Most of its assistance comes from the military. It also aims at only accommodating individuals for short term stays of up to thirty days unless an individual shows progress during the period of stay such as getting a job. With such short stays, they can assist more people in their Shelter. In addition, they receive donations from many establishments such as UCM and Wal-Mart to sort out an array of issues to sort in the establishment. They have staff members whose responsibilities vary and include giving residents a tour of the facility, monitoring all calls made on house phone, providing clothing and personal hygiene products in case the need arises, and informing residents of their responsibilities amongst other duties. This allows them to be an integral part of the shelter and its residents.