The Salvation Army R.J. Montgomery Center
The Salvation Army R.J. Montgomery Center is Colorado Springs largest shelter - and the city's only 24/7 emergency shelter. The shelter can house and feed up to 210 residents per night and averages about 187 individuals per night. The Center provides men, women and children with 24-hour shelter including case management, nutritious meals, and a safe place to rebuild their lives. 45% of our clients effectively move from The Salvation Army R.J. Montgomery Center to long-term housing solutions.
The Children’s Discovery Center is housed within The Salvation Army R.J. Montgomery Center to provide a place for families to spend time together while at the shelter. The CDC offers a location for families to cook, eat and spend time together. It helps provide a feeling or normalcy for children while the family is in crisis.
Children’s Discovery Center (CDC)
Peak Vista Community Health Center - Homeless Help Center
A health clinic is available in shelter for homeless citizens to receive basic medical and dental services. It is provided by Peak Vista Community Health Centers Monday to Thursday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm and Fridays 8:00 am to Noon. Dental services are available on Thursdays.