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California Counties:

Alameda (16)
Butte (1)
Contra Costa (1)
Fresno (4)
Humboldt (1)
Imperial (5)
Kern (2)
Los Angeles (58)
Marin (7)
Mendocino (1)
Merced (3)
Napa (1)
Orange (10)
Riverside (5)
Sacramento (21)
San Bernardino (2)
San Diego (30)
San Francisco (42)
San Joaquin (3)
San Luis Obispo (1)
San Mateo (12)
Santa Barbara (6)
Santa Clara (28)
Santa Cruz (5)
Solano (1)
Sonoma (8)
Stanislaus (1)
Tulare (1)
Ventura (2)
Yolo (3)

Latest Update to California Homeless Shelters database:

Huckleberry Youth Programs - Huckleberry House (for Ages 11 To 18)
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 621-2929

Huckleberry Youth Programs is a major community-based youth agency, providing a full spectrum of services to homeless, runaway, and other at-risk youth in San Francisco and Marin counties.

Larkin Street Youth Services - Drop-in Center (for Ages 24 And Under)
San Francisco, CA - 94109
415673091125

Larkin Street Youth Services provides homeless, runaway and at-risk kids between the ages of 12 and 24 with the help they need to rebuild their lives. Each year, more than 3,600 kids walk through our doors seeking help. We give them the care, nurturing, and support they need to resolve the immediate crises in their lives and take steps toward a brighter future beyond the streets.

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.

Good Shepherd Center - Languille Drop-in Center (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90026
(213) 250-5241

Languille Emergency shelter provides a temporary home for 30 women who are taking the first crucial step out of homelessness toward a life of dignity and self-sufficiency. The women who come through the doors of Languille have lived on the streets or in their cars, fled domestic violence, suffered a job loss, experienced health problems or other life circumstances that led them to homelessness.

Union Rescue Mission
Los Angeles, CA - 90013
(213) 347-6300

Union Rescue Mission (URM) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to serving men, women and children experiencing homelessness. Established in 1891, URM is one of the largest rescue missions of its kind in the United States and the oldest in Los Angeles.We provide a comprehensive array of emergency and long-term services to our guests, including: food, shelter, clothing, medical and dental care, recovery programs, transitional housing, legal assistance, education, counseling, and job training to needy men, women, children, and families.

Naomi's House (for Women)
Fresno, CA - 93706
(559) 498-6988

Over the years of operation of Poverello House, staff, board and the community saw a need for overnight shelter for single homeless women. While it was recognized that there are excellent local programs for homeless women, demand greatly exceeded capacity. In addition, it was recognized that there were women who do not avail themselves of these programs – due primarily to advanced substance abuse and/or severe, persistent mental illness. Unfortunately, these women’s only option is to live on the streets where they are subjected to violence, sexual abuse and exploitation.Naomi’s House at Poverello specifically targets these women, offering them an overnight shelter in a relaxed atmosphere, where is structure, but it is minimal. The first and most important task with these women is the development of a trusting relationship. Only through trust can these women begin to address the path that led to homelessness and begin to reconstruct their lives. In addition to shelter, the women are provided with Poverello House/Holy Cross Center for Women Campus services – meals, showers, laundry and medical/dental care. Other services at Naomi’s House include a strengths-based needs assessment, goal planning, social service advocacy, case management, limited transportation and education regarding issues endemic to women and homelessness.Naomi’s House is located within the Poverello House Campus at 445 F Street; adjacent to Holy Cross Center for Women, across the street from Poverello House. The facility consists of the original 864 square foot house and modular units behind the house. The total shelter capacity is 24.

Community Action Of Napa Valley Canv - Hope Resource Center
Napa, CA - 94559
(707) 259-8133

The Mission of Community Action of Napa Valley is to provide services and resources that promote and encourage self-sufficiency of the most vulnerable members of our community

Berkeley Food & Housing Project - The Women's Resource Center (for Women & Children)
Berkeley, CA - 94704
510649496530

To ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our community, Berkeley Food and Housing Project provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families. Founded in 1970, Berkeley Food and Housing Project has worked to ease and end the crisis of homelessness for men, women, and children in the Berkeley community. With programs ranging from free meal service to permanent supportive housing, BFHP provides a continuum of care to accommodate a broad spectrum of specialized needs.BFHP assists low-income and homeless individuals with needs and disabilities that are not effectively met by mainstream social services. The agency hallmark is to provide services with compassion to foster a nurturing, healing environment that can effectively end an individual’s cycle of homelessness.

Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (fesco) - Marquis House
Hayward, CA - 94541
(510) 886-5473

FESCO's mission is to help homeless families move toward self-sufficiency.

Bakersfield Homeless Center
Bakersfield, CA - 93305
(661) 322-9199

The mission of the Bakersfield Homeless Center is to provide support and resources to families and individuals in crisis while helping them to achieve their highest level of self-sufficiency. Take the tour and learn more about what we do

1736 Family Crisis Center - Emergency Youth Shelter (for Ages 10 To 17)
Hermosa Beach, CA - 90018
(323) 737-3900

Since 1972, 1736 Family Crisis Center has been responding to the growing needs of victims of domestic violence, runaway and homeless youth, homeless families, unemployed adults and youth, and other low-income community members in need of assistance. We are dedicated to providing professional, cutting -edge, comprehensive programs that are managed by licensed therapists, attorneys and our experienced staff. Men, women, children and families can access life saving support 24 hours a day through five shelters, three community service centers and five crisis hotlines. We are always accessible and ready to help kids and families so that they can permanently escape the worst possible conditions of poverty and violence.

Samaritan Center
Simi Valley, CA - 93094-0568
(805) 579-9166

The Samaritan Center is a morning drop-in center for the homeless. Here they can take a shower, get clean clothes, have something to eat, make phone calls, receive mail and messages. Through outreach programs provided at the Center, they have access to public heath nurses, abuse counseling, job recruitment, social workers and more. The Center is here to help the homeless help themselves to become productive members of the community.

The Prado Day Center
San Luis Obispo, CA - 93401
(805) 786-0617

It can be a helpless feeling to be homeless, yet thousands find themselves in this predicament annually in San Luis Obispo County. Fortunately, our compassionate community has found an effective way to provide daytime services to assist the homeless. Each day 90 to 120 homeless men, women and children come to Prado Day Center.Since September 1997, Prado has provided essential day-to-day services for homeless members of our community. Meals served by People’s Kitchen, showers, laundry facilities and other vital services are available. The road of self-sufficiency is also aided with assistance for those seeking employment, housing referrals, social services, and enriching activities for the children.

Bakersfield Rescue Mission - Homeless Intervention Services Center
Bakersfield, CA - 93305
(661) 325-0863

The Bakersfield Rescue Mission's purpose is to provide an environment conducive to the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of the people we serve. Our goal is to assist each of our residents and guests toward independent living.

Bakersfield Rescue Mission - Lonnie Heath Center
Bakersfield,, CA - 93305
(661) 325-0863

The Bakersfield Rescue Mission's purpose is to provide an environment conducive to the physical, emotional and spiritual well-being of the people we serve. Our goal is to assist each of our residents and guests toward independent living.

The Living Room (for Women & Children)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95404
(707) 579-0138

We are the only daytime drop-in center in Sonoma County specifically serving homeless and at-risk women and their children

Walden House - Multi Service Center, Mission Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 226-1775

The mission of Haight Ashbury Free Clinics is to increase access to healthcare for all and improve the health and well being of our clients. The Clinics provide free, high quality, comprehensive health care that is culturally sensitive, non-judgmental and accessible to all.The mission of Walden House is to give hope and change lives for people affected by substance abuse and mental health conditions. We do this by offering behavioral health services and tools for living to youth, adults, and families throughout California. These services aim to relieve the burden of societal problems by promoting wellness, healthy relationships, productive living, and community involvement.

Walden House - Multi Service Center, 22nd Street
Los Angeles, CA - 90007
(415) 554-1100

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The United Council Of Human Services - Bayview Hunters Multiservice Center
San Francisco, CA - 94124
(415) 671-1100
Downtown Women's Center - Day Center (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90013
(213) 680-0600

The mission of the Downtown Women’s Center is to provide permanent supportive housing and a safe and healthy community fostering dignity, respect, and personal stability, and to advocate ending homelessness for women.

