxHpyHpe3qYFXUqh6
DETAILS: New Life-Second Chance Outreach does not provide direct housing nor are they focused specifically on Registered Persons; they are a service that shares jobs, housing, and various helpful resources to all returning citizens. However, many jobs and some housing shared are open to Registrants. To get the info, you must apply for their email list. See the application links above.

Offender Resource Network
Housing in the Macon GA area
Daphne Boyd
407-300-3252

Houses of Unity, Inc — Shared living AND single family homes for rent in Forest Park, Jonesboro and Riverdale. They will have housing available soon in Decatur. People on the registry are considered on a case by case basis depending on the charge and associated restrictions. Shared housing: $605 mo. in a shared room. Single room extra. May have entire houses for rent. If interested or you have any additional questions, call Mon-Fri 9am-6pm at (404) 528-5664 or email them at help@housesofunityinc.org.

Male sex offenders in Georgia (Fulton and Dekalb County)
The Faith Project, Inc.
www.TheFP.org
770-733-8859
Mailing address: PO Box 769, Snellville, GA 30078

Emergency Homeless Shelters in Atlanta open to RCs:

1. Atlanta City Baptist Rescue Mission (https://atlantabaptistrescuemission.org/) cannot accept individuals on the registry for their longer term program, but they stated that they could provide emergency shelter through their 21-day short-term program.

2. The Gateway Center (http://www.gatewayctr.org/evolution-center/) has a shelter call the Evolution Center, which is a low-barrier shelter capable of housing those on the registry.

Georgia also maintains a database on transitional housing called THOR (Transitional Housing for Offender Reentry), and if a program takes registrants, it is noted in the entry. Additional non-THOR housing resources are found at:

THOR — pap.georgia.gov/reentry-services/transitional-housing-offender-reentry

Additional Housing Non-THOR resources — pap.georgia.gov/other-non-thor-housing

The places listed below were listed on THOR in July 2020.

RECOVERY RESIDENCES (For addiction recovery)

Safe House Ministries
2101 Hamilton Rd, Columbus GA 31904
Phone: 706-322-3773
Email: info@safehouse-ministries.com
www.safehouse-ministries.com/
For men and women

Christian Recovery Centers
1226 Minter Tweed Road, East Dublin GA 31027
PHONE: 478-246-1300 / FAX: 478-246-1300
Email: christianrecoverycenter@gmail.com
christianrecoverycentersga.com/
(Note: THOR listed it as “suspended” rather than “approved” but may still be open to taking an RC)

STRUCTURED HOUSING

Male: Beacon House
House address: 2701 Beacon Ave., Columbus, GA 31904
Mailing Address: 7556 Old Moon Rd, Columbus GA 31909
Contact: Don Wilhite 706-681-3695
or Michael Krugg 706-466-7077

Male: Cardinal Transitional Home 2
House address: 736 Wright St., Columbus GA 31907
Mailing address: 9120 Garrett Lake Dr., Midland GA 31820
Contact: Anthony Shumpert, 706-580-3798
Anthonyshumpert1975@gmail.com

Male: Let Our House Be Your Home, Inc.
4201 Rainbow Dr., Suite B, Decatur GA 30034
Phone: 404-709-2844
Fax: 404-286-7100
letourhousebeyourhome@gmail.com
www.letourhousebeyourhome.com

Male: Revival of Power To Crusade Ministry
2112 Ollie Dr., Macon GA 31217
478-336-0040
vwelchs@yahoo.com

Male/Female: Serenity House of Atlanta
1095 White Oak Ave., Atlanta, GA 30310
844-473-7364
serenityhouseatl@yahoo.com
www.serenityhouseatl.org/

Other potential GA leads no on the THOR site:

AmirCola New Beginning LLC
470-755-7795

Mr. Moore at HFAF has space for men. Call to see if he has space for women if needed. https://sites.google.com/view/hfafllc/contact-us?authuser=0

Nicole’s House of Hope houses men and women no matter your status. Call Archie at 404-822-8175. Tell him Robyn from Women on the Rise referred you.

