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