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Mobile Shower Project

One of the greatest unaddressed challenges for those who are homeless is access to clean water and sanitation. Access to these simple commodities is not only essential to self-esteem, but has been declared a basic human right by the United Nations. In a world where people are forced to call the street a home, use a curb as a restroom, and where the homeless’ value is ignored, the showers are not simply a good idea, they are an essential respite that can inspire someone’s desire to live.

The objective of the Mobile Showers project is to provide access to warm showers for those who are homeless to protect both their personal hygiene and public health; increase feelings of self-worth; and provide opportunities for employment.

This project fills a critical need, with over 2,400 residents of the Treasure Coast in need, and over 1,500 are registered in the school district as homeless. Another service agency has showers at their center with varying hours, but due to distance this is a brick and mortar and many have no access to get to this service. 

With community-based and sustainable-focused efforts, especially on the needs of our children, these facilities will change a life, change a community, and ultimately change the next generation.

For more information either call us at 772-222-7399, or use the button below.

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