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Below are 21 shelters for homeless in Sacramento, CA County.

Salvation Army - Emergency Shelter
Sacramento, CA - 95814
(916) 442-0331

Children's Receiving Home - Residential Services (for Ages 1 To 17)
Sacramento, CA - 95821
(916) 482-2370

The Children’s Receiving Home is one of three agencies selected to participate in the Residentially Based Services Reform Demonstration Project for Sacramento County. RBS is designed as an 18 month intensive service program that focuses on permanency and provides a comprehensive approach to providing the right services, at the right time and in the right location, for youth who require group home care and their families. Six to nine months of services are provided while the youth is residing at CRH and then an additional nine months of services is provided in the community once the youth returns home or to the care of a non-related extended family member.

Wind Youth Services - Wind Center (for Children & Youth)
Sacramento, CA - 95815
(916) 561-4900

The Center is the heart of Wind. The Center provides over 12,000 meals a year, offers showers, laundry services, hygiene essentials, food boxes, water and other supplies. Each youth completes an intake assessment which identifies their needs, and why they are homeless. From this initial plan, the Youth Advocates develop an individual case plan that can include various services including life skills assistance, alcohol and drug groups, clinical support, family support, academic and school assistance, employment assistance, housing referrals and/or shelter, medical advocacy and other services on site and referrals. Wind currently has over 200 youth who are actively working with the Youth Advocates.

Volunteers Of America Greater Sacramento & Northern Nevada - Mather Community Campus
Sacramento, CA - 95815
(916) 442-3691

Volunteers of America – in collaboration with Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center and Crossroads Diversified Services Inc. – provides homeless single adults and families an opportunity to build new personal and professional lives at Mather Community Campus

Cottage Housing - Quinn Cottages
Sacramento, CA - 95811
(916) 492-9065

We develop healing communities that are solution-focused, participant-driven and strength-based, where homeless people help themselves - and each other - through their transition from the streets to self-sustainability.

Transitional Living & Community Support, Inc. - Bell Street Apartments
Sacramento, CA - 95825
(916) 441-0123

This program provides affordable, furnished, shared apartments for clients who are able to live independently with minimal structured support. A staff member is available to assist clients in refining and developing the skills and goals necessary to assist with their mental health recovery. 

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services - Havens Transitional Living Program
Sacramento, CA - 95817
(916) 456-1980

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services is a local, non-profit agency committed to serving individuals and families in need. With a staff of 40 and a volunteer force of over 5,000, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services provides free emergency goods and services to 15,000 unduplicated men, women and children each month.

Aids Housing Alliance - Transitional Housing Program (hiv+/aids)
Sacramento, CA - 95816
(916) 329-1093

AHA runs its Transitional Housing Program in six apartments (Cornerstone) located in Midtown, in the City of Sacramento and at three units (Hidden Cove) located in Oak Park in the County of Sacramento. Very low income and homeless PLWH/A and, where applicable, their families live in subsidized apartments (rent and utility allowance are held to 30% of their income, typically SSI or around $750 per month). Residents receive intensive social work/case management, education, job preparation and living skills training; and services that might include medication adherence, alcohol and drug and/or mental health treatment, benefits counseling, help with reunification of families, legal services, financial management, payee services, help with dealing with disabilities, and when sick assistance with daily living (bathing, shopping, cooking etc).

Aids Housing Alliance - Avalon (hospice/residential Care) (hiv+/aids)
Sacramento, CA - 95816
(916) 979-0925

Avalon, located in Carmichael, Sacramento County, is a six-bed licensed Residential Care Facility for the Chronically Ill. Services include 24-hour nursing care, assistance with daily living, all meals and snacks, medication management, transportation to medical and social service appointments, Hospice RN and Social Work case management and a range of other services in a compassionate home-like setting. AHA collaborates with Hospice Departments at UCDMC, Kaiser, Mercy, and Sutter and with Vitas Hospice.

Cstl Clean & Sober Transitional Living
Fair Oaks, CA - 95628
(916) 961-2691

Don Troutman is a pioneer in the recovery field and has been working in the field since 1989. He is the founder/owner of Clean & Sober Transitional Living in Fair Oaks, CA. Don graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Fresno State University. He has over 2 years of post-graduate studies in addiction and continues to stay on the cutting edge in the field of recovery.

