Billy Brumfield Shelter
The Billy Brumfield Shelter, a shelter for up to 60 men a night, provides three services. It serves as an emergency shelter for homeless men, offering safe shelter, clean showers, nutritious food, and a supportive community. It also offers a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program, supported by AA meetings, group and individual counseling, employment requirements, and a savings program. Finally, for men with medical disabilities, it provides support and a stable place to live as they navigate state and federal requirements to receive benefits and permanent housing.
- Over 700 men a year find shelter at the Billy Brumfield House.
- The Billy Brumfield House was named for a homeless man who died of hypothermia while sleeping in his car.
Current Needs: twin bed sheets, men’s hygiene items, towels, shower shoes, blankets and pillows
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact: Wilbert Logan (601) 948-2864