President George Bush Sr
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Thousand Points of Light Program
City Master Plans
Guest Programs & Contracts
This is a Guest Program or
Generic City Master plan drafted for the City of San Antonio, Texas. The system is designed to prevent clients from
shelter hopping; attempting to hang on to the service structure and instead seeks clients to
identify their individual needs and sign a Legally Binding Contract
or individualized case plan which specifically lists rights and responsibilities
Good Samaritan Shelter
401 W Morrison Ave,
Santa Maria, CA 93458
The Salvation Army Lodge
1901 E Front Street
Salem, Oregon 97301
The Salvation Army Model Program
The Salvation Army Lodge in Salem, Oregon operates a Red Shield Lodge which functions as transitional housing. The
clients are required to pass an NCIC background check. Qualified canidates who check in can stay up to 1 1/2 years
by signing a legally binding contract to have an authorized case managed program which is generally customized to
individual circumstances. No client is asked or permitted to return in 30 or 90 days rather considers that client
needs will require an extended stay to address particular needs. The facilities houses women and children and
Sonjia Kurosky Executive Director
1243 Patterson Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Samaritan Ministries-Presidential Citation
The Samaritan Ministries
received a well deserved Presidential Citation for excellent services to the community and it's clients. Case management and a
stay time long enough for most clients to help themselves; clean; and well run with case management makes this a well funded
Wayne Huizenga Family Campus
Broward Partnership for the Homeless, Inc.
Frances Esposito CEO
920 Northwest 7th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311-7229
Wayne Huizenga Campus
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Wayne Huizenga Campus was created
through a generous donation by Mr. Wayne Huizenga Foundation-owner of the Miami Dolphina & Blockbuster Video. The facility resembles a major hotel with indoor courtyard and fountain and could be considered a model facility and has a
unique relationship with the Fort Lauderdale Police
DepartmentPersons seeking shelter must apply at the Police Department after 5PM and after an NCIC check successful
canidates are taken in a patrol car to the Wayne Huizenga Campus-where they walk in through metal detector.Clients may have several day wait until processed in by case managers into a program meeting their
particular needs and are given guest ID which permits them to enter and leave the facility at will. The shelter has a variety of programs in house covering different needs
Clients can stay up to 60 days with extensions possible as merited.
Fort Lauderdale Police Department
1300 W. Broward Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
Office - (954) 828-6411
Fax - (954) 828-6676
Las Vegas Rescue Mission
Pays $200,000 Salary To Clients
This link The policy suggested is that clients who are employable must seek
long term gainful employment The Las Vegas Rescue Mission
is a model for long term employment which in 1993 reported paying clients $200,000 in salary. The Las Vegas Rescue Mission has
a job contractor on site who employies only clients of the Mission at special jobs such as the
Basketball Arena or Convention Center. Clients who work cannot participate in this program if they drink or drug and must place their
monies in a join Savings Account with the Rescue Mission. The program requires clients to save a given precentage of their income towards their graduation from
the program or securing outside employment.
United Methodist Outreach
3320 East Van Buren
Phoenix, Arizona 85008
Motel Become Transitional Housing
United Methodist Outreach is an organization
which took a former hotel and turned it into a transitional housing unit which
provides services to help familities(PDF File) rejoin society. Located several miles from downtown Phoenix the facility is surrounded by a high iron fence with single
access entrance manned by "security". Has individual rooms for families; laundry; kitchen facilities and requires clients to participate in
Transient Surveys Shelters
Sunday, November 20th, 1988
Seattle Post Intelligencer
MEDFORD, ORE- In his wandering from San Diego to Seattle Chris Walters has surveyed homeless shelters and developed ideas about how to make them better.
"I'm not doing just a survey" says Walters from a phone
booth in Stockton, California."I live there. I'm a homeless person too."
James Harris, Manager of Oregon's Homeless Program, says Walters has provided information about the needs and movements of the homeless and transients on the I-5 Corridor - information that
officials wouldn't get otherwise
"I think he's doing a public service".
Walters said he worked in security for 10 years as a clerk in a bank in Florida before hitting the road. After a six month stint as a motel clerk in 1986, he was back on the road again. "If you were looking at me, you couldn't tell I was homeless." He said on the telephone."You would assume I worked in a bank or something. The only thing that would give me away would be my disintegrating tennis shoes."
His office is a notebook he carried in a small duffle bag along with a change of clothes and a few personal items.
In His travels he distributes his reports on homeless shelters
to city managers, county supervisors, social-service
departments, Congressmen, Senators, Libraries, and Newspapers
He applauds a decision in California to open National Guard Armories as shelters on cold nights and would like to see other states do the same. "It keeps people from freezing to death, "
he said. Walters ranks Oregon first in the West in helping homeless men to go back to work, followed by Nevada, Arizona, Washington, and California.
He said the short time a person can stay in a shelter makes it
harder for him or her to settle down and get a job. "When a homeless person is in Medford and his five days are up, he's not going to starve to death or freeze to death at night,"
Walters said, "He's going to go north to Roseburg or south to Redding. Most homeless move around because the homeless system is set up to encourage them to move around. He would like to see shelters allow one 30 day stay a year, so people can get a job and start a life for themselves.
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