Lamp Community - Frank Rice Haven
Los Angeles, CA - 90013
(213) 488-9559

Lamp Community is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization that permanently ends homelessness, improves health, and builds self-sufficiency among men and women living with severe mental illness

San Diego Youth & Community Services Sdycs - Day Drop-in Center
San Diego, CA - 92110
(619) 221-8600

San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) is a non-profit charitable organization that since founded, has stabilized the lives of over 500,000 homeless, runaway, abused and at-risk youth in the San Diego area. Launched in 1970 when volunteers established one of the first runaway youth shelters in America, SDYS now provides intensive services to more than 12,000 children and their families each year. This nationally recognized agency offers emergency services, safe places to live and long-term solutions for kids “on their own” by providing shelters, group homes, foster homes, community centers and transitional housing. Professional help for high risk youth is provided at all 14 major locations in San Diego County.Our Mission is to help at-risk youth and their families become self-sufficient and reach their highest potential.

St. Vincent De Paul Society - Ozanam's Drop-in Center
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 977-1270

The mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco (SVDP-SF) is to serve anyone in need through direct person-to-person service and professional social service programs. We address homelessness, addiction, and domestic violence, helping our clients become self-sufficient, reducing the harm they cause to themselves and others, and consistently treating all of our clients with dignity and respect

The Midnight Mission - Day Room
Los Angeles, CA - 90014
(213) 624-9258

Mission Statement-To offer a bridge to self-sufficiency for homeless people through counseling, education, training and job placement.To make available the necessities of life to homeless people: food, shelter, clothing, personal hygiene needs, and medical care.To offer the 12-step approach to recovery.To serve homeless people with empathy and respect, without sermonizing.To provide for the homeless as an independent social service agency.

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.

Catholic Charities Of The Diocese Of Santa Rosa - Homeless Services Center
Santa Rosa, CA - 95401
(707) 528-8712

Catholic Charities reaches out to those most in need, offers hope through service, and builds better communities.Catholic Charities is a nonprofit, human service agency serving people in need and of all faiths and walks of life.

Pajaro Valley Shelter Services - Emergency Shelter (for Women & Children)
Watsonville, CA - 95076
(831) 728-5649

Our Mission is to assist homeless women, children and families obtain stable housing through temporary shelter and services.

Covenant House California Of Hollywood - Crisis Shelter
Hollywood, CA - 90027
(323) 461-3131

Covenant House California (CHC) is a non-profit agency whose mission is to reach out to at-risk homeless youth living on the streets and offer them hope and opportunities to turn their lives around. We help abused or neglected youth who have nowhere else to go. A large number have been thrown out of their homes while others have aged out or left the foster care system with no family, no support system, and no one to turn to.

Volunteers Of America Greater Los Angeles - Drop-in Center
Los Angeles, CA - 90014
(213) 624-4663

Volunteers of America is a non-profit human services organization committed to serving people in need, strengthening families, and building communities.  

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.

Stockton Shelter For The Homeless - Drop-in Center
Stockton, CA - 95203
(209) 465-3612

We have three year-round shelters and open a fourth one at the Housing Authority’s migrant camps during the cold winter months. Our family shelter has 25 rooms and we provide shelter for single women at this facility as well.  When we are full, and a family or single woman comes in for emergency shelter, our staff tries to connect them with other services, another shelter, or if there is room, we invite them to stay in our multi-purpose room overnight.

Clara House
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 863-0681

Compass Clara House provides an intensive, yet supportive, environment where great things can happen.  With a focus on education, the two-year live-in program helps each family to build a lasting foundation for success.

