Programs

The following programs work in unison to address the physical, spiritual, and emotional needs of our clients. If you are interested in receiving these services, please visit our Client Services page. If you are interested in volunteering with one or more of these programs, please visit the Volunteer page.

Care Giving Financial Assistance

Care Giving is financial assistance allocated for rental, utility, transportation, and medical needs.  Clients must have proof of income and participate in budgeting classes with HOTEL INC’s Financial Literacy Counselor. A limited number of appointments are made per week. For every $10 of assistance, clients must give one hour of service back. Service includes volunteering with HOTEL INC or another non-profit organization, attending the HOTEL INC Life & Bible classes, quilting with the Piecemakers; or by attending local church services. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering with Care Giving Financial Assistance, please visit our Volunteer page.

Drop-In Center

The Drop-In Center offers laundry, shower, and computer services for the homeless. Counselors are available to help clients search for jobs and housing, train clients in computer skills, resume-building, interview etiquette, and more. The drop in center is always in need of drives for detergent, dryer sheets, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, soap, shaving cream, razors, shower shoes, toilet paper, and toilet bowl cleaner. If your organization is interested in hosting a drive, please contact us. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering at the Drop-In Center, please visit our Volunteer page.

Food-for-All Community Garden

The Community Garden is a group of raised beds on HOTEL INC property maintained by volunteers. The produce grown is distributed in Manna Mart, adding fresh, local produce to our pantry distribution. Cooking and gardening classes are also offered. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering in the garden, please visit our Volunteer page.

Homeless Outreach/Street Medicine

Meets every Tuesday night to provide relational support and resources to the homeless. Outreach provides a hot meal, take-away meal, hygiene products, basic clothing (underwear, socks, coats, gloves, toboggans), blankets or sleeping bags, basic healthcare, case management, and Bible study. Four teams of medical volunteers, mental health volunteers and case managers also participate, providing medical care and outreach to people experiencing homelessness. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering with Outreach/Street Medicine, please visit our Volunteer page.

Life Classes, Devotion & Chaplain Services

Life Classes provide clients with the life skills needed to reach self-sufficiency and gain community.   Classes include cooking, parenting, GED, budgeting, meal planning/nutrition, and coupon-ing.

Volunteer class leaders teach budgeting, GED, cooking, nutrition, parenting, etc. We are always open to new class topics. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering with Life Classes, please visit our Volunteer page.

Chaplain’s are available Tuesday – Friday from 10-11:30am.

Quiet time with God is available in the Chapel, Tuesday – Friday 9-1pm.

Manna Mart

Manna Mart is a food pantry committed to providing nutritionally balanced and seasonal local foods. The food pantry provides clients with the “Best Practice” of shopping for themselves and their family.  A shopping list given to them is based on the household size and a volunteer assists with questions on food preparation, how to combine foods into meals and more. Manna Mart is supported by food donations from congregations, civic groups, businesses, and individuals. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering with Manna Mart, please visit our Volunteer page.

Fresh produce is provided through the Food for All Community Garden, Community Farmer’s Market vendors, Rian’s Fatted Calf, and through Meijer’s Simply Give campaign.

Piecemakers

Piecemakers are a dedicated group of quilt makers who donate their time and talents on the 2nd & 4th Thursdays of every month. Quilts produced by Piecemakers are given to newly housed clients, clients with high utility costs, or clients who have suffered loss due to fires or flooding. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering with Piecemakers, please visit our Volunteer page.

Short Term Rent Assistance with Case Management (STRAC)

STRAC is a program with ongoing case management that provides limited housing assistance  up to 12 months) to households in Warren County that are experiencing homelessness, precarious housing or risk of homelessness. If you’d like to learn more about volunteering with STRAC, please visit our Volunteer page.

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