CHANGE Transitional Housing
514 W. 6th Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
Single men coming out of prison who are in recovery pay rent and share expenses in group home.
Sex Offenders welcomed* 6 months to 1yr
Padre Pio House
213 North Jackson Street, Wilmington, DE 19805-3649
Capacity: 5 menFounded: 2010
Padre Pio House is a long-term residence for men who need supportive services for disabilities that involve mental health disorders and/or substance abuse. Residents use supportive services at House of Joseph I, an emergency shelter operated by the Ministry of Caring for homeless men. They have access also to substance abuse programs, education, health care and other community services that help them move toward their highest level of self-sufficiency.
In accord with a comprehensive case management process, staff work with each resident to develop a personal service plan that helps guide him in confronting and overcoming obstacles that limit his ability to work and become independent. Residents strive, furthermore, to acquire life management skills and a job that will help them build the skills and stability necessary to develop and manage a budget and grow in independence.
DOVER, Del. (WBOC) – A new facility in Dover is helping men transition out of homeless shelter and into something better. The Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing recently dedicated its newest building on Walker Road.
Walter Bagley Hall is not a homeless shelter but transitional housing.
Ivey Wilson is the supervisor for the facility.
“Basically my job is just to make sure everything runs smoothly,” Wilson said.