Saint John's Hospice seeks to be a community grounded in faith and service where homeless persons find dignity, respect, nourishment, and opportunities for new beginnings.
40-bed residence for men--drug- and alcohol-free--to transition from homelessness to independence. Our men meet with our case managers to work through what caused their homelessness and direct them to appropriate treatment and skill development.
12-bed Good Shepherd Program for medically fragile homeless men. Once again, this is a transition from homeless to independence, working with our case managers.
Day services for men in need--a nutritious and hot noon meal for more than 300 men each weekday; as well as counseling services, daily showers and clothing, and a mailroom that serves over 3,000.
Overnight "Coffee House" for up to 27 men each night from 10 pm to 6 am. We build trust and encourage our men to seek the help they need to break their own personal cycle of homelessness. We provide refreshments, restrooms, showers, and staff support 365 nights a year.