shelter / housing
Calvin Vinson, Director
189 North Forest Street
Spartanburg, SC 29301
(864)583-1628 ; FAX: (864)583-9139
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Willingness to comply with ministry guidelines
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Walk in
Miracle Hill Rescue Mission provides food, shelter, discipleship, counseling and assistance in finding work and housing. It also offers a free medical clinic providing vision, dental, and medical exams for clients and the surrounding community.
FUNDING: Contributions from churches, businesses, and individuals
PARENT AGENCY: Miracle Hill Ministries, Inc., PO Box 2546, Greenville, SC 29602, (864)268-4357 ; Toll Free, 1(877)558-4357
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg and surrounding counties
Beth Rutherford, Interim Executive Director
899 South Pine Street
Spartanburg, SC 29302
Provides temporary shelter, food and support services through a faith-based network to homeless families of Spartanburg County. SPIHN's goals are to help families break the cycle of homelessness and to provide opportunities for volunteers of all faiths to help alleviate stress caused by homelessness.
ARE SERVED: Spartanburg
Cindi Goodin, Director
PO Box 2914
Spartanburg, SC 29304
STREET ADDRESS: 282 South Church Street, 29306
HOURS: Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm; Resident Intake Hours: from 1-5 pm Monday-Friday; 24 Hour Emergency Intake based on availability; Shelter operates 24 hours, 365 days a year.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: The Haven accepts intact families with or without children, single parent families, legal guardian families, and single women. Entry requires identification, homelessness status, financial, relationship verifications and stated willingness to follow a Plan of Action.
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Initial screening by phone or walk-in; Intake application process requires verifications, Needs Assessment and Plan of Action development.
Sheltering and Supportive Services Program. Sheltering includes 3 meals daily, clothing, personal hygiene items, linens, towels, laundry facilities, phone and mail; Supportive Services includes Intensive Case Management, Daily Living Skills education program and Extended Case Management. Information and referral services are provided to those seeking shelter who do not meet eligibility criteria or cannot be assisted due to lack of space.
FUNDING: Second Presbyterian Church, Spartanburg Regional Hospital Foundation, FEMA, Spartanburg County Community and Economic Development, United Way, First Presbyterian Church, ESGP, Westminster Presbyterian Church, Evangel Cathedral, individual citizens, community groups and businesses.
PARENT AGENCY: None-Independently operated 501(c)3 nonprofit
ALTERNATE CONTACTS: Robin Alexander, PA; Mark Durkin, PA, (864)582-6737
AREA SERVED: Spartanburg County
Great Mission for Men Who Are Being Released From Prison to Have a Fresh Start. Help with Transportation, Housing, and Recovery. Please Contact Ed Littlejohn for More Details at 864-384-8465.