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Summer is an especially rough time to be homeless in Illinois. High heat and humidity lead to many deaths among the medically vulnerable. Our homeless neighbors are no exception.
Church of the Incarnation will be providing shelter each Thursday evening from May - September.
Shift available include:
-Setup, Serving Meals, Overnight Shifts, and more! Visit journeystheroadhome.org for more information.
For more information visit journeystheroadhome.org or contact us at email@example.com or 847-963-9163 ext 121
1140 E NORTHWEST HWY, PALATINE, IL 60074, US
The mission of JOURNEYS | The Road Home is to individually assess and serve the homeless and near homeless, while broadening community awareness and involvement with the homeless.
JOURNEYS is a collaborative effort between the HOPE Center and PADS shelter sites focusing on intervention and prevention for those in need. The clinical staff at the HOPE Center provide a wide array of psychological services, including mental health counseling, vocational rehabilitation, and housing assistance, all geared to helping our constituents achieve independence. Along the way, 19 faith-based emergency shelter sites provide dinners and a safe, warm place to sleep from October through April and 5 faith-based emergency shelters providing the same hospitality from May through September.
The face of homelessness has changed. Financial instability now affects a wider segment of our population, extending into the middle class and even beyond. Our goal is to not only serve the needs of these people, but the community as a whole as our efforts provide services for free, and in turn, offset costs typically absorbed by hospitals, municipalities, and legal systems.
We'll work with your schedule.
330 W Golf RdArlington HeightsArlington Heights, IL 60005
February 18, 2020