Guest

 I’m homeless. What should I expect?

St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter is a seasonal, emergency, last resort shelter for adult men and women. Open November 1-April 30 each year, St. John’s becomes home to those not eligible for mainstream services due to a variety of reasons including:

  • Addiction
  • Criminal Records
  • Exhausted length of stay at another shelter
  • Mental Health/Physical Disabilities
  • Previous episodes of homelessness

Admission Criteria for St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter

  • Must have no other housing options at time of presentation
  • 18 years of age or older
  • Registered sex offenders are not able to reside at St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter due to our close proximity to a school
  • Police will be notified of any individual with an outstanding warrant
  • Individual must be able to provide complete self care
  • Anyone with self- reported or documented, untreated, active TB will not be allowed into shelter until proof of medical clearance is provided
  • Individual must agree to a criminal background check, notification of law enforcement, Department of Corrections and specific service agency contacts
  • Individual must be willing to provide complete intake information
  • Individuals staying for their first night of the season must check in at Shelter by
    2:00 am

The Micah Center is a year round, daytime resource center for individuals currently experiencing homelessness or at-risk for homelessness regardless of where you reside at night.

Admission Criteria for The Micah Center

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Individual must be able to provide complete self care
  • Anyone with self- reported or documented, untreated, active TB will not be allowed into the resource center until proof of medical clearance is provided
  • Individual must be willing to provide complete intake information

For more information on the programs available to you in shelter and at the resource center, please visit the Programs page.

To know you’re not alone, and to see others who have benefited from the services offered at St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter, visit the Guest Stories page.