SHP's mission has always been to see that No Kid Sleeps on the Floor in Our Town. We want our town to be everytown, every community, and every neighborhood. However, over the past few weeks, SHP has had to temporarily suspend our mission in the interest of public safety. We want everyone to be safe and healthy.
With recommendations and requirements changing frequently; or being lifted/updated both locally and federally, SHP is pleased to announce that all suspensions have been lifted internally. This allows the opportunity for us to get back to our mission with our chapters and communities. With this re-opening, however, each local and state government may have different phases, requirements, or other restrictions in place. The safety of our volunteers, staff and bed recipients is our number one priority as we begin to serve once again. Although our desire is to be fully functional, each chapter is required to follow their local, state and national guidelines as it pertains to the programs and services that they provide
Please check with your local SHP Chapter to see when local and state guidelines and regulations will allow for their re-opening. We encourage you to be supportive, patient and understanding as we all work through the process together. Thank you for you continued support of Sleep in Heavenly Peace!