Shesler Hall in Sioux City is a home for women in need, giving housing, meals and a full range of comprehensive services.
Their Emergency Shelter Program serves homeless or near homeless women who have no means of paying the fee. These residents may stay for up to thirty days or longer at no cost, depending upon their situation.
Their Transitional Housing Program offers these same services for a period of two years or less to women who have a medical diagnosis of chronic mental illness and are preparing to live on their own.
Their Long-Term Housing Program gives a home to women with special needs for an indefinite period of time. These residents have truly made Shesler Hall their home. Most have a medical diagnosis, but others simply require a community living environment.
Shesler Hall is housed a lovely, graceful building where they offer residents a completely furnished room with bed and bedding, a dresser, nightstand, desk and desk chair. Two meals are provided each day, including a hot supper prepared with the help of residents.
Shesler Hall is one of about 100 national mission institutions under the umbrella of the General Board of Global Ministries. Learn more at their website www.sheslerhall.com.