Iron County Care and Share Emergency Shelter program provides men, women and children who are living in homelessness, with a safe place to live and an environment that ensures top quality care which encompasses compassion and empathy. On average we house 400 individuals/families per year. Every client is treated with the respect and dignity that they deserve and so desperately need.
During the check in process each client meets with a staff member who understands and cares about their episode of homelessness. We treat each client as an individual and work with them at their level of readiness.
If a family or individual decides to stay in our shelter for more than three days they are required to meet with a case manager who will work with them to assess their barriers and assign a case plan tailored to overcoming their identified barriers. The case manager helps each client apply for the benefits that they desperately need such as food stamps, health insurance, and Social Security benefits if applicable. Over the years we have built many meaningful relationships with other service providers in our area and a referral to the appropriate agency is only a phone call away.