About Our House: On the first floor in front arethe offices for the Guesthouse and St. Luke’s Health Center, a family doctor’s office. Also on the first floor in the back, the Guesthouse has three rooms, a kitchen, and bathroom which can accommodate up to five men. Upstairs we have four rooms, a kitchen, two bathrooms, and a common room which can accommodate up to six women and children. In the past the House served as the day center for the Southbridge Interfaith Hospitality Network.
Staying at the Guesthouse: The Guesthouse is open Monday through Saturday from 3pm till 9am. During the daytime hours guests must be out of the house, working, looking for work, or staying with friends or family. We are open all day on Sundays and holidays. Rooms are fully furnished. Guests need only bring a small number of personal belongings and clothing. Meals are not provided and guests are responsible for preparing their own food.
Support for Guests: Each guest will meet regularly with our guest advocate to help them work on their issues and get into permanent housing.
Length of Stay: The Guesthouse is intended to provide only short-term shelter for those in need. Guests may stay up to a maximum of 30 days.
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Community Support: During its first three years of operation, the Guesthouse was privately run and supported. We are now established as a non-profit, public charitable institution (501c3) that we hope will serve the community for many years to come. This effort to serve the homeless is much needed but to succeed we will need your help and the help of many in our community. We are grateful for all those who have supported us including: