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Below are 7 shelters for homeless in Marin, CA County.

Homeward Bound - Family Resource Center
San Rafael, CA - 94901
(415) 457-2115

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Homeward Bound - Voyager Carmel Center (for The Mentally Ill)
San Rafael, CA - 94901
(415) 459-5843

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Marin Abused Women's Services Maws - Second Step (domestic Violence) (for Women & Children)
San Rafael, CA - 94901
(415) 457-2464

Second Step is a long-term, transitional living facility for battered women and their children from Marin County and throughout the Bay Area. It provides battered women with time to rebuild their lives and get support to obtain resources to achieve economic independence.  Services include weekly practical and emotional support groups to help women remain free from abuse and establish independent lives.  Family advocates provide crisis intervention and referrals to numerous social, legal, and medical agencies. Family advocates also work with residents to develop and implement a self-sufficiency plan for economic independence

Catholic Charities - St. Vincent's School For Boys (for Boys Ages 7 To 17)
San Rafael, CA - 94903
(415) 507-2000

A licensed, residential treatment home for ages 7-17, St. Vincent's offers boys housing and care that is one level under a psychiatric hospital's. Many of the boys struggle with deep emotional disturbances that result from severe parental abuse—physical, sexual or emotional—as well as parental neglect. Typicallly, a St. Vincent's resident has lived in many foster-care households and other residential situations prior to reaching us. Given the severity of many residents' situations, the child-to-staff ratio is 3:1 or 4:1, allowing every boy enough attention and compassion. Each boy at St. Vincent's lives in one of five cabins, segregated by age. Community living creates environments in which therapeutic, educational, and recreational activities can begin to relieve the trauma suffered early in boys' lives; many boys are unable to form emotional bonds. Through work with staff, nearly every boy develops a sense of trust, awakening his ability to connect with others. Those who can, attend regional public schools. Those who can't, attend a special-needs school right on our grounds. Finally, our Therapeutic Equestrian Program allows boys to care for, ride, and receive love from 18 beautiful horses that live onsite.

Catholic Charities - San Francisco Boys' And Girls' Homes (for Ages 13 To 17)
San Rafael, CA - 94903
(415) 221-6741

All young people residing in our Boys' and Girls' Homes have at least one thing in common: They've been referred to us by the juvenile justice system. Ranging in ages from 13-17, these young clients are usually here for a short-term stay, typically no longer than 18 months. While here, our residents can take advantage of individual and group therapy, family counseling with parents or siblings, and employment training and placement. In partnership with the San Francisco Unified School District, we offer residents education through a special, fully-accredited high school. Most youth return to an appropriate, court-appointed family member after staying with us.

Homeward Bound - Voyager Carmel Center (for The Mentally Ill)
San Rafael, CA - 94901
(415) 459-5843

Catholic Charities - St. Vincent's School For Boys (for Boys Ages 7 To 17)
San Rafael, CA - 94903
(415) 507-2000

A licensed, residential treatment home for ages 7-17, St. Vincent's offers boys housing and care that is one level under a psychiatric hospital's. Many of the boys struggle with deep emotional disturbances that result from severe parental abuse—physical, sexual or emotional—as well as parental neglect. Typicallly, a St. Vincent's resident has lived in many foster-care households and other residential situations prior to reaching us. Given the severity of many residents' situations, the child-to-staff ratio is 3:1 or 4:1, allowing every boy enough attention and compassion. Each boy at St. Vincent's lives in one of five cabins, segregated by age. Community living creates environments in which therapeutic, educational, and recreational activities can begin to relieve the trauma suffered early in boys' lives; many boys are unable to form emotional bonds. Through work with staff, nearly every boy develops a sense of trust, awakening his ability to connect with others. Those who can, attend regional public schools. Those who can't, attend a special-needs school right on our grounds. Finally, our Therapeutic Equestrian Program allows boys to care for, ride, and receive love from 18 beautiful horses that live onsite.

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