Welcome to our Wilmington, Delaware page. We provide listings of: women's shelters, family shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and other residential services for women.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics, and best of all supportive housing options. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
In these tough times, shelters are needing your donation help more than ever. Contact the shelters at the phone numbers provided to donate your items. Most shelters also are always looking for volunteers. Look to your homeless shelters for volunteer opportunites. I list addresses, phone numbers, websites and shelter comments on my shelter details pages. Please help and get involved.
Pregnant teens and women ages 13-35 in first trimester This facility a stay limit of 3-9 Months This facility is sponsored by Catholic Charities, Diocese of WilmingtonView Full Details
Women in recovery pay rent and share expenses in group home This facility has no specified stay limit This facility is sponsored by Oxford HouseView Full Details
Capacity: 8 women Bethany House I provides long-term supportive housing for formerly homeless women who have a wide spectrum of special needs. Residents, some of whom are employed, may suffer from mental or physical handicaps. Those unable to work are encouraged to perform volunteer jobs and to pView Full Details
Housing and Homeless services include, group homes, emergency shelters and transitional housing. Serves the homeless by providing food and overnight lodging Provide educational, counseling and vocational services to homeless and destitute individuals and families for extended periods.View Full Details
Men and women over the age of 18 This facility has no specified stay limit This facility is sponsored by Christ The Bridge, Inc.View Full Details
Homeless, employable, single women age 18 and over This facility has no specified stay limit This facility is sponsored by YWCA of New Castle CountyView Full Details
Homeless families This facility has no specified stay limit This facility is sponsored by YWCA of New Castle CountyView Full Details
Home Life Management Center (YWCA) is a shelter for homeless families. Their services range from Childcare and job training to Violence Prevention and Leadership Training. There is no limit to the length of stay.View Full Details
Women referred from incarceration, drug/alcohol treatment program, or other shelter/transitional housing This facility a stay limit of 3-6 months This facility is sponsored by Friendship HouseView Full Details
Homeless Families This facility a stay limit of 2-3 years This facility is sponsored by Wilmington Housing Authority and YWCA of New Castle CountyView Full Details
Recovering adult males and females. Primary diagnosis of addiction. Completion of inpatient treatment facility This facility is sponsored by Limen HouseView Full Details
Women with special needs leaving a Ministry of Caring shelter and TR program Capacity: 6 women Maria Lorenza Longo House is a long-term residence for single women who need ongoing support to prevent them from returning to homelessness. Most residents come to Maria Lorenza Longo House to work toView Full Details
Mothers with their children and their teenagers This facility a stay limit of 6 months This facility is sponsored by Short-Term Emergency Housing Ministry, Inc.View Full Details
Capacity: 4 units, 12 beds Nazareth House Transitional Residence I & II is an innovative component in the continuum of care for the homeless. Families who have been separated in the emergency shelter system find here an opportunity to reunite, develop and stabilize as families. Nazareth House fiView Full Details
Couples or families leaving Ministry of Caring emergency shelter(s) This facility a stay limit of 2 years This facility is sponsored by Ministry of Caring, Inc Capacity: 3 units, 11 bedsView Full Details
Mothers and children leaving Hope House II and III emergency shelters 2 years This facility is sponsored by Ministry of Caring, Inc. Capacity: 8 units, 18 beds St. Francis Transitional Residence provides a comprehensive network of supportive services for women with children. Services include chView Full Details
Domestic violence shelter. Provides emergency crisis phone: 302-654-1102View Full Details
Domestic violence shelter. Provides emergency crisis phone: 302-762-6110View Full Details
Domestic violence shelter.View Full Details
Emergency shelter for single women. Mary Mother of Hope House I opened in 1977 as the first emergency shelter for single homeless women in the Delmarva Peninsula. This shelter provides housing and supportive services for those women 18 and over who want to address the root causes of their homeView Full Details