IDAHO

Bethel Ministries
PO Box 44106, Boise ID 83711-0106
Rob Lee, Executive Director
roblee@bethelministries.net
208-475-1284 phone
208-377-1498 fax
www.bethelministriesidaho.org/
NOTE: Can only accept residents of Idaho/ those released from Idaho institutions.

ILLINOIS

NewDay Apartments
25 Telser Rd, #56, Lake Zurich IL 60047
www.newdayapartments.com
Info: “NewDay Apartments specializes in providing housing to registered sex offenders in Kane County, IL. We offer studio, 1-bed, and 2-bed units starting at $750/month. Applicants must show proof of income, not be on mandatory supervised release/parole/probation, and have no other felonies other than the one(s) requiring them to register. Click the link for more information!”

Beal Properties
2320 North Damen Ave., Chicago IL 60647
(Has housing in Chicago and Evanston)
bealproperties.com

“Public Act 094-0161 establishes that the Illinois State Police identify details on the Sex Offender Registration Information website of transitional housing facilities licensed by the Illinois Department of Corrections.” What that means for us is the state lists transitional programs certified by the state as transitional homes. You can access the list by CLICKING HERE

KENTUCKY

The state DoC website has general resource lists by district. CLICK HERE to access the resource directory. The following places were listed on the resource page as of June 2017:

Ardery House (Wellspring)
1382 S. 3rd Street, Louisville KY 40208
Laura Alborias, 502-637-4361 x 1456
Severe and Persistent Mental Health Issues/SOs on a case by case basis/Homeless

Broadway House/Wellspring
1155 East Broadway, Louisville KY 40204
Carl Humphrey, 502-589-3432
Severe and Persistent Mental Offenders/ SOs on case-by-case basis

Courage to Change
Recovery House
1137 S. 32nd St, Louisville KY 40211
502-338-2505 Contact Staci Crowder
Must pass phone screening/accepts some sex offenders/males or females.
Phone Screening
$100 deposit and $75 per week. Have a 6 month dependency program or just provide transition living.

CTS Russell Center
(Men Only)
1407 W. Jefferson #200, Louisville, KY 40203
Barbara Strahm, (502) 855-6500
Anyone including SOs w/o residence restrictions

Flintlock Arms Apts
4150 Flintlock Drive, Louisville KY 40216
Angela Sanders 502-447-7771
SOs w/o residency restrictions.

Heywood House
427 Heywood Ave. Louisville KY 40208
Don Siebert (502) 636-4294 or cell 727-5628
Men only. Housing and must attend either AA or NA meetings. Will take SO if no residency restrictions.

Hope Sisters for Women
645/647 S. 23rd St., Louisville KY 40211
427 N. 20th St, Louisville KY 40203
Laquita Walker (502) 472-6992
Women only. Recovery Dynamic-12 Steps. They do accept SOs. Letter or phone interview. $75 They will work with offenders.

House of Hope
(502) 566-6007
(502) 551-4270
Tangy Hunter
SOs w/o restrictions. $62 per week
Women’s facility: 1157 Dixie Hwy, Louisville KY 40210
Men’s Facility: 2735 S. 4th Street Louisville, KY 40208

Resolution House,
1934 W. Jefferson, Louisville KY 40203
(502) 445-1118
(502) 583-0953
Men only. SOs allowed. $85 per week

Resolution House 4,
2310 Burnett St., Louisville KY 40210
William Ellis,
(502) 813-1477
Men only

Upward House
1934 & 1936 W. Jefferson St., Louisville KY 40203
Reggie Ezell, 502-585-4848 ext 227
Cell 502-445-1118
Recovery House (will accept SOs, however it’s not a main SO house). No application, however offender needs to talk with Mr. Ezell. $85 Deposit and $85 a week.