Central City Hospitality House - Shelter Program (for Men)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 749-2103

As one of its first efforts towards addressing homelessness in San Francisco, Hospitality House opened the City's first overnight shelter in 1971. More than 35 years later, the Shelter continues to thrive, offering 25 ninety-day, case-managed beds and five emergency spaces to 150 adult men each year. The Hospitality House Shelter is the smallest shelter for men in San Francisco, allowing for personal, respectful, and high-quality services. Residents represent a highly diverse population, comprised of veterans, immigrants and refugees, former mental hospital patients, seniors, and ex-offenders. By honing in on each resident's own barriers to housing, employment, and over-all self-reliance, the Shelter maintains Hospitality House's overarching mission to deliver services with a resident's ultimate independence in mind.

Black Coalition On Aids - Rafiki Housing
San Francisco, CA - 94107
(415) 615-9945

BCA's Rafiki Housing Program began in 1991 when our first transitional housing program in Bayview Hunters Point was opened. Brandy Moore House is the crown jewel of Rafiki Housing and is named in memory of co-founder William “Brandy” Moore, a staunch advocate for fair housing and HIV/AIDS prevention for San Francisco’s Black community. This 11-bed transitional house provides a comforting, supportive and empowering program model to residents dealing with HIV/AIDS, homelessness, substance abuse, and/or mental health concerns.

Northern California Service League - Cameo Transitional Housing Program (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 703-0600

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St. Vincent De Paul Society - Riley Center (domestic Violence) (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94104
(415) 552-2943

The St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco's Riley Center offers safe and confidential services for survivors of domestic violence, along with their children, from the point of crisis to a woman's achievement of self-sufficiency.

Salvation Army - Harbor House Transitional Housing
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 503-3029

Harbor House Transitional Housing is a state licensed chemical dependency program for single parent (mothers or fathers) homeless families seeking self-sufficiency. Harbor House provides an integrated environment that encourages confidence and independence through recovery, workforce development, education / skills enhancement, self sufficiency, and individual and family counseling. Harbor House staff is committed to sustaining families. Staff facilitates change within the families through a professional therapeutic process.  Harbor House also offers employment guidance, job preparation, parenting class referrals, reunification court advocacy, and criminal justice court advocacy. Through partnerships, Harbor House is able to bridge the housing gap between primary chemical dependency programs, economic uncertainty, and single parent families in need; veterans, men, and women qualify for our services. Harbor House has a veterans program, again, with the same criteria as listed above, and is working with newly returned men and women, with children, who have served our country.

Jewish Family & Childrens Center - Dream House (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 449-1200

Strengthening individuals. Strengthening families. Strengthening community. That's what Jewish Family and Children's Services is all about.

Baker Places - Baker Street House
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 567-1498

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Baker Places - Robertson Place
San Francisco, CA - 94122
(415) 664-4876

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Baker Places - Ferguson Place
San Francisco, CA - 94115
(415) 922-9104

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Raphael House
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 474-4621

Raphael House, the first shelter for children and families experiencing homelessness in Northern California, provides an environment of loving support where families are able to move toward brighter and more hopeful futures.The mission of Raphael House is to help at-risk families achieve stable housing and financial independence while strengthening family bonds and personal dignity.

Hamilton Family Center - Hamilton Family Transitional Housing Program
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 409-2100

Hamilton Family Transitional Housing Program – in collaboration with the San Francisco Dependency Drug Court, Behavioral Health Court, and the Child Welfare Program – offers 20 high-needs families interim housing with comprehensive support services for up to 18 months. The Transitional Housing Program provides families the time they need to identify and begin to address the multiple barriers and factors that contribute to their chronic homelessness, and helps families improve budgeting, parenting, and other life skills while preparing for economic and housing stability.

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.

U.s. Vets - Los Angeles (for Veterans)
Inglewood, CA - 90301
(310) 348-7600

The successful transition of military veterans and their families through the provision of housing, counseling, career development and comprehensive support.

U.s. Vets - Long Beach At Villages At Cabrillo (for Veterans)
Long Beach, CA - 90810
(562) 388-8016

U.S.VETS-Long Beach, established in 2001, is the largest of the eleven U.S. VETS sites.It is located at the Villages at Cabrillo, 26 acres of former Cabrillo/Savannah Naval housing site. U.S.VETS – Long Beach is the only U.S.VETS Site that offers the Women Veterans & Children program. The Long Beach site serves 550 veterans daily.

