Hope at the Inn is a faith-based, rotating, emergency homeless shelter.
The shelter's mission is to provide support for those who are homeless in Delta County, Michigan, through the cooperative efforts of an interfaith coalition and various social service agencies, by offering a safe emergency shelter and an opportunity for these individuals to choose a path of successful transition to independence.
We LOVE Matthew West's song, "Do Something!" Click the photo to watch his video!
** HATI closed for the season on Sunday, April 17, 2016 **
The Warming Center’s case manager is available by appointment by calling The Salvation Army (906) 786-0590 located at 3001 5th Ave. So, in Escanaba. Individuals needing assistance with housing or other social services may also dial “2-1-1.”
The Salvation Army’s Friendship Kitchen serves lunch from noon to 1 pm each day except Wednesday and Sunday. Lunch is available at St. Vincent de Paul on Wednesdays.
Hope at the Inn (HATI) provided over 1,200 bed nights and 168 days of evening meals and breakfasts since opening for its third season on November 1, 2015. This could not be accomplished without the generous support of 51 coordinators, 550 volunteers, DATA bus, Escanaba Taxi, J&N Taxi, Public Safety, The Donut Connection, Seventh Day Adventist, St. Vincent de Paul, 2-1-1, and the Daily Press.
Business Hours: The Salvation Army / (906) 786-0590
3001 5th Avenue, So., Escanaba
After-Hours: Public Safety / (906) 786-5911
1900 3rd Avenue, No., Escanaba
- Will start up in October 2016
Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 6 pm
Location: Covenant Church - Gladstone