536 Bushkill Drive • Easton, PA 18042-1898 • (610) 258-5540
Safe Harbor Easton is an emergency/ transitional shelter for homeless single men and women. It is also a drop-in program for low-income adults, particularly those who have difficulty with the tasks of daily life. Housed in a two-story building at 536 Bushkill Drive in Easton, the shelter has the capacity to house 16 men and 10 women overnight. Shelter residents are permitted to stay at the shelter for a period of up to 60 days while they prepare for their futures.
Safe Harbor Easton is a transitional homeless shelter dedicated to empowering and educating homeless men and women and to helping them to achieve a better way of life. To that end, Safe Harbor Easton provides safe, secure housing and case management for all clients. It is our mission to see that everyone who comes to us is given the means and opportunity to live a life of fulfillment and recovery.
During their stay at Safe Harbor Easton, residents have the opportunity to
By day, Safe Harbor Easton is a sanctuary for low income adults seeking a place to gather for meals and to obtain support services such as case management and referrals to local providers in the Lehigh Valley. By night, it is an emergency and short term transitional shelter for homeless single men and women. Safe Harbor Easton currently houses 19 men and 11 women. Shelter residents are permitted to stay for a period of up to 60 days while they strive to achieve self sufficiency.
The Day Program
At Safe Harbor Easton, low-income members of the community can participate in a program based on dignity and respect on weekdays (Monday through Friday) from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. They can take advantage of a number of helpful basic services, including a hot breakfast and lunch and homeless prevention case management services. Along with providing refuge from the streets, the program facilitates self-sufficiency and empowers people with the skills for daily living.
The Recovery Center
While the Recovery Center is not a treatment program and does not provide counseling, the staff at the Recovery Center is here to assist people in finding the treatment program and/or services appropriate to their needs.
The Recovery Center has an assortment of materials available on recovery for people seeking to begin treatment and to help those already in the process to sustain their recovery. In addition, computers, internet and telephone are available for program participants to use for medical assistance applications, job applications, resumes, letter writing, housing applications and other recovery related services.
Nov 19, 2013
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