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Below are 28 shelters for homeless in Santa Clara, CA County.

Ehc Lifebuilders - James F. Boccardo Regional Reception Center
Milpitas, CA - 95035
(408) 294-2100

EHC LifeBuilders is the leading provider of shelter, housing opportunities, and supportive services to people in crisis and those experiencing homelessness in Silicon Valley. We have thrived since 1980 because our leadership, our employees, and the community passionately believe in our mission and our vision of a society without homelessness.

Innvision - Cecil White Center
San Jose, CA - 95110
(408) 271-5160

Vision-InnVision and Shelter Network have unified as a single nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness. Message-After building and leading InnVision over the past 24 years, I have now retired from my position as CEO. Our Board of Directors and I had been considering a succession plan for some time, and I am pleased to announce a thoughtfully crafted, transformative step forward for InnVision.As of July 1, 2012 InnVision the Way Home and Shelter Network (equal size agencies with a common mission) have united as a single nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness. The new entity named InnVision Shelter Network is now one of the leading shelter/housing and supportive service providers in Northern California, supporting over 20,000 homeless men, women, and children annually.This wonderful unification plans to yield an innovative organization incorporating both agencies' best practices, multi-faceted programs, and extensive community partnerships. I am delighted to pass my leadership on to Karae Lisle as the new CEO of InnVision Shelter Network.

Innvision - Georgia Travis Center (for Women & Children)
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 453-3124

Vision-InnVision and Shelter Network have unified as a single nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness. Message-After building and leading InnVision over the past 24 years, I have now retired from my position as CEO. Our Board of Directors and I had been considering a succession plan for some time, and I am pleased to announce a thoughtfully crafted, transformative step forward for InnVision.As of July 1, 2012 InnVision the Way Home and Shelter Network (equal size agencies with a common mission) have united as a single nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness. The new entity named InnVision Shelter Network is now one of the leading shelter/housing and supportive service providers in Northern California, supporting over 20,000 homeless men, women, and children annually.This wonderful unification plans to yield an innovative organization incorporating both agencies' best practices, multi-faceted programs, and extensive community partnerships. I am delighted to pass my leadership on to Karae Lisle as the new CEO of InnVision Shelter Network.

Innvision - Opportunity Services Center
Palo Alto, CA - 94301
(650) 853-8672

The Opportunity Services Center accomplishes its mission to serve the needs of the homeless and those at-risk in the Midpeninsula area by providing:the Adult Services Center for singles with a wide range of services from laundry and lockers, to computers and counseling.the Bredt Family Center for families with small children, providing a broad range of services to help with basic human needs, as well as enabling people to find stability and housing.the Opportunity Health Center provides primary care, mental health care, case management, and other supportive services to both adults and children. service to the wider community by providing creative responses to homeless-related problems, and engaging the community in service to meet those needs.a positive, caring environment, where promoting the innate dignity of every person is the highest concern.

Family Supportive Housing
San Jose, CA - 95133
(408) 926-8885

Empowering Homeless Families in Santa Clara County since 1986

Bill Wilson Center - Drop-in Center (for Ages 12 To 22)
Santa Clara, CA - 95050
(408) 243-0222

Each year, Bill Wilson Center serves more than 10,000 clients in Santa Clara County through our various programs. Bill Wilson Center programs focus on housing, education, counseling, and advocacy.Bill Wilson Center is committed to working with the community to ensure that every youth has access to the range of services needed to grow to be healthy and self-sufficient adults. Bill Wilson Center has been providing services to runaway and homeless youth since 1973.

Ehc Lifebuilders - James F. Boccardo Regional Reception Center
San Jose, CA - 95125
(408) 539-2170

Over the years, BRC has evolved into a multi-service facility. The center operates year-round,  serves homeless adults, and provides emergency shelter. In addition to providing housing and basic needs assistance to clients, the center offers an array of supportive services in the areas of job search and placement, mental health services, case management, legal assistance, substance abuse recovery, clinical services, and housing search assistance.

Ehc Lifebuilders - John H. Boccardo Family Living Center
San Martin, CA - 95046
(408) 686-1300

The Boccardo Family Living Center is one of the few housing programs in South County that accepts migrant families and two parent families, allowing families to stay together as they search for housing and work to become self-sufficient. The units are private and furnished. The BFLC is the only shelter for families in South County. The program provides comprehensive case management and supportive services in collaboration with community resources. All families have access to an array of workshops, activities, and assistance in locating permanent housing.

Ehc Lifebuilders - 5th Street Transitional Housing Program
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 539-2143

Ehc - Lifebuilders - Our House Transitional Living Program (for Ages 16 To 21)
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 292-6915

Ehc Lifebuilders - Sobrato Family Living Center
Santa Clara, CA - 95054
(408) 539-2155

The Sobrato Family Living Center provides a safe and supportive living environment for low-income and homeless families. The goal of the program is to provide and assist families with the tools they need to gain economic and social well-being and stability. The SFLC follows a service-enriched housing model and provides on-site case management.  Some of the services the Center provides are an on-site tutorial for children, and partners with numerous organizations to help provide an array of services to our families.  There are two transitional housing programs, and one permanent housing program.

Ehc Lifebuilders - Sobrato Transitional Apartments
Gilroy, CA - 95020
(408) 539-2190

Sobrato House is a 19,000 square foot facility in downtown San Jose that currently offers 10 nightly emergency shelter beds for youth clients. The facility is a combination of new construction and the historical Grenninger House, a 1903  Victorian home that was saved and moved from the City Hall location.

