Shelter Programs

The Eli Home Shelter Programs work toward the prevention of child abuse and neglect by educating families on more appropriate parenting techniques, increasing self esteem and introducing tools that ensures the families growth towards self sufficiency.

Transitional Shelter

Transitional Housing for abused children and their mothers. Program includes:

  • 24 hour shelter with staff
  • Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP)
  • Social skills, self-esteem, boundaries, respect for others
  • Healthy child-parent interaction skills
  • Understanding and dealing with feelings; anger management
  • Vocational imaging (interviewing skills, job training)
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Extended services, e.g., year round and extra holiday assistance
  • Referral of families to needed services and resources
  • Assistance with obtaining permanent housing

Shared Living

Permanent Housing option for clients who have graduated from a shelter program. They are able to participate in extended services such as counseling, case management, budgeting and referrals to outside resources.