Emergency Housing 

Center for the Homeless
  • Emergency shelter & meals

  • Housing counselor

  • Health & legal services

  • GED classes

  • Employment training

  • Full service medical clinic

 

813 S. Michigan St., South Bend, 46601

(574) 282-8700

Hours: 24 hours

Elkhart Women’s Shelter
  • Safe and secure housing for victims of domestic violence

  • Assistance with obtaining housing, protective orders

  • Help with job searching, counseling, and child care

 

132 State St., Elkhart, 46516

(574) 295-6596

(574) 294-1811 (crisis hotline)

Hours: Mon-Sun, 8:00am – 5:00pm 

Emerge Ministries
  • Outreach and homeless prevention

  • Emergency assistance 

  • Emerge transitional care center

731 Wagner Ave., Elkhart, 46516

(574) 293-0776

Faith Mission
  • Emergency shelter for up to 14 days

  • 6 – 18 month long-term housing/recovery programs available

  • Provides meals, clothing, classes, counseling, and employment assistance

 

801 Benham Ave., Elkhart, 46516

(574) 293-3406

Fellowship Missions
  • Emergency housing 

  • Self-sufficiency program

  • Recovery program 

1520 E. Winona Ave., Warsaw, 46580

(574) 268-9555

info@fellowshipmissions.net

Goshen Interfaith
  • Provides access to day-center from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm, followed by transportation to one of 14 local host/partner churches for meals and lodging

  • 12 to 18 month family programs available

 

105 S. 3rd St., Goshen, 46526

(574) 534-2300

Hemminger House
  • Safe House for women victims of domestic violence and their children

  • Women must be at least 18 yrs old

  • Children with her can be boys or girls, but must be under the age of 18

  • Domestic violence shelter program limited 45 days

  • Also offer escape program and help finding resources

 

PO Box 4, Plymouth, 46563

(574) 936-SAFE (7233)

Hours: 24 hours (during the day is preferable)

Lacasa
  • Assists clients achieve financial stability, find a new home, prevent foreclosure, find affordable rentals, get home repair assistance, immigration counseling, and neighborhood engagement.

 

202 N. Cottage Avenue
Goshen, IN 46528

(574) 533-4450
Hours: Mon- Fri, 8:30am - 5:00pm

Safe Shelter
  • Emergency housing for victims of domestic violence and their children

  • Provides basic living needs for up to 30 days, help finding permanent home

 

996 N Shore Dr., Benton Harbor, 49022

(269) 925-9500 (crisis line)

Safe Station
  • 24 hr. residential emergency shelter for teenagers (ages 12-18) who have runaway, been pushed out of their home, or are in crisis

  • Provides individual, group, and/or family counseling  and referral assistance for additional services

 

Youth Service Bureau

1322 Lincolnway E., South Bend, 46613

(574) 235-9396

(574) 235-7593

ysbinfo@sbcglobal.com

YWCA of St. Joseph County
  • Emergency housing for victims of domestic violence, mothers may bring children

 

1102 Fellows St., South Bend, 46601

(574) 233-949

(574) 232-9558 (domestic violence crisis hotline)

Hours: Mon-Thurs, 8:00am – 5:00pm

                       Fri, 8:00am – 2:00pm

Page Index

All Continuing Education resources are listed here in alphabetical order. 

  1. Center for the Homeless

  2. Elkhart Women's Shelter 

  3. Emerge Ministries 

  4. Faith Mission

  5. Fellowship Missions

  6. Goshen Interfaith 

  7. Hemminger House

  8. Lacasa

  9. Safe Shelter

  10. Safe Station 

  11. WYCA of St. Joseph County