Next Step
2601 West Chestnut St., Louisville KY 40211
(502) 772-0809

Last Resort – House of Deliverance (will take SOs at Preston St.)
1373 South Preston St. Louisville, KY 40208
(502) 749-0703

LOUISIANA

Veterans Housing Outreach Ministries
504-340-3429
www.veteranshousingoutreach.webs.com
Jefferson Parish, Orleans Parish and Livingston Parish in Louisiana
Accepts Tier I/II/IIIs

ONE TOUCH MINISTRY
1717 Dallas Dr., Baton Rouge LA 70806
Email Address: otm1111@yahoo.com
Office Phone Number: (225) 359-9911
Office Fax Number: (225) 359-9982
www.1touchministry.com/

MARYLAND

REFORMED AND REDEEMED MINISTRIES
Rev. Rodney D. Palmer, Frostburg, MD 21532
www.reformedandredeemed.com
Description: We run a Christian based ministry in Maryland for sex offenders and others in and out of prison. We deal with housing, jobs, counseling, and just about anything else that may be encountered by persons who have been accused, charged, or convicted of a sex crime.

MICHIGAN

FRANK JOSEPH
PO Box 1653, Saginaw, MI 48605
Additional Info: Owns several houses in MI, good neighbors, good condition properties. Room rentals generally run $300-$400/Mo., all utilities included. House rental start at $450/ Mo. Occasionally has work in exchange for rental opportunities (mainly carpentry, advertising, or answering calls). No smoking or pets for most properties. Quiet tenants only. Please write first for availability. It is best to respond by sending a phone number and the best time to call.

Alpha Prison Ministries
PO Box 9216, Grand Rapids, MI 49509
(616) 538-4090
info@alphapm.org
www.alphapm.org/

MINNESOTA

The following listings were found at the website www.housinglink.org, a website that helps locate housing for Minnesota residents with a variety of needs. The full list can be found at:

www.housinglink.org/HousingResources/supportive-transitional-housing

The listings that do not explicitly exclude RCs are listed below as of 10 February 2021. Please note that simply being listed here does not confirm there are openings or that these housing programs are equipped to help Registrants or have a focus on Registrant needs, only that there are no explicit exclusions listed. Some may not accept a Level 3 Registrant. Many only accept residents of a specific county. I’m assuming that a “hands on” offense would likely count as “person-to-person” violence for purposes of ineligibility.

Advocates Against Domestic Abuse – AADA SHP Housing
Program serves these locations: Aitkin County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: HUD, Mental illness, Fleeing domestic abuse
Ineligibility Criteria: Manufacturing drugs, SO Level III, Person-to-person violence
How to Apply: Call 218-927-2327
Program Requirements: Domestic Abuse Counseling

Advocates for Family Peace – Shared Transitional Housing
Program serves these locations: Itasca County
Group Served: Single adult, Single female with children
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, Homeless, Fleeing domestic abuse
Ineligibility Criteria: Person-to-person violence, Prostitution from the unit
How to Apply: Call 218-326-0388
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Crisis Services, Domestic Abuse Counseling

AEON – Renaissance Box
Program serves these locations: Ramsey County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Chemical dependency, Mental illness
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson
How to Apply: Call 612-333-9284
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups

Alliance Housing – Alliance Northside Supportive Housing
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single female with children, Adult(s) with children
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs, SO Level III
How to Apply: Call 612-870-2267
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups

American Indian Community Development Corporation – Anishabe Wakiagun
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Homeless, at risk of Homelessness
Ineligibility Criteria: Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 612-871-2883
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Long-term homeless, Case Management-Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups,
Health/Wellness Counseling

American Indian Community Housing Organization – Gimaaji Mino Bimaadizyaan Supportive Housing
Program serves these locations: Sibley County, St. Louis Co.
Group Served: Adult(s) with children, Adult(s) without children, Single adult, Single female with children, Victim of domestic violence
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 218-722-7225
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Long-term homeless

Anna Marie’s Alliance/Central MN Task Force on Battered Women – Jill Eckhoff Transition House
Program serves these locations: Stearns County
Group Served: Victim of domestic violence
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, Homeless, Fleeing domestic abuse
Ineligibility Criteria: Manufacturing drugs, SO Level III, Property damage, Prostitution from the unit
How to Apply: Call 320-253-6900
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate

