Operated by NeighborImpact, the Division Street Shelter is a 25 room, temporary, low-barrier, non-congregate, emergency shelter that provides safety off the streets and access to services to help guests find stability and connect to available supportive services while seeking permanent housing. This shelter is designed to serve unhoused individuals or couples ages 18+ as well as families with at least one family member age 18+ that have completed a Coordinated Entry System Housing Assessment (also known as a SPDAT) and expressed interest in shelter while completing the assessment. Priority for the limited available beds will be granted to the most vulnerable assessed.

The shelter will operate 24/7. Once a guest enters program they can come and go but daily check-ins are required, quiet hours are 10 pm – 8 am, and guests are expected to sleep at the shelter.

Read more facts about the Division Street Shelter Here: Division Street Shelter Frequently Asked Questions