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Helping the Homeless in Carbon County since 2007
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2 PROGRAMS UNDER 1 ROOF!


OUR TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM:  (Currently for men only)

* Designed for the "Weary Soldier" who has been in some very tough battles.  We welcome him in, give him encouragement and a safe drug & alcohol free environment.

* Clients must be able to pass a drug test prior to entering and we do drug & alcohol testing quite often. (Men with past/present addictions are required to attend AA/NA meetings.

* Upon arrival we will ensure that they've got clothing and food and necessities.

* The first day they just need to relax and get settled and meet the other guys.

* The program requires 30 hours of job hunting per week until at least 30 hours of weekly employment is obtained.

* All clients pay $100/week rent.  (This can be paid by doing 10 hours of volunteer work if someone has not received a paycheck yet.)  If/When client graduates successfully, he can get up to $25 back for each $100 he paid in.

* Clients are required to get a job that they can walk or bike to. (Bicycles are provided)

* Guys are required to attend a Christian church of their choice each week.  They are never required to believe any particular faith, just to hear for 1 hour per week about the One that is providing a roof over their head.  And of course, it is our hope and prayer that their faith grows while they are with us.

* Many of our clients come in, get settled, find employment in the first 2 weeks, continue to work hard and save up for their own place, and then move out.

OUR EMERGENCY SHELTER  (currently for men only)

Open from 7pm - 9am.

Men can come in, watch tv, get something to eat, get a shower and get a good night's sleep.

They can stay up to 7 days as they work on a plan to find suitable housing or get into a rehab.

 

*** There are qualification requirements for both options including:  must be a past or present resident of Carbon County.

 

 

 


CURRENT ACTIVITY AS OF August 19,2021


CURRENTLY:

1)  Both the Transitional Living Program and The Emergency Shelter are OPEN (for men)!!

2)  We are waiting on an "engineer's drawing" to move forward on the Women's shelter, but we ARE moving forward (even if not the pace we would like)

3)  We have 6 guys currently in our TRANSITIONAL LIVING program.

4) Now seeking donations of Laundry detergent, paper towels and toilet paper.

5) If you would like to volunteer, please join our FB group for volunteers where we post needs as they arise!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1489084834521735/

6) Looing for 100 people to join our FB group to pray for PK  

https://www.facebook.com/groups/2253707518206542/

7) We are not yet ready to accept donations of women's clothing and other things for the women's shelter, but we will announce as soon as we are ready to do so!

Peaceful Knights is so grateful to our surrounding community for it's continued support and prayers!

 

Please feel free to reach out with any questions, comments, or concerns! Thank you so much!

 

 

Our Previous Front Page Times News Article:

http://www.tnonline.com/node/100509

 

TV 13 did a spot on our new pup - Gabriel: 

 https://www.facebook.com/111634802214705/videos/1805406709504164/ 

 


PEACEFUL KNIGHTS VIDEOS!


    http://youtu.be/3fpqjjZimOI hhh

This video is an interview with a father whose son died of a heroin overdose in 2011. He speaks candidly about the struggle and hopes to help others be more aware of the dangers of this drug. 

 

Here's our youngest donor in a delightful quick interview!

http://youtu.be/3fpqjjZimOI 


This video is an interview with a father whose son died of a heroin overdose in 2011. He speaks candidly about the struggle and hopes to help others be more aware of the dangers of this drug. 

 

 

http://youtu.be/ArI46LXqvW8