Members of the homeless community are welcome to come in off the street and spend their afternoons in a safe and nurturing environment . They will not be charged a fee to enter and are not required to meet any type of standards. We welcome everyone into our Center. No questions asked.
While at A Safe Place, their most pressing needs will be addressed by our case management team. It is our goal to work with the community to help the homeless become independent and self-sufficient.
Individual Case Management
Case managers will assess needs and locate sources of assistance to address food insecurity, employment, mainstream benefits, health care, mental health issues and — hopefully — permanent housing.
To be offered in group or individual sessions.
If needed or requested, we will call on representatives from St. Michael’s Medical Clinic or the JSU School of Nursing for assistance.
A craft table, with art supplies, is available for opportunities to de-stress with creative expression.
Movies / TV
A cozy home-living area boasts a TV with an assortment of movies
Donated computer stations allow the homeless opportunities for communication as well as job searching.
A bookcase holding books and magazines
A SAFE PLACE . . . at The Right Place
HOW YOU CAN HELP
The community is invited to help support “A Safe Place.”
Individuals, families, churches, school clubs, civic groups and businesses can all play an important role in supporting this project through financial sponsorship, volunteering or donation of supplies
All sponsors will be listed by category on plaques in the lobby of The Right Place.
Includes a reserved table for 8 at the annual “Night in New Orleans” event.
$50,000 Cornerstone Backer
Includes two reserved tables for 8 at the annual “Night in New Orleans” event.