Harbor House Crisis Shelters mission is to provide hospitable shelter, transitional living and services for homeless women and families. Harbor House Crisis Shelters is committed to ending homelessness by providing direct services for homeless single women and families, by conduction public education, analysis of model programs and practices that create permanent housing opportunities, and by shaping policies to prevent future homelessness.
The SAMaritan Fund is sponsored by the Superior Area Ministerium. Funds may be used for rental and utility assistance, prescription co-pays, and transportation assistance. Learn More
Transitional Living Center (TLC) is for supportive housing assistance for homeless families and single women, and addresses the many barriers to attaining permanent housing. Learn More
HHC’s case management approach is holistic. It incorporates coaching, life-goals setting, life-skill training, assessments, referrals, and community resources on a bi-weekly basis. Learn More
HHCS provides 30 day emergency shelter for women and families. It is open 24 hours, every day, and provides daily needs such as clothing, bedding, and living supplies. Learn More