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430 N 2nd Street, Reading, PA
Provides shelter services for families, single men and women.
90-day Berks County residency required.
645 N 6th Street, Reading, PA
Provides shelter services for single men.
30-day Berks County residency required.
Provides shelter services for homeless, pregnant women and youth up to the day before 18th birthday.
For Legal services, call 610-373-1206, ext. 107; for Counseling, call 610-373-1206, ext 606.
Provides housing for the homeless single men and women and those recently released from incarceration in a sober, healthy recovery setting.
- Men’s Safe House – chemically dependent men from criminal justice system
- Women’s Safe House – chemically dependent women from criminal justice system.
- Men’s Bridge House – homeless, single, chemically dependent men.
- Women’s Bridge House – homeless, single, chemically dependent women.
- Women with Children Bridge House – homeless women who are chemically dependent and their children.
- Y-Haven – for homeless single women with one child.
- Y-Passages – for homeless single men.
- Honor House – for homeless vets
- DUI Program – for men and women who have been charged with a 2nd DUI.
- Twin Peaks – for homeless men with are chemically dependent with a co-occurring mental health disorder.
- Single Room Occupancy – for single men. No eligibility requirements however the YMCA does maintain a recovery atmosphere.
- Funding for childcare and bus passes is now available to individuals who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Check out this flyer on the YMCA’s new program. They must be referred by a case manager so if you have any questions or need more info contact the Reading YMCA
Transitional Housing for Homeless Families.
They collect, purchase, store, and distribute over seven million pounds of food annually to the more than 300 programs which feed the hungry in Berks, Schuylkill, and western Montgomery Counties.
Service Access and Management, Inc. 610-236-0530
They have a variety of housing options for those clients who have an open case with them. For information, contact SAM at 610-236-0530.
They provide a number of programs for homeless men and women who are chemically dependent and/or suffer from a mental health disability.