254 S. Pleasantburg Dr., Greenville SC (864) 527-8990
- All homeless families/individuals need to follow the guidelines of the Coordinated Entry System which means all homeless Applicants must be assessed by the VI-SPDAT Assessment Tool. Homeless Services staff can administer the Assessment or if a homeless family/individual is at a local homeless shelter, then their staff can administer the Assessment. The Assessment Tool is used to determine which homeless persons are most vulnerable, and the Coordinated Entry System is designed to house the most vulnerable homeless first.
- Once the Assessment is completed, the homeless family/individual is placed on the Housing Determination List. If selected, the homeless household will be contacted.
Depending on your household's needs, SHARE will refer you to the following services:
- Job/Education Training
- Food Assistance
- Psychological Counseling
- Child Care
- Drug/Alcohol Counseling
- Life Skills/Budget Training