Life Sustaining Physical Services
Life-sustaining physical services include: a daytime shelter; a 50-bed overnight shelter; breakfast, lunch, and dinner (NOTE: only lunch is open to ALL clients who come to Sarah's Circle during the day); laundry facilities; lockers; bathroom facilities (including showers); an address and telephone number (for job applications); and daily toiletries.
Case Management Services
Case Management services provide individualized assistance with employment, continuation of education, housing referrals, supportive counseling and aid with obtaining benefits.
The Housing Program of Sarah’s Circle places women in permanent housing, as well as providing support services necessary to retain the housing.
Education/General Wellness Services
Sarah’s Circle provides a variety of educational programs on topics pertinent to women who are homeless. Programs topics include domestic violence, all aspects of health; physical, emotional and mental, and advocacy.
Trauma Services for Women who are Homeless, Domestic Violence, Mood Management, and Art Therapy are specialized therapy programs, designed to provide women who have experienced trauma with the tools to move toward greater self-determination and empowerment.
Why Women-only Homeless Services?
Women become homeless for different reasons than men, have gender-specific needs while they are homeless, and will become housed and stay housed through different services than men. For more comprehensive information about the importance of women-only services, please see Why Women Only (pdf, 78.1KB)