U.s. Vets - Riverside (for Veterans)
Moreno Valley, CA - 92518
(951) 656-6891

U.S.VETS – Riverside opened in 2003 and is located on Joint Power Authorities (JPA) property adjacent to the March Air Reserve Base in Moreno Valley. Riverside currently serves 119 veterans daily.

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.

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.

Homeless Services Center - Rebele Family Shelter
Santa Cruz, CA - 95060
831458602011

The shelter provides family suites, three meals per day, children's indoors and outdoor play areas, a classroom/meeting room, a central lounge on each floor and laundry facilities. Adults receive counseling, health-care and job assistance support, and children attend area schools. To sign up for the wait list for the family shelter, call 458-6020 ext 1103 or visit the Rebele Family Shelter Reception Desk. To remain on the wait list, please call in or visit the Rebele Family Shelter office once every two weeks.

Homeless Services Center - Page Smith Community House
Santa Cruz, CA - 95060
831458602031

A transitional-housing program for 40 single male and female adults for up to 18 months.Eight co-housing units, individual and group counseling, referrals for social services, job placement and other resources help homeless individuals transition into self-sufficiency. Individuals may sign up for the Page Smith Community House wait list on Thursdays between 1pm and 3pm in the Page Smith office at 115 Coral Street.

Good Shepherd Center - Mother & Child Residence (for Women & Children)
Los Angeles, CA - 90026
(323) 469-6540

Since 1984, Good Shepherd Center has assisted the most vulnerable of the homeless population— women and children. Our mission is to help homeless women rebuild their lives so they and their children will experience a brighter future. Through housing, employment and other supportive services, we offer women hope and the opportunity to achieve independence.

Good Shelter Center - Hawkes Transitional Residence (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90026
(213) 482-0281

After emergency shelter, some women need additional assistance to transition to independent living. Part of our Women's Village, Hawkes Transitional Residence provides 30 homeless women with private, furnished rooms for an average stay of 12-15 months and a maximum stay of two years.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Trudy & Norman Louis Valley Shelter
North Hollywood, CA - 91605
(818) 982-4091

Since 1983, LAFH has grown to become the largest provider of affordable housing in the San Fernando Valley and a best practices provider of basic needs and homeless services throughout Greater Los Angeles. LAFH is a unique housing provider because its services and real estate development address the full continuum of care for homeless and low-income households, from temporary housing to permanent rental housing, all linked to supportive services. In total we own and operate 22 properties, including three shelters and 19 permanent affordable apartment buildings. In 2011, LAFH reached 3,518 children, parents and single adults through its multi-tiered supportive housing system.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Sydney M. Irmas Transitional Living Center
North Hollywood, CA - 91605
(818) 982-4091

Since 1983, LAFH has grown to become the largest provider of affordable housing in the San Fernando Valley and a best practices provider of basic needs and homeless services throughout Greater Los Angeles. LAFH is a unique housing provider because its services and real estate development address the full continuum of care for homeless and low-income households, from temporary housing to permanent rental housing, all linked to supportive services. In total we own and operate 22 properties, including three shelters and 19 permanent affordable apartment buildings. In 2011, LAFH reached 3,518 children, parents and single adults through its multi-tiered supportive housing system.

Veterans Village Of San Diego Vvsd - New Resolve Residential Program
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 745-7829

VVSD provides a continuum of care with a full range of comprehensive and innovative services for military veterans

Veterans Village Of San Diego Vvsd - Focus/disabilities Transitional Housing Program (for Veterans)
El Cajon, CA - 92020
(619) 444-9926
Veterans Village Of San Diego Vvsd - Welcome Home Family Program
San Diego, CA - 92114
(619) 264-7401

VVSD's first-of-its kind Welcome Home Family Program provides homeless families with the tools necessary to set and attain goals leading to independence.The Welcome Home Family Program provides the necessary life skills such as positive parenting and community involvement, in a clean and sober supportive environment to strengthen, encourage and prepare families in transition from dysfunctional unhealthy living and active addiction to becoming drug free productive healthy successful families.

Bay Area Rescue Mission - Family Center & Transitional Program
Richmond, CA - 94801
(510) 215-4860

To share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the homeless and needy and empower them to change their world.

