St. Benedict’s operates several facilities in Owensboro — a 64-bed men’s shelter, four transitional homes for men, a day shelter for women and families, and a home for women dealing with crisis pregnancies.
The men’s facility serves about 500 clients annually. Because there are few facilities like St. Benedict’s west of Louisville, the shelter takes in men from about 120 ZIP Codes each year.
In a nonjudgmental atmosphere, the men’s shelter addresses barriers to self-sufficiency and prepares clients to live independently.
1001 West 7th Street
Owensboro, Kentucky 42301
Hours of operation:
Monday – Saturday 24/7 (Check-in 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.)
Sunday’s – Closed for church between 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. The facility reopens at 1 p.m.
Main Line 270-541-1003
This facility provides single men a place to stay day and night. Clients may take showers, wash clothes, and eat hot meals. We require each man to perform a chore daily, maintain healthy hygiene, work with a case manager, and attend life skills classes when not working.
- Targeted case management (A behavioral health service for individuals suffering with substance use disorder, mental illness, or emotional disorders)
- Case management (A service for individuals who don’t suffer from substance use, emotional, or mental disorders)
- Laundry facilities
- Shower facilities
- Technology center (Area search for employment, education, and housing opportunities)
- Life skills
- Transitional housing
- Employment services
- Housing assistance
- Crisis intervention
- Homelessness prevention plans
- Free WiFi