Sloan House is a 22 bed shelter that offers temporary housing and supportive services for women and their children. The shelter can serve women with up to two children. The initial stay is for 30 days, with 30 day extensions granted one month at a time based on the participant’s commitment to moving forward. The maximum stay at Sloan House is 180 days.
The facility is clean and sober with random drug testing. Women are assigned a case manager who works with them weekly to create an individual action plan designed to move the participant toward self-sufficiency.
Women must be able to do a daily chore, complete 4 hours of community service each week, and follow shelter rules, policies and procedures.
Harold’s Home offers a one year program for women and children. The home like environment is integrated with supportive services that are individually tailored to meet the participant where they are in their journey to self-sufficiency.
The program offers both support and growth opportunities by focusing on the individual strengths of each participant and guiding them to success in their personal lives and in their careers or educational pursuits.
Harold’s Home staff is trained in providing Trauma Informed Care to ensure a safe environment for women and their children to heal from their struggles.
Other onsite services include life skills workshops, financial literacy, parenting classes, Job search coaching, weekly case management meetings, and house meetings.