Toward 25 bed bug and fire-resistant mattresses for Homeless Helping Homeless’ new sleeping rooms in their St. Cloud low-barrier shelter for those on the streets. Prior to Homeless Helping Homeless’ opening, people were living outside in encampments, parking ramps, garages, and dumpsters without phone or mail service and out of communication with social workers. Through Homeless Helping Homeless, they are provided a warm shelter with food, clothing, beds, showers, Wi-Fi and phone service.