Top Bar Menu

What We Do

Emmaus programs span emergency shelters, affordable housing, homelessness prevention and housing stabilization services, and education and job training, as well as community outreach. Below is a summary of our programs and facilities. If you are in need of emergency shelter, housing services, or other help, please see Find Help.

Programs for Families & Individuals

  • Emmaus Family House–Emergency shelter for up to 54 families nightly in a congregate setting and shared units at 115 Emerson and 120 How Street and Columbia Park
  • Mitch’s PlaceOvernight emergency shelter for up to 44 guests

Permanent Affordable Housing for Families & Individuals

  • Emmaus Supportive Housing for Families: 26 affordable units with case management and housing placement services
    • 118 How Street—(1 unit)
    • Columbia Park—(17 units)
    • Orchard Street—(4 units)
    • Primrose Street—(2 units)
    • 2-4 Rainbow Drive—(2 units)
  • Permanent Affordable Housing for Individuals
    • Emerson Street—(13 units)
    • Evergreen Place—(21 units)
    • Jericho House Safe Haven—(15 units)
    • 100 Winter Street—(13 units)
    • 105 Winter Street—(6 units)

Services for Homeless Families & Individuals

  • Housing Stabilization Services—Helps homeless and at-risk households find and maintain affordable housing
  • D’Youville Center for Social Justice—Community engagement, advocacy, donation center, D’Youville Empowerment Program, and Emmaus Explorers
  • Emmaus Food and Donation Distribution Center—Distributes food and toiletries to residents of Emmaus housing programs

Learn more about our programs:

Emergency Shelters
Affordable Housing
Prevention & Stabilization Services
Education & Job Training
Community Engagement
FAQs
Facts on Homelessness