HOPE’s nightly navigation services center offers shelter, showers, laundry, storage and a hot meal to people who are current in navigation. HOPE opens its nightly shelter every night to people experiencing homelessness who are not enrolled in navigation so they can get out of the elements. Search and save volunteers connect vulnerable individuals to services and provide warm clothing and blankets to people who choose not to stay at the shelter.
Transitional storage provides a safe place for people to keep their belongings as they work, seek employment, or attend classes and appointments. Identified as a primary step toward self-sufficiency, the opportunity to store belongings can be transformative.