Who We Are
The mission of the Alameda Homeless Network is to advocate for homeless women and their children, assuring their right to live free of domestic violence in a safe and supportive environment.
The Network strives to secure adequate funding to keep the Midway Shelter operating 24 hours a day while raising the consciousness of our community.
Alameda Homeless Network
The Alameda Homeless Network is a non-profit organization responsible for the Midway Shelter property. The Network partners with Building Futures with Women and Children; together they operate the Midway Shelter. The Network raises a significant amount of private funds to keep the Midway Shelter operating.
Building Futures with Women and Children
Building Futures operates and manages the shelter, including securing public funding for the shelter and managing staff, operations, support services, and providing domestic violence outreach services to residents and the community.
For further information visit us at www.BFWC.org.
Founded in 1989, the name Midway was chosen to identify that turn around point in the lives of women and children where the cycle of homelessness and domestic violence is broken and replaced with a planned recovery process.
Midway Shelter Residents Receive:
- Safe place to heal from homelessness
- Case management to end homelessness this stay
- Children’s Services & Family Night Activities
- Counseling and Life Skills support groups