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Homeless Diversion Programs

Programs that help people seeking shelter identify immediate alternate housing arrangements (e.g., a shared housing arrangement, reestablished lease arrangements with a previous landlord, moving in with friends/relatives) and if necessary connect them with services (such as short term case management, conflict mediation and moving in expenses) to help them return to permanent housing. The main difference between diversion and other permanent housing-focused interventions centers on the point at which intervention occurs. Prevention targets people at imminent risk of homelessness, diversion targets people as they are applying for entry into shelter, and rapid re-housing targets people who are already homeless.

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Thru: Chapel House Homeless Shelter

Eligibility:
Homeless males ages 18 and over.
Languages:
English, Abenaki
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Chapel House Homeless Shelter

36 Franklin Street
Auburn, NY

Hours:
24 hours.

Thru: Chapel House Homeless Shelter

Eligibility:
Homeless ages 18 and over.
Languages:
Spanish
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ROLES Homeless Shelter

90-92 Grant Ave
Auburn, NY

Hours:
24 hours.

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