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Non-Residential Services

Community-Based Services

In addition to safe emergency shelter, Care Lodge provides crisis intervention and supportive services for individuals who live throughout our service area. Non-Residential Services are offered primarily during regular business hours Monday - Thursday 8am - 4:30 pm and Fridays from 8am - 4pm.

Services include, but are not limited to:

  • Individualized case management
  • Provision of clothing and personal hygiene items
  • Transportation
  • Crisis intervention
  • Individual/ group counseling
  • Information and referrals to community resources
  • Employment skills
  • Court advocacy
  • Safety planning
  • Rehousing assistance
  • Support and connect groups

Upcoming Group Topics

Wednesday Zoom Group Topics for April 2021:

  • April 7th - Boundaries @ 10 am
  • April 14th - Stress Management @ 10 am
  • April 21st - Values @ 10 am
  • April 28th - Self Care @ 10 am

To receive the access code for the virtual meeting, or to inquire about in-person opportunities, please contact Harmonee today at, or call 601.482.8719.

Physical Distancing Creates New Opportunity to Connect

It’s okay if things look different during and after COVID-19. Since this onset of the “shelter in place” and “safer at home” guidelines, Care Lodge continues to stretch and grow through this new frontier of physical distancing challenges. As professionals who work with survivors of relationship trauma, we understand the vulnerable feeling that coincides with the need to connect and re-energize with others who “get” what you’re going through.

We have also learned that being able to choose how you show up to connection groups is essential to feeling safe while remaining confidential (or hidden from the other participants). With the increased knowledge of how to operate Zoom, many people find comfort in being able to choose an image to replace the live video chat or rename themselves. As participants and staff become more familiar with each other, they can decide when and how they wish to share details about where they are in their journey as a survivor.

We hear from many who have begun the healing process that when they hear stories of survival from others who have faced relationship abuse, or begin to share their story, they slowly feel the weight of the past begin to melt off their shoulders.

If you or someone very close to you has been a survivor of domestic violence or dating violence and you would like to connect to the free services we have to offer outside of emergency shelter, email Harmonee today at

For emergency shelter or crisis intervention, call our 24/7 help line at 601.693.4673.

Our Contributors

  • United Way of East Mississippi
    United Way of East Mississippi