The Open Door Shelter

Transitional Housing
Norwalk, CT
Contact Information

4 Merritt Street
Norwalk, CT - 06854

(203) 866-1057 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one info@opendoorshelter.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About The Open Door Shelter

Its mission: is to effectively address the causes and complexities of the homeless and working poor by providing shelter, food, clothing, case management services, treatment services, transitional planning for short and long term goals, subsidized housing, education, employment, and a path towards independence and success. They provide shelter nightly with over 95 beds in their facility located at 4 Merritt St. From this same facility they operate the Manna House kitchen and pantry. They serve meals three times a day (over 20,000 per month) and provide boxed and canned goods to the working poor to help them make ends meet. Between the kitchen and the pantry, they provide approximately 60,000 meals per month to individuals and families in their community.

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

Hours of operation: 24 Hours 7 days a week
Fees: Percentage of income
Services: Transitional Housing/Shelter

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