The purpose of Shesler Hall is to assist homeless women with chronic mental illness to gain stability by providing holistic wellness and life skills to transition to permanent housing. Shesler Hall provides women of all ages the opportunity to experience personal and social growth while residing in a supportive Christian home. Most residents have a form of chronic mental illness – schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, depression, and bipolar disorder. Many times these diagnoses are combined with physical challenges. Most of our clients have suffered some form of abuse – emotional, physical or sexual – and recovery from substance abuse is common. Some are homeless. For whatever reason, our residents are unable to function on their own at this time and need the support of a community living environment.
We believe that the services we provide the residents of Shesler Hall fills a very important and much needed role in the community. Please take a moment to learn more about us. If you’d like to help us with our day-to-day expenses, we do accept donations.