The Metanoia Project is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a safe, secure overnight respite during the winter months for hard-core homeless people unwilling/unable to access shelters. The Metanoia Project provides shelter, meals, personal care items and clothing. It also provides access to social services and works to strengthen the personal skills of persons trying to change their life situation.
St. Malachi Parish hosts the Metanoia Project during the winter months (November – April) in the school building on weekends (Friday – Saturday – Sunday), on holidays and on weather-emergency nights, 7 PM to 7 AM. St. Malachi Center provides access to their showers.
For more information, see their website at Metanoia Project or contact Megan Crow at (216) 212-5305 .