Walk in hours for people currently experiencing homelessness and seeking housing opportunities. An assessment is completed with an Advocate. Assessments take approximately 10 minutes. Assessments are intended to connect people to long term housing options only, not shelter programs. The standardized assessment tool matches the right level of services and housing resources to people experiencing homelessness.
Brown bag program
Supports tribal members who are low income or have no income. Provides Social Security services help, Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), food distribution, medical gas vouchers (for Indian Health Services referred care, and referrals for other services.
Assists Native Americans with disabilities to obtain, maintain, or become promoted in employment. Services: Vocation counseling and guidance, transportation to training or job sites, resume building and job training.
Offers access to free, fresh produce and canned goods, providing valuable meal supplementation.
A long-term, faith-based residential program for women experiencing homelessness. Program length ranges nine months to two years.
Men: Overnight emergency shelter, meals, clothing, and showers.
Provides food boxes with enough groceries to prepare meals for 5 days to eligible individuals and families. Food boxes are available every 30 days.
Provides emergency assistance to low income individuals and families. These services include utility assistance (November 1st-March 31st), food pantry, clothing, and referral services.
Food Pantry. Please bring a container to carry food and bring something that can prove your address (photo ID or a piece of mail).