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Below are 12 shelters for homeless in San Mateo, CA County.

Shelter Network - Haven Family House
Menlo Park, CA - 94065
(650) 325-8719

Donation Drop-off: Monday - Friday 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm. Closed weekends.

Shelter Network - Redwood Family House
Redwood City, CA - 94063
(650) 364-8264

Donation Drop-off: Monday - Friday 9am-4pm. Closed weekends.

Shelter Network - Family Crossroads
Daly City, CA - 94014
(650) 994-8169

Donation Drop-off: Monday - Friday 9am-5pm. Closed weekends.

Shelter Network - First Step For Families
San Mateo, CA - 94401
650685588011

Donation Drop-off: Every day 9am-5pm. Please call ahead for weekend drop-off.

Shelter Network - Maple Street Shelter
Redwood City, CA - 94063
(650) 364-1150

Donation Drop-off: Every day 8am-7pm. Please call ahead for weekend drop-off.

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Spring Street Transitional Housing (for The Mentally Ill)
Redwood City, CA - 94063
(650) 365-5772

Spring Street Transitional Housing--The Spring Street Transitional Housing Program provides housing and support services to homeless adults with a mental illness. Residents live in one of 7 single-occupancy rooms, each with a sink, medicine cabinet, and refrigerator. Other facilities are shared. There is 24-hour staffing, two meals per day, laundry facilities, and a pay phone for personal use. Residents are considered tenants and are required to pay rent according to HUD requirements. The purpose of the program is to assist each resident to gain the skills and stability necessary to move from homelessness into long-term, stable, permanent housing with the support services appropriate to their needs.

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Yail Young Adult Independent Living (for Young Adults 18 To 23)
Redwood City, CA - 94063
(650) 367-9610

YAIL is a collaboration between the Mental Health Association of San Mateo County and Caminar. MHA owns and maintains the facility; program services are offered by Caminar. The site includes three apartments, each with two bedrooms. The program provides young adults with mental illness the support and assistance necessary to participate in community activities at the highest level of independence possible

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Belmont Apartments (for The Mentally Ill)
Belmont, CA - 94002
650368334513

Belmont Apartments Belmont Apartments are accepting applications for tenancy. The apartment complex is home to an MHA-owned and operated supported housing program. Residents live in one of 24 single-occupancy studio apartments. There are shared common areas for group activities and support services provided on-site as well. The program provides adults with mental illness the support and assistance necessary to participate in community activities at the highest level of independence possible.

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Burlingame Apartment Program (for The Mentally Ill)
Burlingame, CA - 94010
650368334513

The Burlingame Apartment Program is an MHA-owned and operated supportive housing program. Residents share one of five apartments with 2-3 bedrooms. Each resident has his or her own bedroom. The program provides adults with mental illness the support and assistance necessary to fully participate in community activities at the highest level of independence possible.

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Hurlingame House (for The Mentally Ill)
Redwood City, CA - 94062
650368334513

Hurlingame House is an MHA-owned and operated supportive housing program. Residents share a family-style home with 6 bedrooms. Each resident has his or her own bedroom. The program provides adults with mental illness the support and assistance necessary to participate in community activities at the highest level of independence possible.

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Villa Terrace (for The Mentally Ill)
San Mateo, CA - 94405
650368334513

Villa Terrace is an MHA-owned and operated supportive housing program. Residents share a family-style home with 5 single-occupancy bedrooms. The program provides adults with mental illness the support and assistance necessary to fully participate in community activities at the highest level of independence possible.

Mental Health Association Of San Mateo County Mha - Tehanan 1 & 2 (for The Mentally Ill)
Daly City, CA - 94015
(650) 994-3160

Tehanan 1 & 2 is a collaboration between the Mental Health Association of San Mateo County and Caminar. MHA owns and maintains the properties; program services are offered by Caminar. The properties consist of a four-unit apartment house and a large duplex. Each location offers eight single-occupancy bedrooms. The program provides adults with mental illness the support and assistance necessary to fully participate in community activities at the highest level of independence possible.

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