Shelter Ministries Auburn Transitional Housing

Transitional Housing
Auburn, IN
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315 East 7th Street
Auburn, IN - 46706

260-925-9200 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. shelter.ministries.auburn@gmail.com Website Donate

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About Shelter Ministries Auburn Transitional Housing

Shelter Ministries is a Transitional housing for men, women and families. They offer counseling, shelter and training as they help rehabilitate those wanting to reenter society.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: “The mission of Shelter Ministries, Inc. is to provide Christ-centered rehabilitative and preventative services that empower, equip and encourage the homeless and near homeless in order that they may live independent, productive and successful lives.”

There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Oct 28, 2019

I am a case manager at the YWCA of NEI in Fort Wayne, IN. I am interested in information and an application for your organization.

Anonymous - Jan 28, 2020

I am looking to enter myself into a halfway house to assist me with kicking my drug addiction. I was wondering if you had any openings or how long your wait list is

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