Shelter, support, and a chance to start over

Mission Statement

We are a community of hope for those who need a home.

Our mission is eliminating homelessness by providing shelter, support, and a chance to start over.

 

Our Saviour's Housing Stories

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The Rise of a Scholar

“I’m healthier physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually. Our Saviour’s does as its title suggests–saves people. [They] gave me insight on how to focus back on living, rather than existing. I am very grateful.”   Before Our Saviour’s Housing, Lafayette was in a “living hell.” “I was broken and shattered. I was homeless. I lost my marriage….

Charles

A Letter from Charles

“I was witnessing the true spirit of Christmas unfold right before my eyes. I had never seen anything like it. It warmed my heart to know that there were people out there who wanted us to share in the Holiday Magic, just in case we didn’t have anyone.”   Hello, My name is Charles. Happy…

Calvin

A Door Opens – Calvin’s Story, Part 2

“Something happens to a man who has nowhere to call home. Everyone treats him like dirt, and he begins to believe them.” After more than a decade of crack addiction, for the first time, Calvin did not know where he was going to sleep at night. There was no more money for rent. There were…

Calvin

Things Fall Apart – Calvin’s Story, Part 1

“Without Our Saviour’s Housing, I’d either be in jail, dead, or walking around crazed. Like it says–Our Saviour’s. It really saved me.” Life was good for Calvin. He had a stable job and made enough money to help support his mom and brothers financially. On weekends, he indulged his culinary interests, hosting elaborate dinner parties…

 
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Testimonials

Being at OSH makes me realize that anything can happen to anyone, and that’s why you’ve got to help people out. There are some good vibes here and a really cool sense of community. Everyone’s kind of in it together. It feels great to see familiar faces when I return!

Stacey OSH Volunteer

If we’re going to serve, we should do it year around. You don’t just care about someone once a year.

Joy Volunteer Breakfast Server

We are blessed to be involved… and we feel like we’re helping in some small way.

Dianna Volunteer Shelter Dinner Server