ARE YOU HOMELESS OR IN DANGER OF BECOMING HOMELESS?
You can stay at One80 Place as long as necessary as long as you are working on your housing plan. One80 Place’s average length of time to help someone get re-housed is between 1 to 3 months.
Couples with children stay in the Family Center.
One80 Place asks all guests to return to the shelter by 9:30 pm; however, dinner is served from 6:30-7:30 pm. If you are working, you may come in whenever you are off work and a meal will be held for you.
If you do not return to the shelter and do not notify staff, you are at-risk of losing your bed.
Yes, One80 Place has a lot that is dedicated for guest parking.
Guests do not have to leave the building during the day. You may spend the day in the day room in the Family Center or in the dining room in the Community Kitchen.
Yes, One80 Place’s shelter facilities are ADA compliant.
Often times, there is a waiting list for a shelter bed. All entries into One80 Place’s shelters are done through our community’s Housing Crisis Line. You must contact the Housing Crisis Line to access shelter. That number is 843-737-8357. If you do not have a phone, there is a phone located in the lobby of One80 Place that you may use to call the Housing Crisis Line.
One80 Place cannot currently accommodate pets. We will work with you to find a temporary placement for your pet while we help you find housing.
You may receive mail using One80 Place’s address. Each day mail is sorted and handed out to guests in the evening.
Yes, One80 Place will hold a bed for you and you can come into the shelter when you get off of work. If you work overnight, you may sleep during the day.
One80 Place provides lockers for everyone staying at the shelter. An additional plastic storage bin that fits underneath your bed is also provided.
While at One80 Place you are required to have a TB skin test, follow our Guest Expectations and be actively engaged and working on a plan to become re-housed as quickly as possible.