Over 30 years ago, the Soul Saving Station For Every Nation of Saratoga Springs opened the city's first homeless shelter. It is open only to women and children.
The Mother Susan Anderson building, named for one of the women who helped start the church in 1961, was once the parsonage and sits adjacent to the house of worship at the corner of Caroline and Henry streets.
The shelter, aides women, and children throughout the state of New York. Over the years, our shelter has helped thousands of women and children.
We are excited about expanding our shelter so we can meet NYS guidelines to accept women with sons older than seven and women without children. We are currently restricted but that is about to change. We expect this project to be completed around the end of 2021!
The shelter provides the following referrals or services:
* The services we are able to provide depend on our COVID-19 policy which can change at anytime depending on the health risk level in the area.
If you are in need of shelter, please reach out to us at 518-222-5242 or
send an email HERE.
To locate a social services office in your county click HERE.
We are truly blessed to be able to offer shelter services for people in need. We would not be able to serve the community if it were not for the generosity of members, volunteers, friends and businesses who value our mission.