CCEH Update Re. COVID-19

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We have moved our Resource Center outside under a large event tent and are using the Winter Shelter office for one-on-one meetings. It is open 9-12PM on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Guests can get out of the elements, use the restroom, pick up their mail, charge their phones, get COVID-19 guidance and updates, use our phone, and receive clinical case management/mental health services.

In May, we were able to begin offering guests the use of the showers and laundry in the basement of the Tom Fredenburg House (238 N. Main Street building).

We are also able to hand out surgical and handmade masks (see photo below – wonderful donations!), refills on hand sanitizer, some clothing items, socks, blankets and to-go beverages and snacks (as available).

As we all navigate this challenging time, our goal is to provide as many of our services as we can while keeping guests and staff safe and slowing the spread of COVID-19 in the community. We will continue to work with state and local organizations to adapt our services with that very goal in mind.


For more news and updates on how we are helping our guests, please follow us on Facebook (@concordcoalitiontoendhomelessness) and Instagram (@concord_ceh)


SAFE SPACES II: THE NEXT STEP

JOIN US AS WE TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN ENDING HOMELESSNESS IN GREATER CONCORD

CCEH is committed to ending homelessness in Concord because we believe that every person has value, and ending homelessness is absolutely possible.  Our first Safe Spaces campaign in 2017, a huge success, provided sufficient funds to build the life-saving Emergency Winter Shelter and support all of our programs for three years.

Now we’re asking you to take The Next Step toward ending homelessness in Greater Concord. 

Donations to Safe Spaces II: The Next Step will allow us to purchase a downtown building and renovate it into four apartments, providing safe and supported homes to people who have lived in shelters, cars and the woods. Donations will also keep our essential programs operating for another three years, as well as provide seed money for future projects.

To learn more and make your contribution today click here.

FOR MORE DETAILS (AND A PRINTABLE DOCUMENT TO SHARE) ABOUT THIS FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN CLICK HERE: Safe Spaces II: The Next Step


Resource Center

Since December 2008, the Resource Center has been helping guests who are homeless, or at imminent risk of becoming homeless, meet their immediate needs and connect with resources that are available to them. The Resource Center is open Mondays through Fridays from 9AM-1PM. Learn More>>

Housing First

A Housing First Concord client sees his apartment for the first time. Housing First Concord is a permanent supportive housing program of the Concord Coalition to End Homelessness for individuals who have struggled with “chronic” homelessness. Learn More>>

Emergency Winter Shelter

CCEH opened the doors to the 40-bed Emergency Winter Shelter in December 2018. It is open mid-December through March. Learn More>>

Green Street Apartments

The Green Street apartments will be advancing the CCEH goal of safe, affordable, and stable housing for all by providing one-bedroom apartments for people coming from homelessness. Learn More>>


How Can I Help?

CCEH is always looking for help, whether that be through donations, volunteering, or just spreading the word!

Use the links below to discover ways you can help CCEH’s mission to end homelessness:


A SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS & PARTNERS: