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Hope and Harbor Homeless Shelter

A local non-profit closed it’s doors in March for its 5th season of providing shelter for adult Goodhue County residents experiencing homelessness.

Hope and Harbor Homeless Shelter is open all week long during the months of November through March, rotating locations at local churches. They open daily at 6 pm and guests leave the next morning at 7:30 am.

Hope & Harbor Executive Director, Liz Magill, says, they could do what they do without volunteers and community partners, each guest’s basic needs are met. Each guest receives two meals a day, access to daily showers, free laundry, and personal hygiene items.

Magill says the statistics show the shelter is needed. This season they served 47 unduplicated guests this season. They were open 116 nights and offered 813 duplicated nights of care.

Magill says they saw an increase of 16% on duplicated nights of care over last year.  

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