We provide open doors to safety, wellness, and dignity for our city's homeless.
The Bishop Dudley Hospitality House in Sioux Falls, South Dakota offers daytime and overnight emergency shelter for the homeless and vulnerable. For overnight services there is room for 80 men, 20 women and seven families at the House, located at 101 N. Indiana Ave. A wide range of other social service providers offer additional essential services aimed at providing a hand up to those in need.
The most recent statistics indicate that more than 600 men, women and children in Sioux Falls are without a home. The Bishop Dudley Hospitality House offers a safe, secure and warm place to start the road back to a more stable, long-term way of living.
Located in downtown Sioux Falls, the facility is within walking distance of several agencies that provide programs for the needy, supporting the proven plan to work in partnership with existing agencies to coordinate many services under a single roof.
In 2017, we served 1,587 unique individuals, 59 families, and 129 children.
Open Doors To Safety
Emergency nighttime shelter
Separate sleeping areas for men, women and families
Shelter from weather
Supervised outdoor recreation space
Open Doors To Wellness
Mental Health counseling (provided by outside agency)
Addiction counseling (provided by outside agency)
Open Doors To Community
Enclosed outdoor space
Daytime shelter and other services
Computer and phone access
Collaboration with other agencies
Open Doors To Dignity
Offers daytime and overnight emergency shelter for the homeless
Provides overnight room for 80 men, 20 women, and 7 families.
Address existing gaps in the community.
Coordinate services between agencies in a collaborative effort to give a hand up to those in need.
Provide a safe place for homeless families and others needing a helping hand to receive shelter and assistance.