The Salvation Army's Marshall House is located in Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood at 225 South Marshall Street. Its Family Shelter provides comprehensive services to 27 residents (families and single women) who are homeless.
Call 860-543-8430 for more information.
Marshall House programs offer far more than meals, clothing, and a place to sleep. Services are holistic and include prevention and response to issues surrounding homelessness and poverty.
The Homeless Prevention Program provides case management services and limited financial assistance to those at risk of homelessness with the goal of stabilizing housing and developing greater powers of self-sufficiency and self determination.
Housing 1st Program
The Housing 1st Program, offers intensive home-based support services to families who are homeless so that they may quickly transition into permanent housing.
The Family Shelter provides comprehensive services to 27 residents (families and single women) who are homeless.
Through the Supportive Housing Collaborative, The Salvation Army's Marshall House provides case management services for fifteen homeless families living in scattered site housing.