The Salvation Army Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter

Providing Comfort and Privacy for Families and Individuals in Cleveland

35

Private Family Rooms

30,000

Square Feet

2016

Year Opened

PROJECT TYPE

Specialty

LOCATION

Cleveland, Ohio

OWNER

The Salvation Army

ARCHITECT

Perspectus Architecture

The Salvation Army Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter

Shelter Provides Housing for Those in Need in Downtown Cleveland

Welty partnered with The Salvation Army to build the Zelma George Emergency Family Shelter. The shelter contains 35 rooms with private bathrooms to increase privacy and comfort for families and individuals staying at the shelter. The facility also includes several multipurpose rooms for family activities and programs, two living rooms, a computer lab, and a courtyard with a play area.

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 225
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333

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