Joseph’s House and Homeless Action Committee update
Joseph’s House provides emergency shelter or support services to an average of 1700 men, women and children yearly. Central to Joseph’s House mission is to provide non-judgmental services to end homelessness. The staff works to build relationships based on each guest’s & tenant’s strengths and capacities. Treating each person with dignity & respect, and promoting self-determination empowers guests and tenants to make healthier choices.
We are open and doing our best to keep our staff and guests safe. Precautions recommended by local, state and federal officials are being followed. If you can support us at this unprecedented time please press the DONATE button.
Your donation helps support the core services we provide, including meals and overnight shelter for the homeless.
Find out about other ways to help us, including volunteering, taking part in events and donating items we need.
Join members of Troy Downtown-Area Churches and Joseph’s House & Shelter to provide people nighttime shelter during the cold months.
Organize a “drive” for items we always need. Toiletries, especially toothpaste, toothbrushes, and deodorant are always in demand.
We rely on volunteers to prepare lunch and dinner for approximately 40 people on Saturdays and Sundays.
Hospitality Volunteers spend time with guests and help with chores that keep the shelter running. We need hospitality volunteers weeknight evenings and all day on weekends.
The Hill Street Inn (18 studio and 2 one-bedroom apartments), The Lansing Inn (26 studio apartments in the former Phoenix Hotel) and Kendal House (SRO) 30 rooms.
Family Resettlement & Support Services support the journey from homelessness to community.