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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Ywca Of San Diego - Becky's House (for Women & Children)
San Diego, CA - 92101
619239035525

Mission-“For more than 100 years, the YWCA has been committed to helping those families facing dire conditions – women and children living with domestic violence and families living on the street – to find permanent solutions to their challenges and regain their power…We believe our role is to help them identify the cause behind their situation and help them determine the best course of action for a stable, independent, and successful future...This is how you get true, lasting change.”

Ywca Of San Diego - Cortez Hill Family Center
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 239-0355

“I am a single dad who moved into the Cortez Hill Family Center with my 12-year-old son. At the time I entered the program, it was difficult for me to continue working due to my deteriorating health. The YWCA helped me get the proper medical treatment and I was able to maintain my employment and continue attending school. The Cortez Hill Family Center is a wonderful program that doesn’t just provide a handout, but is a true support system for those in need.”

Transition House - Transitional Residence
Santa Barbara, CA - 93101
(805) 730-3848

Mission-Transition House is dedicated to the solution of family homelessness in the Santa Barbara community. Capable and motivated families with children are offered respectful, non-sectarian residential services and the life skills needed to alleviate their poverty, and to restore self-sufficiency and dignity.

South County Outreach Sco - Transitional Housing Program
Lake Forest, CA - 92630
(949) 380-8144

South County Outreach has operated its Transitional Housing Program since 1994. This program is dedicated to assisting families with dependent children who have found themselves without safe housing options and desire some help and guidance to get back on their feet. We operate the Transitional Housing Program through 16 condominiums owned by South County Outreach at scattered site locations throughout the cities of Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, and Laguna Niguel. At any given time, there are approximately 20 adults and 30 children residing in our units. The average length of stay is 6-9 months depending upon the family’s need and their progress. The goal of the program is that each family becomes self-sufficient and secures permanent housing.

Berkeley Food & Housing Project - The Women's Resource Center (for Women & Children)
Berkeley, CA - 94704
510649496530

Mission-To ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our community, Berkeley Food and Housing Project provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families.

Berkeley Food & Housing Project - Transitional House (for Women)
Berkeley, CA - 94704
510649496530

Mission-To ease and end the crisis of homelessness in our community, Berkeley Food and Housing Project provides emergency food and shelter, transitional housing, permanent housing, and housing placement with support services to homeless individuals and families.

Hope For Homeless Youth - Womens Home (for Women & Children)
Los Angeles, CA - 90026
(213) 353-0775

Our objective is to reach out to the homeless, run away youth of the inner city and the low income community.  Our program is structured to incorporate the meeting of physical and emotional needs of the youth and hurting people we seek out on the street.  For their physical needs we provide nutrition, food, hygiene and emergency shelter.  Referrals are also given if we are unable to house such individuals.

Hope For Homeless Youth - Men's Home (for Men)
Los Angeles, CA - 90026
(213) 353-0639

Our objective is to reach out to the homeless, run away youth of the inner city and the low income community.  Our program is structured to incorporate the meeting of physical and emotional needs of the youth and hurting people we seek out on the street.  For their physical needs we provide nutrition, food, hygiene and emergency shelter.  Referrals are also given if we are unable to house such individuals.

Fresno Rescue Mission - New Start Transitional Home (for Men)
Fresno, CA - 93728
(559) 495-1346

Mission-The Fresno Rescue Mission endeavors to glorify God by meeting the spiritual and physical needs of the least, the last and the lost in our community.

Families Forward - Transitional Housing Program
Irvine, CA - 92618
(949) 552-2727

Families Forward assists families in financial crisis to achieve and maintain self-sufficiency. We do not just provide support; we supply the tools for families to once again become independent, productive residents of the community. With your help, we can continue to ensure that families in Orange County go to bed safe, happy, and healthy, with a sense of stability and hope for the future.

