Below is the Fremont County Resource Guide – click the link below to view and download.
Different kinds of Homeless Facilities
|Tents, bridges, abandon houses||For homeless people that can locate them, these are free and illegal options that keep people out of the elements.|
|Vehicles / RV||For homeless people that typically have a source of income, but can’t afford rent.|
|Day shelters / rescue mission||Day shelters typically house homeless during the day; they sometimes are affiliated with daily homeless housing facilities, typically of faith based origin.|
|Emergency shelters||Temporary shelters for people that cannot live in their previous residence, such as natural disasters, fires, sexual abuse and domestic violence.|
|Homeless shelter||Temporary shelter for homeless people and families.|
|Transitional housing||Housing that helps homeless people be more self sufficient and move to independent living. Often called halfway houses.|