Our new dorms are nearly at capacity and our room renovations are allowing us to welcome approximately 40 new families.
Providing a safe, stable, no-cost home for families is the first step towards living an independent life. Our supportive community offers guidance every step of the way, from our simple intake process to introducing a solid plan for the future.
Within 3 days, singles without children are provided a stress-free, no-cost environment where they are presented with program options that can provide a stable future.
SO MUCH MORE THAN A HOMELESS SHELTER
ECTLC has spent decades successfully working with addicts, the homeless, and the broken. Our 60 day emergency shelter is the first step in providing stability by meeting the physical needs of families through housing, routine meals, clothing, and more. Free from the stress of living in a car or on the street, they now have a safe environment where the focus is on developing a plan with a professional counselor. Within 60 days, life becomes clear and parents are able to make positive decisions about their families future.
The next step to recovery and complete independence is enrolling in one of our long-term, faith-based programs.
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The street or a car was never intended to be someone’s home. Since our beginning in 2009 we have helped thousands of men and women overcome unforseen circumstances, and poor life-choices.
For 3 days, participants can sleep in a warm bed, eat 3 meals a day, take showers, and be offered the chance for a new life through our long-term program options. This is the beginning for those who are truly ready to start over.
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Who we can help
We can help anyone who is serious about taking responsibility for their life:
Who we can’t help
We can’t help those who are not ready to follow our proven guidelines or who are:
*Long-term residents are required to physically participate in community service work
**Residents with mental illness must be stable and taking medication 90 days prior to intake. Certain medications are not allowed.
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