“Seven out of ten Americans are one paycheck away from being homeless.”
- Pras Michel
Our Emergency Shelter is an alcohol and drug free environment which provides temporary shelter, basic needs, and support services to men, women and children that are experiencing homelessness. Residents at the shelter have access to:
Life Skills | Our staff provides guidance and support to prevent homelessness in the future. Weekly group/individual meetings are scheduled to address concerns of housing, budgeting, nutrition, employment, and healthy lifestyles.
Resource Room | Residents are able to learn basic computer literacy, create resumes and search for jobs.
Resident Savings Program | A savings program is developed to guide the resident as a method to saving for future rent expenses.
Temporary Housing Program | The provisions of this program help with additional months and pay a small program fee.
TLC 4 Tots-in-Need | This subsidy program that is offered to families living in any shelter in San Juan County. The subsidy allows qualified families to secure certified daycare for their children while parents are job searching.
Daily Bread provides a daily meal to those in need.
Meals are served Monday-Friday from 11:30am-1pm
Saturday from 11:30am-12:30pm
Daily Bread is located at 405 S. Behrend Avenue in Farmington, NM.
Reach them at 505.327.0956.
Rio de Esperanza Apartments
We operate twelve apartments for semi-independent living. Residents may stay for up to two years—HUD based program fee, 24/7 case management, and sober living for families and individuals that qualify.