Shelter is one of the first things that is addressed when we assist the less fortunate members of our society.
The Salvation Army Cleveland County Shelter is open to any man, woman or family who needs a clean, warm, safe place to stay. The comforts of home are not always available to many because of a crisis in their lives. Our shelter is a safe haven which becomes a home away from home where individuals can feel secure. It’s a place where they can be nurtured physically, mentally and spiritually.
Each individual is required to go through case management in Social Services to aid in making a plan of action to get back on their feet. Giving a hand-up to these individuals helps to reintegrate them back into society as responsible citizens.
If in Need of Shelter
In the Cleveland County Shelter we have two family rooms, 16 men’s beds and 12 women’s beds. Individuals needing shelter must provide a photo ID or a clearance letter from the Police Department. Our beds are given on a first come basis and no beds may be reserved.
Individuals will be provided 14 nights of shelter every 45 days. If they are working towards independence with full-time employment but need an extension, an individual may be granted an extension. Shelter guests must work with a case worker and be on a path back to self-sufficiency.
The Salvation Army Cleveland County Shelter · 318 E. Hayes, Norman, OK · 405-364-9910 This program is supported in part by a grant from United Way of Norman