Room in the Inn
Local churches open their hearts and houses of worship to make Room in the Inn for people experiencing homelessness.
A partnership of the DRC and local faith communities, Room in the Inn offers men or women a night off the streets or away from emergency shelters once a week during the coldest and hottest months of the year.
Guests and members of host churches share an evening meal and fellowship before Room in the Inn guests bed down for a restful night of sleep in accommodations at their host church.
People of Faith
Because there’s Room in the Inn, people of faith can satisfy their hunger to help in a way that brings faith to life.
Men & Women Experiencing Homelessness
Because there’s Room in the Inn, men and women experiencing homelessness are less likely to be turned away from shelters when demand for beds is highest. Guests of Room in the Inn also enjoy the benefit of safe, supportive friendships that form between guests and their hosts.
Social Service Providers
Because there’s Room in the Inn, night shelters can better manage demand for shelter beds when temperatures reach dangerous extremes and men and women experiencing homelessness need shelter most.