North County Solutions For Change - Solutions Family Center
Vista, CA - 92083
(760) 941-6545

North County Solutions for Change was founded in 1999 by social entrepreneurs Chris and Tammy Megison because they didn’t think it was right for babies to be sleeping on the floor of an emergency winter shelter. Prior to starting up Solutions for Change, the Megison’s developed and directed work and housing programs that helped thousands of homeless men get jobs, pay rent and earn their way back into society through an intense boot camp style program. Their most notable achievement was recognized as being the creators of one of North County’s most successful social purpose microenterprises, the North County Times Hawker program (those guys selling papers on the streets). Chris and Tammy built the program from the ground up and over its first seven years built it into one of the most successful newspaper street selling operations in the nation, expanding it to three other daily newspapers in 18 cities in San Diego, Orange County and LA. 

Progress Foundation - Progress House
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 668-8652
Progress Foundation - La Amistad
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 285-8100
Progress Foundation - Carroll House (for Seniors Age 60 And Older)
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 821-1610
The Riley Center - Brennan House (domestic Violence) (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 255-2894

Brennan House is a 31 bed transitional housing program where formerly battered women and their children may stay up to 18 months. Both Brennan House and Rosalie House occupy a restored three-story Victorian building with a beautiful back yard and children’s center, confidentially located in San Francisco.

Dolores Street Community Services - Richard M. Cohen Residence (for People With Hiv/aids)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 558-0503

The Richard M. Cohen Residence opened in 1995 as a residential care facility for homeless men and women living with disabling HIV or AIDS. The residence is named for Richard Cohen, a San Franciscan who died of AIDS in 1991 and whose estate provided a significant portion of the funds needed to renovate and open the residence

Los Angeles Youth Network - Beachwood House (for Ages 15 To 19)
Hollywood, CA - 90028
(323) 962-0430

LAYN also provides supportive counseling services. Counseling is the intervention utilized to assist our young people to address issues that are preventing them from achieving their goals. These services are provided by para-professional and professional clinical staff. Both short term and long-term interventions are utilized. As in all of our program components, the staff start where each youth is able to begin. This service is continued after a youth leaves our program when appropriate. All our services are provided to individuals, group and families.

Rainbow Services - Villa Paloma Transitional Shelter (for Women & Children)
San Pedro, CA - 90731
(310) 547-9343

Through our Villa Paloma Transitional Shelter, Rainbow Services provides transitional housing for longer-term safety and assistance for women and children after they exit a domestic violence emergency shelter.

Upward Bound House - Family Place
Santa Monica, CA - 90403
(310) 458-7779

Family Place provides transitional housing and services for families with minor dependent children.  Traditionally, homeless shelters separate men and women; our unique model maintains the family unit intact in separate apartments.The program is housed in a 21-unit apartment building in the heart of Santa Monica's residential community. The units comfortably accommodate a full family, with kitchens and home furnishings. The apartment complex includes a playground and common areas.

Cats - Golden Gate For Seniors (for Ages 55 And Older)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 241-1199

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Community Action Agency - Esplanade House
Chico, CA - 95973
(530) 712-2600

The Esplanade House is a transitional housing program designed to provide shelter and essential services for homeless families. The facility houses up to 60 families who live in apartments. The facility was completed in 2004 through the combined efforts of the Agency, City of Chico, the Esplanade House Children's Fund, State of California, Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco and many private donations.

Good Samaritan Shelter - Family Transitional Shelter
Santa Maria, CA - 93458
805347333810

The Family Transitional Shelter was developed in response to the growing need of a program to assist families who are in limbo due to socio and economic hardship. Parents are without shelter for themselves and their children, and many times have lost a job as well. A case manager helps families develop a goal-oriented program that allows them to attain skills in money management, parents and budgeting. Education is stressed and many of the clients return to school to get their high school diploma and/or enroll in the local community college. With guidance from the case manager and commitment from families, their lives become stable and can move forward towards a happy, productive future full of promise.

Good Samaritan Shelter - Transitional Center And Project P.r.e.m.i.e. (for Women & Children)
Santa Maria, CA - 93458
(805) 925-0315

The objective of the program is to deliver drug-free babies and assist in the healing process of women and their children who have been affected by substance abuse. This program is designed for pregnant and parenting women with dual diagnosis issues.

