Our shelters are open
24 hours, 7 days a week

Juno House

812 N East Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186

Welcoming single women, single women with children, single men with children, and families

Juno House is a temporary home to women and entire families who find themselves with nowhere to go. We are a safety net, providing both emergency shelter and services designed to put lives back on stable footing. 

At Juno House, our shelter advocates help individuals develop goals to increase their income, save money and find permanent housing. Case Managers work with guests to ensure community resources are accessed to help achieve success. 

On any given day, the school bus arrives for children who are guests of Juno House. They return to a welcoming environment, a beautiful yard in which to play, a house computer for homework, a warm meal, and a place to sleep. Unlike many shelters, fathers stay with their families as they work on a plan for rehousing.   

Siena House

1519 Summit Avenue Waukesha, WI 53188

Welcoming single men

Siena House provides single men with a warm bed, necessary support, and resources to work through many challenges that have led to being unhoused. Case Management, individual assessments, and referrals to vital community resources all offer our guests a pathway to success.

Hebron Housing Services has operated Siena House for more than 20 years. Thanks to generous gifts made by individual donors, local corporations and Waukesha County, Siena House was recently transformed to offer dorm-style accommodations and facilities for up to 22 single adult men on a short-term basis. Guests share communal meals or have access to our kitchen, find resources to secure jobs and bus passes for necessary transportation, and have a place for their belongings as they work to save money and find stable housing.  

Case Management

The heart of our services - connecting guests with vital services to secure stable housing.