1710 North McDonald Street
McKinney, TX 75071
p.  972.542.5302
f.   972.569.9988

We are a comprehensive
homeless program
that helps willing people
gain dignity and independence.


  • Seeking Shelter
2/24/2012 12:45:00 PM
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10/12/2011 10:36:00 AM
2/24/2012 12:45:00 PM
10/12/2011 10:36:00 AM
10/12/2011 10:36:00 AM

Samaritan Inn: Serving Collin County's Homeless

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We offer a comprehensive homeless program that helps willing people gain dignity and independence.

The Samaritan Inn is more than just a place to spend the night. It is a holistic program that teaches self-sufficiency and life skills. To assist the needs of individuals and families before, during, and after a homeless situation, The Samaritan Inn provides interactive, in-house programs for its residents and graduates. Those with special needs are referred to additional programs and resources available within the community to help during their crisis.

Current Residents
Point-in-Time: August 19, 2014
There are 162 people living at The Samaritan Inn, 60 are children.

Weekly Statistics (Wk of 8/19/14)*

Intakes: 7
Graduates: 3
Exits: 8
Referrals due to lack of space: 6 - 6 singles, 0 families (0 adults, 0 children)

* Intakes: people who have recently moved into the Inn.
  Graduates: people who have completed our program and found a full-time job and a place of their own to live.
  Exits: residents who have been asked to leave due to rule violations or have left voluntarily.
  Referrals: people who we are unable to accommodate due to lack of space; usually referred to other agencies.
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Hear first-hand accounts.

In this video, residents of the Samaritan Inn share first-hand accounts of the journeys they have made and the difference that the Inn has made in their lives.

A Day in the Life

Whether you’re a volunteer or a resident at the Inn, view the video below to see what a typical day looks like at the Samaritan Inn.

Story of the Week
samaritan inn Grant, age 44, went to live with his brother after his wife left him. Several months later his brother suffered a stroke and had to move into a nursing home, and Grant was homeless. At his interview he was very reserved and quiet. Finally, with tears in his eyes, he told his caseworker that his life had been difficult from the start.


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urgent needs

The items on this list are in pressing demand at the Inn. Items may be delivered directly to the Inn at your convenience between 9am and 7pm on any day of the week.

  • Adult Socks (All Varieties)
  • Baby Formula
        (Regular and Sensitive)
  • Ladies Underwear (All Sizes)