Thank you so much to all of you who have made gifts to support Hundred Nights. I can’t tell you how much your support means to the men, women and children who come to Hundred Nights because we help give them hope for a brighter future.
For those who have no home, whether a man who has lost his job and can no longer pay his rent or a woman and children who had to leave an abusive situation, being newly homeless in our community can be frightening. For those suffering with multiple issues such as mental illness or substance misuse, the added burden of homelessness can quickly become life-threatening. But it doesn’t have to be that way, thanks to those who lend a hand through their support of Hundred Nights.
The hope you give through your simple act of caring can help those who seek a safe home get back on their feet. The support they receive year-round through Hundred Nights, whether shelter in the cold or access to a computer and assistance applying for jobs, helps hundreds of people of all ages to get back on a path to a warm, safe home.
Thank you all for being a part of our community – your generosity will change and save lives, giving hope to those among us who are working to regain the warmth of home.
Assistance With Dignity
The Shelter and Resource Center are here to provide immediate, compassionate assistance to people struggling with homelessness, including:
- Basic Needs are Met – a bed, a shower, laundry facilities, haircuts, weekday breakfast and lunch food, weekend dinners, personal care items and clothing
- Educational Opportunities and Referrals to other community resources and services – Workshops and classes are held on topics ranging from financial education, job and life skills and anger management to bicycle repair, nutrition, art and music therapy and counseling either at Hundred Nights or at other agencies
- Assist clients with applications for affordable/subsidized housing, programs that help provide first months rent or security deposits, and benefits such as Medicaid and Food Stamps.
- Assist with obtaining birth certificates, Social Security cards, ID’s, and documentation of financial income and benefits received