Below is the Fremont County Resource Guide – click the link below to view and download.

Fremont County Resource Guide

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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.

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