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Barnabas House Homeless Transitional Shelter for Males

Barnabas House Homeless Transitional Shelter is a supportive – yet temporary – housing accommodation that is meant to bridge the gap from homelessness to permanent housing by offering structure, supervision, support, life skills, and in some cases, education and training. The program is designed for males, eighteen years of age and older, within the area of Franklin County, New York with those individuals being afforded the opportunity to be involved in, but not limited to, the following aspects of the program:

  • Connection to services within the community

  • Transportation assistance

  • Financial Assistance

  • Utilities Assistance

  • Food Assistance

  • Connection to Primary Care/medical services

  • Benefit advisement

  • One-on-One Mutual Support

  • Housing application assistance

  • Planning and guidance

  • Employment assistance and/or connection to employment opportunities

  • Assistance with personal hygiene products

  • Clothing aspects (both formal and informal)

  • Connection to mental health counseling

  • Connection to substance use counseling

  • Assistance with creating an individualized service plan (ISP)

Contact us to see if you qualify for this service 518-521-3507

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