"Other youth and staff are always here for us. It’s helpful, and a positive place for what we need.”
~ Star House Guest
Are you between the ages of 14 and 24?
If yes, continue:
Do you have a home you can go to every single night?
Is it the same place every night?
Is it safe for you to be there?
If you said "No" to any of the above, you are likely eligible for services.
*Note: Children, including infants, of guests are welcome at Star House.
What to Expect on Your First Visit:
Many people miss our building at first, as we intentionally do not have obvious signage.
Look for the two wishing wells in front of the building.
There is free and ample parking in front of and to the side of our building.
Please press the button to the right of our front door to be buzzed into our facility.
You will be greeted at the front desk.
When you walk in, introduce yourself at the front window, and let them know you are new and in need of services.
You will be given a welcome packet that one of our Youth Advocates will go over with you to make sure you understand our available services. You will be asked to fill out and sign a very brief agreement and will then take a tour around our facility.
At Star House, you will have access to:
Please note that Star House does not provide beds, cots, or a designated place to sleep.
If you are in need of shelter services, please call the homeless hotline at 1-614-274-7000.
For shelter, call 614.274.7000
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We're Open 10:30pm-2pm
Star House celebrates diversity and practices inclusion. We welcome guests of all races, skin colors, religions, sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, socio economic statuses, national origins, and veteran or disability statuses.