ASSISTING HUMAN NEEDS
The Stuart House provides a two-year extended transitional housing program which is designed to move families (women and children) from homelessness to self-sufficiency. The program includes life-skill classes, case management services, counseling, three meals a day, and a mandatory debt elimination and savings program.
The Genesis House program provides short and long-term shelter
for single men (age 18+). All residents are required to secure full-time employment and participate in a mandatory savings program. A police background check is required.
We provide a smoke and alcohol-free environment, with random drug testing and regular breathalyzing. 24-hour security staffing is provided.
The Supportive Services program provides services to both homeless and non-homeless families and individuals. These services include: case management, emergency food pantry, showers, clothing vouchers, and limited transportation by appointment to local social services, employment opportunities, and housing and health agencies. A Family Thrift Shop provides low-cost clothing and household items for those in need. Donations are welcome! Please call for information.
The Homeless Breakfast Program provides a hot breakfast for the homeless every weekday at 8:00am. All participants must be registered by the Supportive Services case manager.
MY BROTHER’S TABLE
My Brother’s Table provides a hot meal to the community 365 days a year. Dozens of Carlisle-area churches and community organizations assist in this program by providing meals on weekends and holidays.
Monday-Friday - 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday - 12 Noon - 1:00 p.m.
Sunday - 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.