CAPSA opened a beautiful new shelter in 2004 that can house 32-36 individuals (adults and their accompanying infants and children) who need a safe location to stay when fleeing domestic violence or after experiencing a rape or sexual assault.
- 24-hour crisis line
- 24-hour Mobile Crisis Response Team
- Emergency shelter and food
- Individual crisis intervention and case management
- Educational support groups
- Court advocacy
- Therapy Services
- Children's program
While in shelter, individuals meet with a caseworker to create an action and safety plan to be able to increase their safety and to better take care of themselves and their families when they leave the CAPSA shelter.These plans are based on the goals and needs of each individual and their children. CAPSA caseworkers can provide referrals for employment, counseling, emergency food assistance, economic assistance, and much more in order to help.
If you are homeless and are not fleeing sexual assault or domestic violence, you are not eligible to stay in the CAPSA shelter. However, CAPSA can provide referrals to help homeless individuals find lodging and other assistance. Call 435-753-2500 for more information.