"It’s time to come in out of the darkness."
We understand that it’s not your fault, and the world when you are unprepared is indeed dark, cold and loud. Harbor House, an IRS certified 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, staffed by caring experts, provides you with more than shelter. We freely give you the full, individualized support you need to begin your healthy, happy and ultimately successful life’s journey.
Through generous community donations and involvement, Harbor House provides life assistance for homeless youth or those living in troubled circumstances. Please explore our site and contact us with any questions.
About Harbor House
On December 8, Harbor House was presented with a check for $27,500 from Open Arms, a nonprofit that has been supporting us for over 30 years. It was a wonderful event and we are so grateful for all their efforts. Thank you to all of the Open Arm members on behalf of everyone at Harbor House.
Brian Barr from Feeling Swell T-Shirts presented a check to Ocean’s Harbor House for $10,000 through t-shirt sales over the summer. He will continue supporting Harbor House through a food drive in the fall and winter. Thank you Brian for your tremendous efforts and your support of the kids at Harbor House.
Learn more about Feeling Swell here: https://feelingswell.org
Thank You To Our Sponsors Of
"A NIGHT UNDER THE STARS"
Held on December 1st at The Robert J. Novins Planetarium!
The Citta Foundation Inc.
The Buckelew Family Foundation
Thomas and Nancy Hourigan
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Friedman
Gemsmith, the Jewelry Store
"I have recently met my niece for the first time and learned that her difficult life was made very much safer and happier by love from Harbor House years ago. Thank you for what you do. Never doubt the value of what your connection to these people means in the short term and the long term as well. Love to you all."
"My name is Anthony. I am a former resident at Harbor House not just once but almost a dozen times. I was one of those teens who was always finding new ways to get in trouble. During my first time staying at the shelter back in 1999, I was jumping up and down on the bed throwing glow sticks or setting off the alarms. Even after all the stuff I did, I always had a safe place to stay. All of the staff genuinely cared about the teens' lives they touched. The staff at Harbor House raised me and helped me become the person I am today. I recently completed my GED and am now enrolled in one of the top tier automotive trade schools in Nashville, Tennessee. I want to thank the staff at Harbor House past - and present - you guys made a huge difference in my life and so many others."