Bi-County Community Action Programs – Conifer Estates Supportive Housing
Program serves these locations: Beltrami County
Group Served: Adult(s) with children, Adult(s) without children, Single adult, Single female with children, Single male with children
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 218-547-3307
Program Requirements: Long-term homeless

Bluff Country Family Resources – June Kjome Place Transitional Housing Program
Program serves these locations: Houston County
Group Served: Single adult, Single female with children
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, Homeless, Fleeing domestic abuse
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs, Other drug related convictions, Person-to-person violence, Prostitution from the
unit
How to Apply: Call 507-725-2676
Program Requirements: Domestic Abuse Counseling

Care and Share, Inc. – Supportive Housing
Program serves these locations: Polk County
Groups Served: Single adult male, single Adult female, Single adult female with children
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Other drug related convictions, SO Level III, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 218-281-2644
Program Requirements: Long-term homeless

Catholic Charities – Higher Ground Housing
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Homeless, At risk of homelessness
Ineligibility Criteria: Manufacturing drugs, Other drug related convictions, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry: www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Long-term homeless, Sober Living, Case Management – Advocate

Catholic Charities of St Paul & Mpls – Catholic Charities Higher Ground Residence
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: HUD Chronic Homeless, Minnesota Long Term Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs
SO Level II/ Level III
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry: www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: No on-site Chemical Use, Counseling, Case Management Advocate

Catholic Charities St Cloud – Al Loehr Veterans and Community Studio Apartments
Program serves these locations: Stearns County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs, Person-to-person violence, Failure to make payment, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 320-252-1670
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Sober Living

Catholic Charities St Cloud – Domus Transitional Housing
Program serves these locations: Stearns County
Group Served: Single female with children
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Other drug related convictions, Person-to-person violence, Prostitution from the unit
How to Apply: Call 320-259-9270
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Counseling

Catholic Charities St Cloud – Veterans Transitional Housing
Program serves these locations: Stearns County
Group Served: Veteran
Eligibility Criteria, Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless, Veteran, Chemically free
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs, Domestic violence, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 320-252-1650
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Sober living

CHE – Center of Human Environment
Program serves these locations: Mahnomen County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Failure to make payment, Property damage
How to Apply: 2425 230th Avenue, Mahnomen, Minnesota 56557, Ph# (218) 935-5403, email che@arvig.net
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Counseling, Sober Living

Hope Coalition – Transitional Housing
Program serves these locations: Goodhue County
Group Served: Adult(s) without children, Single female with children, Single male with children, Adult(s) with children
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 651-388-9360 x2
Program Requirements: Long-term homeless

House of Charity – House Of Charity GRH
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult, Veteran
Eligibility Criteria: HUD Chronic Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufactured drugs, Person-to-person violence, Damage to property
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry: www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Long-term homeless, Family reunification, Counseling, Sober Living
Note: The program’s studio rentals do not accept arson or Level II/III registrants but not their one bedroom apartment offerings.

Kootasca Community Action – Itasca Transitional Housing
Program serves these locations: Itasca County
Group Served: Adult(s) without children, Single female with children, Single male with children, Adult(s) with children
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufactured drugs, Damage to property
How to Apply: Call 1-877-687-1163
Program Requirements: At risk of becoming homeless, Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups

LivingWorks Ventures/Vinland National Center – LivingWorks Ventures/Crystal Lodge II
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: HUD Chronic Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Property damage, Person-to-person violence
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry: www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Support/Self-help Groups, Case management advocate, Counseling

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – LSS Anoka Supportive Housing
Program serves these locations: Anoka County
Group Served: Veteran, Adult(s) with children, Adult(s) without children
Eligibility Criteria: Homeless, Senior citizen, Physical disabilty
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Failure to make payment, Property damage
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Crisis Services

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota – LSS Family Roots Alliance
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Adult(s) with children
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Crisis Services

Mental Health Resources, Inc. – Stevens Supportive Housing Program
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Long-term homeless

