The Champlain Inn serves as a year-round low-barrier temporary housing facility for anyone experiencing homelessness.
The Daystation serves individuals with a hot cup of coffee, a nutritious meal, and access to overnight shelter, services, and housing. The Daystation is a safe space where guests can take a shower, do laundry, receive mail, and use a phone or computer at no cost.
The ultimate goal at the family shelters is for guests to find permanent, affordable, and stable housing over the course of their up-to-six-month stay. Because each family is unique, there is also attention and focus on individual goals and circumstances.
The eight-bed Landing is a short-term housing option for homeless youth ages 16-23. Each room has two beds, and residents share a common living, kitchen, and dining area. The Landing provides safety, basic needs, resources, and support for youth while they develop a plan to address their immediate needs, future goals and permanent housing. Youth who are successful at the Landing have the option to move to our Transitional Housing.
The Emergency Housing Program helps provide safety and respite as guests work to rebuild their lives. It offers emotional support and wraparound services, as well as help meeting basic needs – including food, transportation, toiletries, cleaning supplies, and more.