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Sheltering the Homeless

Miriam House

Located in Norwalk, Miriam House is a transitional housing program that offers safe and stable housing to homeless women, pregnant women and their children.  Catholic Charities staff help residents identify issues that have contributed to their homelessness.  Clients receive resources and guidance to rebuild their lives and to develop the skills necessary to regain self-sufficiency and to secure stable, independent housing.

"Faith Alive" Features Catholic Charities Homeless Shelters and Services

Tune-in to Annunciation Radio Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 4 p.m. for our latest "Faith Alive" program. Host Rodney Schuster, Executive Director of Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo, is joined by Vicki Smith, Catholic Charities Miriam House Program Coordinator, Willi Meyer, La Posada Family Shelter Activities and Facilities Manager, and Deacon Ed Irelan, Justice Ministry Coordinator. They discuss the homeless services Catholic Charities offers in the Diocese of Toledo at our two shelters and through the "Off the Streets" program.

The hour-long program airs weekly on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. and is re-broadcast at 3 p.m. on Saturdays. Tune in to WNOC 89.7 FM Toledo / Bowling Green, WHRQ 88.1 FM Sandusky / Port Clinton, WFOT 89.5 FM Mansfield / Lexington, WSHB 90.9 FM Willard, and WRRO 89.9 FM in Bryan are Northwest and North Central Ohio's Catholic Radio Stations. Listen to archived "Faith Alive" programs on demand.

 

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