Tim’s House Emergency Shelter
Shelter offers emergency shelter to homeless families and individuals in Franklin and Grand Isle counties. In addition to providing the necessity of shelter, we also have three transitional apartments for families and two apartments for individuals. We have one full time and two part time case managers that assist guests with finding employment and permanent housing, repairing credit and landlord references, parenting skills, how to sustain an apt., advocacy, working with area landlords etc.
short-term emergency apartments
Samaritan House, Inc. operates two, 3-6 month transitional apartment for homeless men and women of Franklin and Grand Isle counties. This program provides individuals with the support needed to find and maintain a job, build or repair credit, and to develop the financial resources necessary to obtain permanent housing. Samaritan House, Inc. provides case management and other support services in order to ensure the success of our guests.
Samaritan House, Inc. operates a 3 month transitional homeless shelter for homeless families of Franklin and Grand Isle counties. This program provides families the support needed to find and maintain jobs, build or repair credit, and to develop the financial resources necessary to obtain permanent housing. Samaritan House, Inc. provides case managment and other support services in order to ensure sustainability and the success of families.
Samaritan House has 3 full time case managers. Our case managers work intensively with folks to ensure that they are saving money, repairing credit, following through on their service plan, and are working to improve their lives. Our case managers work with all folks who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless to assist them with getting and sustaining permanent housing. We provide case management for homeless individuals and families at the shelter, in our transitional housing program, in motels, at campgrounds etc. Individuals and families who are permanently housed receive support services for a minimum of one year to help ensure sustainability. Case managers contact landlords monthly to make sure that folks are paying their rent, not causing problems or damage etc. We have developed good relationships with many area landlords and hope to develop more in 2017.
- Lisa Goulette
- Cathy Chamberland