Individuals in Need

No one should experience homelessness – no one should be without a safe, stable place to call home. – vision of Opening Doors

If you are experiencing or at-risk of homelessness and are looking for help there are resources available.

For Local Resources:

For Veterans:

  • National Call Center for Homeless Veterans.  Trained counselors are available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help you. 
  • 1-877-4AID VET (1-877-424-3838)

Domestic Violence:

  • If you are in danger of domestic violence or want to help a loved one who is, call the domestic violence hotline.
  • 1−800−799−SAFE (7233)  or 1−800−787−3224.

For Youth:

More resources on programs and services you can apply for and ways to find resources in your area are located below:

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