Innvision - Steven's House
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 280-7019

Stevens House supports 8 graduates of JSI.  Residents may stay in this transitional housing for up to two years.  Each resident pays a small fee and is expected to contribute 20 hours a week in community service.  Regular house meetings are facilitated by an on-site case manager who works closely with each resident to ensure each is on-track with planned goals.

Innvision - The Villa (for Women & Children)
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 271-0685

The InnVision Villa provides transitional housing for single women and women with children. A community kitchen, common rooms, play area, and computer lab are available for all residents. Individual units are wired for telephone service.  The Learning Zone Homework Club is offered twice a week for school-aged children. Case management is part of the program design and includes regular house meetings and educational workshops. Residents must be employed and pay 30% of their income for rent, and maintain residency for up to two years.

Cityteam Ministries - Heritage Home (for Pregnant Women)
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 294-1238

Our Womens’ programs care for disadvantaged women who find themselves in crisis situations by providing them with basic necessities including food, clothing, diapers and formula for their children and life skills classes. Our San Jose location has residential programs available for abused, homeless women who are pregnant or are dealing with addictions. Counseling, recovery classes and compassionate care are given to these women who are in desperate need.

Cityteam Ministries Of San Jose - House Of Grace (for Women & Children)
San Jose, CA - 95131

Innvision - Homesafe, Santa Clara And San Jose (for Women & Children)
San Jose, CA - 95125
4082518064408

HomeSafe provides shared housing for 150 survivors of domestic violence with sites in both San Jose and Santa Clara.  InnVision works closely with Charities Housing and the Domestic Violence Collaborative to develop a transitional housing program designed specifically for survivors of domestic violence. Next Door provides on-site support services and counseling for residents.  The community center has a computer lab and a childcare center.

Salvation Army Hospitality House (for Women & Children)
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 282-1175

Bill Wilson Center - Transitional Housing Program (for Ages 16 To 22)
Santa Clara, CA - 95050
(408) 243-0222

Bill Wilson Center's Transitional Housing Program provides comprehensive services for homeless youth ages 18-24, including young single parents and their children. Young people live in shared, supervised apartments or houses throughout the County while they receive counseling, independent living skills training, parenting classes and employment services. The goal of the 12-18 month long program is to help youth become self-sufficient adults with strong connections to the community. Like all Bill Wilson Center programs, the emphasis of this program is on self-direction and self-determination.

Bill Wilson Center - Quetzal House
Santa Clara, CA - 95050
(408) 243-0222

Quetzal House serves as a stable and nurturing environment for girls who are chronic runaways from the Foster Care System. At Quetzal House, girls receive the counseling, support and life skills training they need to feel safe, supported and successful in transitioning to longer term placements. One of the things that distinguishing characteristics of the Bill Wilson Center is our "no fail" guiding principle: We believe that everyone can be successful and we keep trying. This approach is working at Quetzal House. Quetzal House is named after the Quetzal bird, which dies when kept in captivity.

Ehc Lifebuilders - Sobrato Family Living Center
Milpitas,, CA - 95035
(408) 539-2100

The Sobrato Family Living Center provides a safe and supportive living environment for low-income and homeless families. The goal of the program is to provide and assist families with the tools they need to gain economic and social well-being and stability. The SFLC follows a service-enriched housing model and provides on-site case management.  Some of the services the Center provides are an on-site tutorial for children, and partners with numerous organizations to help provide an array of services to our families.  There are two transitional housing programs, and one permanent housing program.

Ehc Lifebuilders - Sobrato Transitional Apartments
Milpitas,, CA - 95020
(408) 539-2100

In addition to youth beds, the program houses nine apartments, an on-site kitchen, community room, computer lab, a classroom, and outdoor recreation area. The facility is located in downtown San Jose in a neighborhood where homeless youth tend to seek food and shelter.

Innvision - Casa Camino
San Jose, CA - 95125
(408) 271-0685

408-271-0685 (Property Manager)Permanent housing in a 14 apartment complex for low-income families and singles.

Innvision - Scattered Site Permanent Supportive Housing
San Jose, CA - 95125
(408) 292-4286

Innvision - Graduate House
Mountain View, CA - 72533
(408) 292-4286

Graduate House (GH - Permanent Housing)-Mountain View, CA Shared permanent housing for 5 men and women.

Innvision - North County Inns
Mountain View, CA - 72560
(408) 292-4286

Innvision - Opportunity Center Of The Midpeninsula Housing
Palo Alto, CA - 94301
(650) 853-8672

The Opportunity Services Center accomplishes its mission to serve the needs of the homeless and those at-risk in the Midpeninsula area by providing:the Adult Services Center for singles with a wide range of services from laundry and lockers, to computers and counseling.the Bredt Family Center for families with small children, providing a broad range of services to help with basic human needs, as well as enabling people to find stability and housing. the Opportunity Health Center provides primary care, mental health care, case management, and other supportive services to both adults and children. service to the wider community by providing creative responses to homeless-related problems, and engaging the community in service to meet those needs. a positive, caring environment, where promoting the innate dignity of every person is the highest concern.

Innvision - Opportunity Center Of The Midpeninsula Family Housing
Palo Alto, CA - 94301
(650) 853-8672

Weekday assistance for singles and families in need, providing for basic needs, case management, food, showers, laundry, computer lab, health care, lockers, and children’s activities.

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