If you are homeless or know someone experiencing homelessness, MACH is here to connect you with the resources that can best meet your needs.

The first call you should make is 2-1-1. All of MACH’s available shelters and services can be reached by dialing 2-1-1, a free, community resource call center for access to available health and human services, including shelters and housing programs for the homeless.

The shelters listed below participate in MACH’s programs. By clicking on the shelter name, you will be taken to that shelter's website for more information. Please note that every shelter is operated independently, and each has its own policies for admission. You may also reach the MACH Street Outreach Worker and the MACH Housing Assistance Program by dialing 2-1-1.      

 

Homeless Shelters in MACH Service Area

ES: Emergency Shelter; TH: Transitional Housing; PSH: Permanent Supportive Housing

Aid to Inmate Mothers (TH)
Serves formerly incarcerated women

Faith Crusade Montgomery Rescue Mission (ES, TH)
Serves men and women

Family Promise of Montgomery (ES) 
Serves working families with children under age 18

Family Sunshine Center (ES, TH)
Serves victims of domestic violence

Friendship Mission (ES, TH, PSH) 
Serves men, women, and children

House of Love and Mercy (ES)
Serves women

Lighthouse Counseling Center (PSH)
Serves men, women, and children in families with a substance abuse disorder

Mary Ellen’s Hearth at Nellie Burge (ES, TH)
Serves women with children

Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority (ES, TH, PSH)
Serves men and women with mental illness

New Life Church of God in Christ (ES)
Serves men, women, and children

Renascence (TH)
Serves male non-violent ex-offenders

Safe Haven Lodge (TH)
Serves male and female veterans

Salvation Army (ES, TH)
Serves men, women, and children

 

Mainstream Resources

MACH’s Mainstream Resources Committee has assembled useful information for clients and case managers about the available mainstream resources. Click the links below for information on each resource.

Child Care Assistance

Family Assistance (TANF)

Food Stamps

Unemployment Compensation

 

MACH’s Programs

MACH also serves the homeless through its Street Outreach and Housing Assistance Programs. Visit the Programs page to learn more about these.