Good Samaritan House

Good Samaritan House We offer an emergency shelter, soup kitchen, food pantry, transitional house and emergency assistance WE OFFER:
Due to COVID some of our policies have changed.
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GOOD SAMARITAN MINISTRIES: HELPING THE HOMELESS HELP THEMSELVES! Please call the shelter for daily updates. Emergency Shelter:
Volunteer Opportunities in the Emergency Shelter include answering phones 8-4, transporting and assisting clients, and minor maintenance and repairs. The shelter is in operation 24/7, at 701 S Marion. The Emergency Shelter has the capacity to house 26 persons. Our Shelter

Coordinator is Francis Murphy He can be reached at 457-5794. Soup Kitchen:
Opportunities in the Soup Kitchen include picking up food and helping to prepare and serve it. Meals are served at 8:00, 11:30 and 5:30, at 701 S Marion. Our Soup Kitchen provides nutritionally balanced meals served three times a day, every day of the year, to residents of the emergency shelter. We also welcome people from the community who are hungry. Our Soup Kitchen Coordinator is Savannah Gallon. She can be reached at 457-5794. Emergency Assistance:
The Emergency Assistance program helps area residents pay their rent or utility bills in order to prevent them from becoming homeless. This is a one-time assistance. The recipient must demonstrate the ability to maintain a normal payment schedule in the future. Our Emergency Assistance Coordinator is Francis Murphy. He can be reached at 457-5794. Transitional House:
Some individuals staying in the Emergency Shelter are not prepared to live independently without additional basic life skills training. The Transitional House helps these people by providing support services for up to 24 months to prepare them for a smooth transition into the community. The Transitional House has the capacity to house 12 persons. Our Transitional House Coordinator is Julia McQueen. Food Pantry:
Volunteers at the Food Pantry stock shelves and fill orders from 9:00 am to 11:30 am every Monday and Friday, at the University Baptist Church, 700 S Oakland. The Food Pantry provides canned goods and perishables to people in need. Area churches and civic organizations provide food and augment federal commodities. We also need volunteers for pick ups. Our Food Pantry Coordinator is Kathleen Gallivan. She can be reached at 457-0323.

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701 S Marion Street
Carbondale, IL
62901

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GOOD SAMARITAN MINISTRIES: HELPING THE HOMELESS HELP THEMSELVES! WE OFFER: Emergency Shelter: Volunteer Opportunities in the Emergency Shelter include answering phones 9-5, transporting and assisting clients, and minor maintenance and repairs. The shelter is in operation 24/7, at 701 S Marion. The Emergency Shelter has the capacity to house 30 persons. Our Shelter Coordinator is Angel Wilson. She can be reached at 457-5794. Soup Kitchen: Opportunities in the Soup Kitchen include picking up food and helping to prepare and serve it. Meals are served at 8:00, 11:30 and 5:30, at 701 S Marion. Our Soup Kitchen provides nutritionally balanced meals served three times a day, every day of the year, to residents of the emergency shelter. We also welcome people from the community who are hungry. Our Soup Kitchen Coordinator is Aaron Barnett He can be reached at 457-5794. Emergency Assistance: The Emergency Assistance program helps area residents pay their rent or utility bills in order to prevent them from becoming homeless. This is a one-time assistance. The recipient must demonstrate the ability to maintain a normal payment schedule in the future.Our Prevention Coordinator is Angel Wilson. She can be reached at 457-5794. Transitional House: Some individuals staying in the Emergency Shelter are not prepared to live independently without additional basic life skills training. The Transitional House helps these people by providing support services for up to 24 months to prepare them for a smooth transition into the community. The Transitional House has the capacity to house 12 persons. Our Transitional House Coordinator is Julia McQueen. She can be reached at 457-5794. Food Pantry: Volunteers at the Food Pantry stock shelves and fill orders from 9 to 11, Monday and Friday, at the University Baptist Church, 700 S Oakland. The Food Pantry provides canned goods and perishables to people in need. Area churches and civic organizations provide food and augment federal commodities. We also need volunteers for pick ups. Our Food Pantry Coordinator is Kathleen Gallivan. She can be reached at 457-0323.

Questions: Please call our Executive Director, Patty Mullen at 457-5794.


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