Saehc Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Extended Shelter Program (for Women)
Sacramento, CA - 95817
(916) 454-2120

Co-located at the Family Shelter site, the Women’s Refuge provides emergency housing, food, and support services for 12 single women experiencing homelessness for up to 30 days. Participants receive basic living supplies and a variety of counseling and case management services aimed at helping them stabilize their lives.

Saehc Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Cps Home Finding Program
Sacramento, CA - 95817
(916) 454-2120

Saehc Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Transitional Housing Program For Families
Sacramento, CA - 95817
(916) 454-2120

In collaboration with Lutheran Social Services (LSS), the THPF program provides services for 11 homeless families who have experience numerous barriers to self-sufficiency with transition housing for up to 24 months. THPF offers a stable, safe, supportive environment where families can begin the process of reclaiming their lives.

Children's Receiving Home - Residential Services (for Ages 1 To 17)
Sacramento, CA - 95821
(916) 482-2370

The Children’s Receiving Home is one of three agencies selected to participate in the Residentially Based Services Reform Demonstration Project for Sacramento County. RBS is designed as an 18 month intensive service program that focuses on permanency and provides a comprehensive approach to providing the right services, at the right time and in the right location, for youth who require group home care and their families. Six to nine months of services are provided while the youth is residing at CRH and then an additional nine months of services is provided in the community once the youth returns home or to the care of a non-related extended family member.

Cottage Housing, Inc. - Serna Village
Mcclellan, CA - 95652
(916) 339-2746

Nearly 70% graduation rate among participants who left Serna Village in 2008. They increased employment by 88% and reduced welfare dependence by 32%.

Transitional Living & Community Support, Inc. - Bell Street Apartments
Sacramento, CA - 95825
(916) 440-0123

This program provides affordable, furnished, shared apartments for clients who are able to live independently with minimal structured support. A staff member is available to assist clients in refining and developing the skills and goals necessary to assist with their mental health recovery. 

Aids Housing Alliance - Permanent Supportive Housing Program (hiv/aids)
Sacramento, CA - 95816
9163291093102

     AHA runs its Permanent Supportive Housing Program in sixteen apartments at Steven Place located in Midtown in the City of Sacramento, and six apartments at Hidden Cove in Oak Park in the unincorporated County. Very low income and homeless Persons Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWH/A) - individuals or families where at least one is infected - live in subsidized apartments where rent and a utility allowance are held to 30% of their income, typically SSI or similar.

Aids Housing Alliance - Colonia San Martin
Sacramento, CA - 95816
9163291093102

Colonia San Martin is officially open.  Final Certification of Occupancy was issued by the building inspectors on  November 14, 2008. Tenant selection began a few weeks earlier with a lottery to determine the order in which applications would be processed. That lottery, with 360 applicants for 60 apartments, was a sure indication of pent-up demand. Applications are still coming in, and applicants are being placed on a waiting list. As of May 15, 2009, Colonia San Martin has reached 100% occupancy.

Cstl Clean & Sober Transitional Living
Fair Oaks, CA - 95628
(916) 961-2691

Clean and Sober Transitional Living (CSTL) is an unrelated adult communal living environment for people with the common goal of long-term sobriety. Established in 1989, CSTL is the oldest and largest transitional living community in Northern California. We have helped over 5000 people re-create their lives.CSTL is designed to be part of your long term alcohol and drug rehabilitation, serving to strengthen your commitment to relapse prevention and provide tools to a new way of living while in a safe, secure and supportive environment.

Saehc Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Omega Project
Sacramento, CA - 95817
(916) 457-5760

In collaboration with Volunteers of America (VOA), the Omega Project provides permanent housing and continued supportive services to 15 singles and 15 families who have multiple and severe disabilities and have successfully completed a transitional housing program. The Omega Expansion program increased the number of families served to 22 in 2009. This program provides permanent housing with continued case management and youth development services.

Children's Receiving Home - Residential Services (for Ages 1 To 17)
Sacramento, CA - 95821
(916) 482-2370

Children’s Receiving Home is one of three agencies selected to participate in the Residentially Based Services Reform Demonstration Project for Sacramento County. RBS is designed as an 18 month intensive service program that focuses on permanency and provides a comprehensive approach to providing the right services, at the right time and in the right location, for youth who require group home care and their families. Six to nine months of services are provided while the youth is residing at CRH and then an additional nine months of services is provided in the community once the youth returns home or to the care of a non-related extended family member. Click here for more information on our Residentially Based Services (RBS).

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