Interfaith Partnership Sheridan Hollow Drop-in Shelter Provides Safe Haven

Interfaith Partnership Sheridan Hollow Drop-in Shelter Provides Safe Haven

Homeless individuals who struggle with untreated mental illness and addiction often have difficulty finding safe housing and may live in places not meant for human habitation, including abandoned buildings, cars, and parks. Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless' Safe Haven program provides support for those that are literally homeless and have no other options for emergency shelter.

A grant from The Troy Savings Bank Charitable Foundation supported the Safe Haven program, a low-demand shelter program that provides food and shelter to homeless individuals. More information about the Safe Haven program can be found here.

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