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Hope for tomorrow.

We provide Christ-centered programs and services for the homeless and those in need. Our services take a holistic approach to our local homelessness community by providing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual help.

Homeless Services

We provide temporary emergency shelter to homeless women, families with male children up to their 18 birthday and custodial single fathers.Breakfast, lunch, dinner, showers, clothing, chapel services, case management, as well as health screenings, are just a few of the services provided to all mission guests.

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We provide an environment where homeless families may share meals, attend chapel together, engage in life skills classes, and enjoy family centered case plans as they work toward ending their homelessness.

We walk alongside our guest through their transformation journey. Guest who secure full-time employment and safe housing receive:

  • Assistance furnishing new home
  • Referrals for marriage counseling

Once in their new home, guests are welcome to continue participating in chapter and life enrichment classes

The Cold Weather Policy ensures person can find a safe place to sleep and a nutritious meal during the cold months. CWP happens approximately late November – March. Contact shelter for specific dates each year.

For more information on emergency shelter, contact Kristen at 231-727-6010.

Children’s Services

Matthew 19:14Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

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  • Help enroll and transport children to school
  • Backpack and school supplies give away
  • Parenting class referrals
  • Referral for Children Counseling
  • Help establishing a pediatrician
  • On site after school tutoring
  • Free summer camp and Education oriented field trips
  • Onsite Childcare
  • Christmas toy give away for children residing in shelter
  • Biblical based preschool curriculum for children ages 0-5
  • Age appropriate educational and spiritual programs for children ages 5 and up
  • Connect children with mentoring programs

The Cold Weather Policy ensures person can find a safe place to sleep and a nutritious meal during the cold months. CWP happens approximately late November – March. Contact shelter for specific dates each year.

For more information on emergency shelter, contact Kristen at 231-727-6010.

Residential Program

Our women’s residential programs are designed to address the specific issues that contribute to life instability and, in turn, homelessness. The primary goal of these long-term programs is to walk alongside women and children as they either enter or strengthen their walk with Christ.

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Women at the Well – WOMEN’S BLUEPRINT FOR LIFE (Use Women at the Well design)

Isaiah 12:3 With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation.

WOMEN AT THE WELL IS A PERSONALIZED PROGRAM DESIGNED TO HELP WOMEN LEARN AND TRULY BELIEVE THAT GOD HAS A PURPOSE FOR THIER LIFE — TO WALK IN FREEDOM WITH LASTING LIFE STYLE CHANGES.

DO YOU WANT REAL LIFE CHANGE? Are you seeking something more? Join Women at the Well!

  • Earn your GED
  • Learn a skill or trade
  • Obtain State ID
  • Receive Childcare Assistance
  • Walk through housing options
  • Obtain household and furniture assistance
  • Receive Job Training
  • Apply for work

Locations and Times

Women’s & Family Shelter

1691 Peck St.
Muskegon, MI 49441

Questions? Call 231.727.6010 to speak with supervisor

No appointment necessary for emergency shelter

Breakfast: Monday – Friday – 7:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
Sunday: 7:30 am

Daily Lunch: 12:00 pm

Daily Dinner: 5:30 pm

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