Joshua Tree Shelter
The mission of Joshua Tree Shelter is to provide basic human necessities of shelter, food, clothing,
medical care and hygiene to homeless men and women and their pets. Achievement of the mission allows
for the diverse issues of homelessness to then be fully addressed. Through Christian centered programs
of substance abuse recovery, mental health care, career development, personal development and spiritual growth.
Joshua Tree Shelter will be the catalyst for independence and positive life changes
By The Numbers:
• There are 633,782 people experiencing homelessness on any given night in the United States.
• Of that number 239,403 are people in families and 394,379 are individuals.
• Slightly fewer than 16 percent of the homeless population are considered “chronically homeless.”
• About 13 percent of homeless adults- 62,619 are veterans.