Shelters In Alabama
The state of Alabama has 32 shelters for homeless people, for woman with children.
Shelter services can be found in the following cities:
- 12 Shelters in Birmingham
- 5 Shelters in Huntsville
- 4 Shelters in Mobile
- 1 Shelter in Gadsden
- 1 Shelter in Albertville
- 1 Shelter in Bessemer
- 1 Shelter in Decatur
- 1 Shelter in Dothan
- 1 Shelter in Irondale
- 1 Shelter in Montgomery
- 1 Shelter in Opelika
- 1 Shelter in Ozark
- 1 Shelter in Tuskegee
- 1 Shelter in Woodville
The listing below is sorted by cities in alphabetic order.
LIST OF SHELTER SERVICES IN ALABAMA
The Aletheia House is a community-based program, which offers substance abuse and treatment for addicts coming from low-income families. It is considered one of Alabama’s largest treatment providers, along with HIV prevention, employment services and affordable housing. The program was founded by a group of volunteers in the early 1970s, and initially was addressing the needs of teens who were living on the street.
The Salvation Army offer services for men and women who are struggling with addiction or mental-health problems. The Salvation Army will provide housing, meals, work programs, and spiritual guidance, along with professional counseling. This particular location offers temporary shelters for men and women who are under financial stress.
Offering a nine to twelve-month rehabilitation program, The Lovelady Center can also offer addicts children to be housed in the center. Women who are battling addiction or substance abuse can receive the help they need, and offer patients the option for permanent recovery with medical services, counseling, life-skill training, and parenting classes.
The Harvest Evangelism provides help for men and women, and is a ministry that is focused on helping addicts. For over 35 years, operating out of East Alabama addicts can receive spiritual help for addiction, and can transform his or her life through the Gospel of Jesus Christ.