Would You Believe I'm Homeless?

People end up homeless for lots of reasons. There is no stereotypical “homeless” story. They come from all walks of life.

Guest at the Women and Children in Crisis Center

Guest at the Women and Children in Crisis Center

I will tell you the kind of day I want—a day to set people free.

7 I want you to share your food with the hungry. I want you to find the poor who don’t have homes and bring them into your own homes.

When you see people who have no clothes, give them your clothes.
— Isaiah 58:6-7

Steelbridge provides a safe place for women and children to come during the day. Most homeless women don’t sleep at night because they fear for their safety.

A woman is very vulnerable on the streets - especially at night.

At the Steelbridge Women and Children in Crisis Center, we open our arms to these vulnerable women and say “Welcome, we have prepared a place just for you.”

They are met with a warm smile and given what they need at no cost to them. Volunteers provide life-skills classes or arts & crafts classes.

We invite every guest into long-term housing and recovery program at the Women’s Center of Hope. The goal of every Steelbridge outreach is long-term change and permanent solutions.

When you partner with Steelbridge, you are part of providing a safe place for vulnerable women and children.

Join us.