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Emergency Shelters

Halo Home
3519 Bennett Lane Jefferson City MO 65101       
573-418-9912

The HALO Home provides housing for up to 24 month to pregnant, parenting, and non-parenting youth ages 16-21 years old who are in homeless or high-risk situations. HALO defines homeless youth as, “minors who are not involved in the foster care system and cannot live with their biological parents due to situations such as: parents being incarcerated, addicts, physically or emotionally abusive, who take no physical or financial responsibility for their children, or parenting teens who are not welcome to in their parents’ home due to financial burdens or religious beliefs”



New Life Evangelistic Center
901 Wilkes Boulevard, Columbia, MO 65201
(573)875-0603   Fax: (573)875-0603
New Bloomfield: 573-896-8912

Hours: Shelter for Men: 6:45p.m.-8:00a.m.; Free Store (clothing): 12-4:00 (M-Sat)
Services: Temporary emergency shelter for men; clothing; referrals, food pantry
Fee: None
Eligibility: Police check for shelter and photo ID



Rape and Abuse Crisis Service
 
Address Confidential
573/634-8346 Hotline: 1-800-303-0013 Hotline:573-634-4911 Fax: 573-659-8505 

The Jefferson City Rape and Abuse Crisis Service is a supportive counseling agency providing services for physically, emotionally, and sexually abused persons. Services provided by RACS are: emergency shelter, food, and clothing; counseling for victims and families; and referrals to appropriate agencies. Fee: Free 



Salvation Army - Center of Hope Homeless Shelter
927 Jefferson Street Jefferson City, MO 65101          
573-635-1975
http://www.usc.salvationarmy.org/usc/www_usc_columbia.nsf/vw-text-dynamic-arrays/3776B4E0845E99B9862575C400581F71?openDocument&charset=utf-8

Daily Services: Provides assistance to low-income individuals and families in crisis. Operates homeless shelter and offers emergency food, clothing, rent and utility assistance, as well as character building programs for youth and adults, counseling and referrals. Also provides seasonal assistance.



Rainbow House
1611 Towne Dr. Columbia, MO 65202
(573) 474-6600 ext. 2121  Fax: (573) 474-5992
Hours: Office: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (M-F); Facility: 24 hours daily

Hours: Office: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (M-F); Facility: 24 hours daily
Services: Emergency shelter for abused/neglected children; care for children of families in crisis by private agreement; respite care for children in foster homes; Regional Child Advocacy Center provides site for team interviews of victims of child maltreatment, child SAFE exams and advocate services for victims; Sol House transitional living program for ages 16-21; outpatient counseling for individuals and families affected by child abuse; group counseling; child abuse resource library. Fee: None for shelter care, sliding fee or no charge for counseling, Medicaid accepted. Eligibility: Shelter serves children (ages 0-18) and families in crisis (self-referral or Children’s Division referral); Child Advocacy Center is available to law enforcement, DFS, juvenile office and prosecuting attorney; counseling is open to any individual or family affected by child abuse.



St.Raymonds

Headquarters Location: 308 East High St. , Suite 207, Jefferson City, MO 65101         

573-893-2067

 http://www.srshelp.org/


Hours: Referring agency representatives may contact St. Raymond’s Society on behalf of a client at 573-353-0959, Monday - Friday between the hours of 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Services: St. Raymond’s Society House is a transitional home for expectant and newly parenting mothers. Provides resources to mothers in need to become self-reliant and prepare them to give their child the security of a stable home. Offers additional support to pregnant and newly parenting woman who do not need housing but face other challenges, including financial assistance and baby supplies when funds allow. 
Fee: Free of charge 
Eligibility: Clients must be expectant or newly parenting mothers. Mothers and children five years old or younger may be eligible to live at St. Raymond’s Society House with their children. Residents of SRS House must be 18 years old or older. 
Intake Procedures: Referral from another agency and application process. 
Required Documentation for Services: St. Raymond’s Society application from referring agency, state ID, background check. 
Geographic Area Served: Central Missouri 
Population Served: Mother – Clients must be 18 or older to live at SRS House, however no age restrictions on clients living outside of SRS House




Welcome Home Inc. (Veterans)
2120 Bus. Loop 70E, Columbia, MO 65201
(573) 443-8001  Resident's phone (573) 449-9041   Fax: (573) 449-5080
Hours: Office: 8:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. (M-F)- Hours vary depending on the director’s schedule

Services: Food, shelter, case management, Rapid Rehousing, VETS work employment services, transitional housing, crisis intervention and emergency assistance. 
Eligibility: Any homeless veteran may apply
Fee: none


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