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All of our shelters are open during the COVID-19 crisis, and we have expanded our operating hours at the Siena House shelter to provide a safe place during the outbreak. If you need shelter, please go to the SHELTERS page of our website for information or call 262-549-8722.

We are actively seeking help from our community during this time of crisis. We need funding to expand our bed space and pay our staff most of all, but we also need supplies to keep our guests healthy, and hot meals delivered to the shelters. If you can help, please contact vjenkins@hebronhouse.org.

Our most urgent items, other than cash donation, are:

  1. Rubber gloves

  2. Hand soap in any form

  3. All cleaning supplies, but especially disinfecting wipes and sprays

  4. Toilet paper – we have over 60 guests and are not able to order more due to shortages

  5. Paper towels

  6. Garbage bags

  7. Hand sanitizer

Our offices are closed until further notice, but our staff is still working and reachable by email. Stay safe!

All our shelters are open during

the COVID-19 crisis

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812 N East Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186
262-549-8722

Juno House

Welcoming single women, single women with children, families

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Capacity: 35

Emergency shelter, up to 45 days, with an average stay of 32 days.

Individuals develop goals to increase income, save money and find permanent housing. Case Managers work with guests to ensure community resources are accessed to help achieve success.

Nearly 80% of guests find permanent solutions and never need us again.


1519 Summit Avenue Waukesha, WI 53188
262-549-8732

Siena House

Welcoming single adult males

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Capacity: 18 people

Provides single men with a warm bed, necessary support and resources, including Intensive Case Management, assessments and referrals for a pathway to success.

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1301 E Moreland Blvd, Waukesha, WI 53186
262-549-8735

Jeremy House Safe Haven

Welcoming adult men and women experiencing homelessness and mental health issues

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Capacity: 7-10

Opened in 1997 as a collaboration with the Mental Health Association, the National Alliance on Mental Illness and the Addiction Resource Council.

Provides transitional living for adult men and women experiencing homelessness and mental health issues. Average stay lasts 180 days.

Case Managers provide resources and community information on jobs, education, health and housing. We work collaboratively with mental health professionals for guidance and assistance.