Public restroom monitors are essential in the life-saving and life-sustaining services they offer.

Prevention Point has public restroom facilities on Monmouth Street, directly across from our main entrance. These facilities are open every day, including holidays, from 7am until 12am, and see over 11,000 visits every month.

Our facilities are monitored by at least two staff members at all times, and are wiped down between every use.

Restroom access is an essential but often overlooked resource, and our restroom monitors do much more than supervise the restroom. They act as crisis responders, outreach workers and counselors. In between monitoring the restrooms, they help individuals access shelter, treatment and medical care at all hours of the day and night. They bring their life experience, humor, compassion and brilliance to all that they do. Public restroom monitors are essential in the life-saving and life-sustaining services they offer.

For more information about our public restroom services, please contact Will at: wmatczak@ppponline.org