The purpose of St. Paul's Community Center is to provide services and to act as a safety net to the homeless and those suffering from indigence, to promote self-sufficiency and to assist the clients in making positive independent life changes in an atmosphere of caring and concern.
SPCC provides residential services, a payee program that manages Social Security income, needs-assessments, advocacy for benefit entitlement, substance abuse prevention, nursing services, life skills, veterans’ activities, socialization, food, and Social Security benefits screening for the clients we serveread more
Individual needs-assessment, goal-setting and advocacy Links to mental health services and substance abuse treatment Housing Referrals Job Referrals Securing Benefits On-site liaison assists with access to mental health services
30-Bed facility provides safe temporary/emergency shelter for men and women Assistance in resolving issues related to homelessness Priority given to homeless individuals with severe and persistent mental illness Staff provides links to treatment, support services and permanent housing
Hot, nutritious meals 3 meals a day, seven days a week for shelter residents Noon meals 7 days a week for the hungry in the community Operates 365 days a year with only limited staff members Nearly 100,000 meals served annually Serve as an entry point to SPCC for clients in need of additional help