Up to 45 men are welcomed as guests each night in our clean, safe shelter. The men are assigned a bed and meet with a case manager to discuss their needs. While providing men clean, safe shelter is critical, we know that long-term success is only achieved when a combination of emotional, physical, behavioral and spiritual support is provided. Diagnosis of underlying, and often generational, issues is the foundation for action plans and goals designed to promote overall health and well-being. We help prepare guests to identify and seek employment opportunities that offer a career path, rather than a survival-mode job. Guests are taught work ethics and job responsibilities.