Metro HRA/ Ramsey County – Met Council – COC Permanent Housing
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Adult(s) with or w/o kids
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Other drug related convictions, Prostitution from unit
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups

Our Savior’s Housing – Our Saviour’s Permanent Supportive Housing
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single female with children, Victim of domestic violence
Eligibility Criteria: HUD, Minnesota Long Term Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Failure to make payment, Property damage
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Long-term homeless, Case Management – Advocate, Crisis Services, Domestic Abuse Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups
Note: Also runs transitional program for chronically homeless females

Overcomers International Fellowship – Caleb House
Program serves these locations: Stearns County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless, Chemically free
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Property damage
How to Apply: For GRH, get a referral from Stearns County Human Services. 320-656-6000
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups, Sober living
Note: Organization also runs other homes: “Dream Center”, “Hospitality House”, and “Joshua House” in Stearns County, which
require a referral from a case worker, social worker, corrections agent or other human services professional. Also runs “Matthew &
Timothy Houses” in Kandiyohi County, call 320-656-6000 for more info.

Project for Pride in Living – ADAIR Campus Condo Association/No Place Like Home Communities/Robbinsdale Campus
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 612-455-5133
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups
Notes: Program has multiple sites across the state, but some of the homes will not accept SO Level III and others ban SO Level
II/III. Contact them for more details.

ReEntry House – GRH Hennepin
Program serves these locations: Hennepin County
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Mental health recovery, Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups
Note: Program has a second home, GRH Demo, that serves single adults living with HIV/AIDS

Restart, Inc – Restart Minnehaha
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult
Eligibility Criteria: Traumatic brain injury, Chemically free
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Manufacturing drugs, SO Level II/III, Failure to make payment, Property damage, Prostitution from the unit
How to Apply: Call 952-767-3350 x15.
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Support/Self-help Groups, Nursing

RS EDEN – RS Eden – Emanuel Housing
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult, Veteran, Person living with HIV/AIDS
Eligibility Criteria: HUD, HUD Chronic Homeless, Minnesota Long Term Homeless, Chemically free
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, SO Level III
How to Apply: Call 612-782-2994 or email housingintake@rseden.org
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Long-term homeless, Case Management – Advocate, Health/Wellness Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups

Salvation Army – Harvest Hills
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Adult(s) with children
Eligibility Criteria: HUD, HUD Chronic Homeless, HIV/AIDS, Physical disability – wheelchair
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, SO Level III
How to Apply: centralusa.salvationarmy.org/northern/HarvestHillsHousing/contact-us/
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Long-term homeless, Health/Wellness Counseling

Salvation Army – Hope Harbor
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult, Victim of domestic violence, Veteran, Person living with HIV/AIDS
Eligibility Criteria: HUD, HUD Chronic Homeless, Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, SO Level III
How to Apply: (612) 659-0705
Program Requirements: Chemical health recovery, Mental health recovery, Long-term homeless, Case Management – Advocate,
Health/Wellness Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups

The Link (Multiple locations)
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult (Some accept females with children and youth)
Eligibility Criteria: HUD Chronic Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Multiple contact info, see below —
Lindquist Apts. Call 612-287-1672
GRH Housing First (Hennepin Co., can handle wheelchair dependents) Call 651-215-2262
Transitional Living Program (Focus on youth with or w/o dependents), Call 612-348-3007
Program Requirements: Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups

Tubman – Tubman THP/Harriet Tubman Center
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Single adult, anyone with dependents
Victim of domestic violence
Eligibility Criteria: Fleeing domestic abuse
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Person-to-person violence, Property damage, Prostitution from the unit
How to Apply: Call 612-825-3333
Program Requirements: Domestic Abuse

YMCA of the Greater Twin Cities – YMCA Scattered Site Transitional Living Program
Program serves these locations: No Restrictions
Group Served: Adult(s) with or w/o children, Person living with HIV/AIDS, Victim of domestic violence, Youth with or w/o dependents
Eligibility Criteria: At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Other drug related convictions, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Openings filled through Coordinated Entry, www.hennepin.us/coordinated-entry
Program Requirements: Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups

