The Salvation Army Emergency Men’s Shelter (203 West 19th Street, Norfolk, VA) provides food, shelter, resources and prayer for hundreds of struggling men in the Hampton Roads area. The men’s shelter is open 365 nights a year and offers 12 weekly soup kitchens in addition to breakfast and dinner that is served to shelter residents.
What We Do
Day services including phone and voicemail access along with professional clothing, laundry services, computer access, substance abuse counseling, career counseling and regular encouragement and guidance assists in helping men find jobs, overcome obstacles, reconnect with families and find housing.
How to Help
Monetary donations as small as even $5 can make a huge difference, that gift of $5 can feed a warm meal to 20 men. In-kind gifts of undershirts, socks, underwear, sheets, towels and toiletries are all a big part of giving the men the tools they need to get back on their feet.
How to Apply
Individuals in need of services, either shelter or day services, must have a photo ID. Additionally, potential clients must be sober and drug-free. Day services clients must declare homelessness in order to receive services.