A Way Home
We are here to serve the under-served. If you are unsure which location to start with, please call our administrative office at (302) 652-8133. You may also fill out our Web Form here or download a Friendship House Referral Form and email it to email@example.com or fax it (302) 652-8641 to have a Friendship House case manager reach out to you.
We do not have emergency shelter. Referrals to our Transitional Housing program can call (302) 428-0151. (To qualify for housing services: Positive recommendation from a residential recovery program and involvement in a daily program (employment or education).)
If you are in between a permanent place to live, are currently homeless, unsure where to go to get help for any crisis, our Empowerment Day Centers are where you want to start. We have several locations:
Attn: Click here to see modified hours in response to COVID-19.
Wilmington Empowerment Center: 720 N. Orange St. Wilmington, DE 19801 | (302) 652-8033| 7:30am – 2:00pm weekdays
Newark Empowerment Center: 69 E. Main St. Newark, DE 19711 | (302) 544-0166 | 1:00pm – 4:00pm weekdays
MOT Empowerment Center: 44 W. Main St. Middletown, DE 19709 | (302) 416-0982 | 8:30am – 11:30am weekdays
Boxwood Empowerment Center: 701 S Maryland Ave Wilmington, DE 19804 | (302) 648-3117 | 9:00am – 3:00pm Mon & Wed, 9:00am – 11:30am Tue, Thu, & Fri
Click here for more information on our Empowerment Centers
Services offered at our Empowerment and Day Centers include:
- Access to a phone and a fax machine
- Computer labs at all locations
- A job readiness program where you will receive help on resume writing and job searches
- Help getting replacement birth certificates and identification
- Access to clothing
- Help with food or shelter referrals
- Bus tickets to verifiable appointments
- Assistance with medical prescription
- Access to rest rooms
For Clothing referrals, please contact one of the day centers. They will work directly with our Clothing Bank.
Please call our office at (302) 652-8133 for any other questions.