YWCA – St Paul – YWCA – Permanent Supportive Housing – HTF
Program serves these locations: Ramsey County
Group Served: Adult(s) with children
Eligibility Criteria: Minnesota Long Term Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Other drug related convictions, Person-to-person violence, Property damage
How to Apply: Call 651-265-0741 or apply online at www.ywcaofstpaul.org/housing/
Program Requirements: Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups
NOTE: Other location includes “Rapid Re-Housing” unit

YWCA of Duluth – Spirit Valley Young Mother’s Supportive Housing Program
Program serves these locations: St Louis County
Group Served: Single female with children
Eligibility Criteria: HUD, HUD Chronic Homeless, Minnesota Long Term Homeless, At risk of homelessness, Homeless
Ineligibility Criteria: Arson, Prostitution from unit
How to Apply: Call 218-624-5451
Program Requirements: Case Management – Advocate, Counseling, Support/Self-help Groups, 24-hour Nursing

MISSISSIPPI

Sex Offender Halfway House
Dismas Charities
Director – Chris Kelly
5209 Old Hwy 42, Hattiesburg, MS 39401
Phone: (601) 582-0843
Note: Sex Offenders who are not a “hand-on” sex offender

MISSOURI

CLICK HERE to access the MO DOC Reentry database. When accessed in May 2021, the resource page was set up with a list of options on the right hand side of the screen, and you can choose “does not exclude sex offender” to weed out programs that will reject registered citizens.

Benee Crews
3369 Sims Ave, Saint Ann MO 63074 St. Louis City (county)
Counties: St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 314-755-1144
More Information: Not gender specific, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Serious Mental Illness, Developmental Disabilities, Rental Assistance/Subsidy, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

Caring Spaces
PO Box 10953, St. Louis MO 63135
Counties: St. Louis (county), St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 913-297-9367
More Information: Female only; Transitional Housing; Emergency Shelter; Family Unit; Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless; Disqualifies Prior Meth Sales at Housing Program; Disqualifies Felony Conviction

Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Inc.
850 Main, Kansas City MO 64105
Counties: Clay, Platte
Phone Number: 816-232-2885
http://www.catholiccharities-kcsj.org/
More Information: Not gender specific; Transitional Housing; Serious Mental Illness; Substance Use Disorder; Developmental Disabilities; Family Unit; Rental Assistance/Subsidy; Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

City Union Mission
1100 East 11th Street, Kansas City MO 64106
Counties: Cass, Clay, Jackson
Phone: 816-474-9380
https://cityunionmission.org/
More Information: Not gender specific, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Substance Use Disorder, Family Unit, Disqualifies Prior Meth Sales at Housing Program

Criminal Justice Ministry
941 Park Avenue, St. Louis MO 63104
Counties: St. Louis (county), St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 341-652-8062
Additional Phone Numbers: 314-881-6031- Ex-Offender Transitional Housing 314-881-6013- Veteran Transitional Housing
http://cjmstlouis.org/
More Information: Male only, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Veterans OTH Discharge or Higher, Veteran General Discharge or Higher, Rental Assistance/Subsidy, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

DAEOC 99
Skyview Rd, Portageville MO 63873
Counties: Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Scott, Stoddard
Phone: 573-379-3851
Additional Phone Numbers: 573-471-6014 Housing Office/Homeless Shelter
http://www.daeoc.com
More Information: Not gender specific, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities, Family Unit, Rental Assistance/Subsidy, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

Freedom Dream Center
17044 Hwy 39, Aurora MO 65605
Counties: Lawrence
Phone: 417-678-6909
http://freedomchristianministries.org/
More Information: Not gender specific; Transitional Housing; Substance Use Disorder

Hope Faith Ministries: Men’s Shelter
1108 East 10th, Kansas City MO 64106
Counties: Cass, Clay, Jackson, Johnson, Lafayette, Platte, Ray
Phone: 816-474-4599
http://www.hopefaithministries.org/
More Information: Male only, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter

