Class of Housing: emergency shelter, food, and assists with educating people
Harvest house provides shelter, food, and assists with educating people who need assistance. This is a non profit organization.
Harvest house is part of the United Way.
Harvest House Programs The programs available to clients of the Harvest House include the following: 1. 3-Day Emergency Shelter - If you are homeless and need a warm and clean place to stay, Harvest House is available for you and your children. We are here to help "pick up the pieces" in your situation. After this 3-day period, you will be asked to enroll in one of our other programs or leave. 2. 30-Day Shelter/Work Program - Residents enrolled in this program are required to complete job applications and make application for public assistance. We have Internet-connected computers to assist in making on-line applications and offer employment counseling on an as-needed basis. 3. 120-Day Transition Shelter Program - Residents enrolled in this program must have a job or have another source of income such as social security or disability. Each person enrolled in this program must participate in our Savings Program, where 65% of their wages are given to the Harvest House for safe keeping. At the end of the 120 days (or when client leaves the program), 80% of these savings will be returned to the resident to be used for a deposit toward a rental apartment or house, or a down payment toward the purchase of a home. The remaining portion will be donated to Harvest House to help pay for the utilities used while clients have been participating in the Program. The Boonslick Heartland YMCA generously offers free access to its facilities to those clients who are enrolled in this program. We do not discriminate anyone with regard to handicap, color, age, gender, race, religion, sexual preference or national origin. Who Cannot Stay To maintain the safety of our residents and staff, those persons with conditions listed below will not be allowed to stay at Harvest House: Those with child abuse on their record Anyone with domestic abuse or assault on their record Anyone with sex crimes on their record Anyone presently using illegal drugs or alcohol Anyone with outstanding wants or warrants Pets are not allowed on premises
Helpful Definitions For Harvest House:
Day Shelters supplement homeless and low-income people when the shelter their staying in only offers shelter on an overnight basis. Case management is often provided and sometimes there are laundry and shower facilities. Meals and basic hygiene may also be offered. Almost all day shelters provide their services free of charge. Any emergency or homeless shelter that allows clients to stay during the day is also classified under this category.
How To Volunteer at Harvest House:
Be a volunteer. Call Harvest House at (660) 537-4278 for current volunteer work opportunities.
As A General Note About ShelterListings.org Listings:
ShelterListings.org does our best to provide listings that are free of cost. Many of the homeless shelters and services are free of charge. Some do charge small fees. We always urge the users of our website to visit the websites of the providers listed, OR give them a phone call to find out complete details.
In furtherance; Halfway Houses, Transitional Housing, and Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for the most part charge a fee. Most of the substance abuse resources we provide are low cost, Medicaid or sliding scale fee. We provide as much information as possible on the website of these locations.
Rooming and Boarding Houses do charge fees. We list them where we find them. They are a nice low cost option for housing.
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