The COMEA House is an emergency shelter for men, women and families. Clients at the COMEA House receive a hot nutritious breakfast and dinner. They also have access to FREE medical services at the Cheyenne Healthcare for the Homeless next door. The COMEA House also makes available a FREE food pantry, clothing and showers.
Currently the COMEA House can accommodate 50 men, 12 women and two families at this time.
The COMEA House also assists travelers passing through Cheyenne with food boxes, gas vouchers, bus tokens and bus fares.
COMEA House Program
The COMEA House has a Pay-to –Stay program for men. The program can currently enroll 10 men for 90 days at $150 per month in a semi-private living space. These men are working and in the process of saving to get on their feet and a place of their own.
The COMEA House is currently working on setting up a similar Pay-to Stay program for women. This program should be available to women in mid-March 2015.
The COMEA House also has a Transitional Living Program. This program currently has 13 participants residing in studio apartments to help gain living on their own skills. While still having the COMEA House’s staff support.