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The Bell Shelter

Bell Shelter aims to address the problems and barriers that keep homeless men and women from achieving self-sufficiency.

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 We aim to address the problems and barriers that keep the homeless man and women from achieving self-sufficiency 


Bell Shelter operates a comprehensive program that offers transitional care for up to 350 homeless men and women. The goal of Bell Shelter is to meet the needs of the homeless population by addressing the myriad of reasons why people become homeless and assisting them in developing a higher quality of life through independence. Services offered include: emergency shelter, transitional housing, substance abuse rehabilitation, case management, counseling, on-site health care & medical referrals, HIV/AIDS education, computer access for job search, vocational assistance, job referrals, and life skills classes. 

The Greatest Need right now is

Financial Assistance

Meet the Need

We serve those in most need.

Our Goal

To meet the needs of the homeless population by addressing the myriad of reasons why people become homeless and assisting them in developing a higher quality of life through independence.

Our Clients

It is estimated that more than fifty percent of men and women living on the streets suffer from mental illnesses. For many, their condition is compounded by alcohol and substance abuse/addiction.

They often do not receive even the basic services once provided by psychiatric hospitals, these individuals have joined the ranks of the homeless.

(323) 263-1206
Steve Lytle: Steve.Lytle@usw.salvationarmy.org

Hours of Operation

Office Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Monday - Friday
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