One Door
300 E. Central, Springfield MO 65802
Counties: Greene, Webster
Phone: 417-225-7499
http://www.commpartnership.org/what-we-do/by-division/housing/one-door/
More Information: Not gender specific, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities, Family Unit

Ozark Action Inc.
710 East Main, West Plains MO 65775
Counties: Dent, Douglas, Howell, Laclede, Oregon, Ozark, Shannon, Texas, Wright
Phone: 417-255-2364 or 844-554-6635
More Information: Not gender specific, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities, Family Unit, Rental Assistance/Subsidy, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

Peter and Paul Community Service Inc.; Labre Center
1919 S 7th St, St. Louis MO 63104
Counties: St. Louis (county), St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 314-588-7111 or 314-664-3927
http://www.ppcsinc.org/emergency_shelter_s/1821.htm
More Information: Male only, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities

Recovery Chapel
217 W Bennett St, Springfield MO 65807
Counties: Greene
Phone: 417-887-7228 or 417-865-1997
http://www.recoverychapel.org/
More Information: Male only, Transitional Housing, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities

Restart
14440 E. 8th, Kansas City MO 64106
Counties: Jackson
Phone: 816-665-1147
More Information: Not gender specific, Transitional Housing, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Veterans OTH Discharge or Higher, Veteran General Discharge or Higher, Family Unit, Rental Assistance/Subsidy, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

St. Francis Community Center
412 Jungerman Road, St. Peter’s MO 63376
Counties: Lincoln, St. Charles, Warren
Phone: 636-498-2273
https://www.ccstl.org/organizations/st-francis-community-services/
More Information: Not gender specific, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Family Unit, Rental Assistance/Subsidy

Stepping into the Light
1402 Hebert, St. Louis MO 63103
Counties: St. Louis (county), St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 314-231-5175
http://www.sitlm.org/
More Information: Not gender specific, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Substance Use Disorder

The Community Veteran, disability and Reentry Housing Services
4166 Lindell, Saint Louis MO 63108
Counties: St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 314-580-3029
http://www.btmb.website/
More Information: Not gender specific, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities, Veterans OTH Discharge or Higher, Veteran General Discharge or Higher

Total Recovery Substance Abuse Program
PO Box 332, Boonville MO 65233
Counties: Cooper
Phone: 314-329-8586
https://www.tresap.org
More Information: Female only, Transitional Housing, Substance Use Disorder, Veterans OTH Discharge or Higher, Veteran General Discharge or Higher

YWCA Metro St. Louis
3820 West Pine Blvd, St. Louis MO 63108
Counties: St. Louis (county), St. Louis City (county)
Phone: 314-531-1115 or 314-553-9400 x5227
http://www.ywcastlouis.org/site/c.elKSIbOWIkJ8H/b.8566429/k.698D/Transitional_Housing.htm
More Information: Female only, Transitional Housing, Substance Use Disorder, Rental Assistance/Subsidy, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA)
304 N. 8th St., St. Joseph MO 64501
Counties: Buchanan
Phone: 816-232-4481
http://ywcasj.org/
More Information: Female only, Transitional Housing, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Developmental Disabilities, Family Unit, Meets HUD’s Definition of Homeless

reStart Inc.
918 E. 9th St., Kansas City MO 64106
Counties: Jackson
Phone: 816-472-5664
http://www.restartinc.org/
More Information: Not gender specific, Permanent Housing, Transitional Housing, Emergency Shelter, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Serious Mental Illness, Substance Use Disorder, Veterans OTH Discharge or Higher, Veteran General Discharge or Higher, Family Unit, Rental Assistance/Subsidy

COMING SOON:
Reset Missouri, St. Louis MO
314-384-6541
resetmissouri.org

MONTANA

MISSOULA 3:16
Office: 10450 Mullan Road, Missoula, MT 59808
Mail: P.O. Box 16833, Missoula, MT 59808
E-Mail: missoula316@aol.com
www.missoula316.org/

Adullam House Ministries
www.adullambillings.org/contact-us