The Women’s Emergency Housing Center will serve to get a homeless woman off the streets, out of the weather and away from crime-prone areas. Many times, homeless people are addicts that have been detoxed and released from a medical center but have no place to go or no family or friends that will take them back. This scenario is more common than the average person realizes. But, there are also times when a woman does not have an addiction but has lost everything they own due to fires, natural disasters, poor decisions or poverty level economic backgrounds. This program seeks to provide a temporary shelter to help any homeless woman have a chance to get a new start in life.