Good Samaritan Shelter - Clean And Sober Living Homes
Santa Maria, CA - 93458
(805) 346-8185

30 days or more of sobriety preferred. If less than one year, the CSL resident will be required to enroll in a treatment program for at least 6 months. If unemployed, the resident will have 60 days to secure employment unless medically or psychologically unable.

Eureka Rescue Mission - Women & Children's Shelter (for Women & Children)
Eureka, CA - 95501
(707) 443-5016

The Women & Children's Shelter provides a sober, structured environment with daily responsibilities and Bible study. The time limit varies as to the needs of the individual. An interview and picture ID are required to utilize services at the shelter. An interview may be scheduled at 4:00pm any day of the week.

Solano Rescue Mission - Homeless Shelter & Transitional Housing
Fairfield, CA - 94533
(707) 422-1011

Mission Solano gratefully celebrates many of its \\\"firsts\\\"".  The Mission pioneered the term \\\""nomadic sheltering\\\"" applying to the rotating emergency shelter program in partnership with area host churches.  In 2010, Mission Solano achieved unique distinction as the first Department of Veterans Affairs Per Diem Grant charity partner to pass all program inspections upon the first inspection"

Evangel Home - Cross Roads
Fresno, CA - 93701
(559) 264-4714

Mission-To serve women and children in crisis.To meet their basic physical needs.To promote personal development and responsibility.To encourage spiritual growth.To uphold and honor Jesus Christ in all we do.

Coachella Valley Rescue Mission - New Life Program
Indio, CA - 92201
(760) 347-3512

The New Life Program is a faith-based, residential program for men and women seeking to change their lives.

Shepherd's Gate - New Life Program
Livermore, CA - 94551
(925) 443-4283

Shepherd’s Gate provides shelter and resources for women and children displaced by abuse, financial hardships, and addictions.

Merced County Rescue Mission - Men's New Life Transformation Program (for Men)
Merced, CA - 95348
(209) 722-9269

For nearly a century, one group has been tracking with the tragic conditions of the desperate and disenfranchised in North America. The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) has been on the sidewalks and in the face of what to many has been a faceless problem. AGRM-member facilities have a reputation for being havens of hope for all who enter. Mission-AGRM exists to proclaim the passion of Jesus toward the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted; and to accelerate quality and effectiveness in member missions.With an eye on the future, AGRM also recognizes the contagious fervor in younger followers of Jesus. They come from dissimilar backgrounds but collectively feel a renewed spiritually mandate for social responsibility regarding “the least of these,” as described in Matthew 25. AGRM believes that their perspectives are valid, and that their energy, wedded with the wisdom of those more experienced, could start a revolution of compassion that would fully awaken the church to action in this critical area of personal conviction.

Merced County Rescue Mission - Haven Of Hope (for Women)
Merced, CA - 95348
(209) 722-3821

For nearly a century, one group has been tracking with the tragic conditions of the desperate and disenfranchised in North America. The Association of Gospel Rescue Missions (AGRM) has been on the sidewalks and in the face of what to many has been a faceless problem. AGRM-member facilities have a reputation for being havens of hope for all who enter. Mission-AGRM exists to proclaim the passion of Jesus toward the hungry, homeless, abused, and addicted; and to accelerate quality and effectiveness in member missions.With an eye on the future, AGRM also recognizes the contagious fervor in younger followers of Jesus. They come from dissimilar backgrounds but collectively feel a renewed spiritually mandate for social responsibility regarding “the least of these,” as described in Matthew 25. AGRM believes that their perspectives are valid, and that their energy, wedded with the wisdom of those more experienced, could start a revolution of compassion that would fully awaken the church to action in this critical area of personal conviction.

Modesto Gospel Mission - New Life Program
Modesto, CA - 95353
(209) 529-8259

The New Life Program exists to encourage men and women as they prepare for their return to societal living through Physical, Spiritual, Emotional, Social, Educational, Vocational, Employment, and Financial programs designed to help them break the cycle of homelessness and despair.

Ventura County Rescue Mission - Residential Program
Oxnard, CA - 93030
8054871234300

Mission-With the support of our community, we offer:Refuge – Food, shelter, and clothing for those in need.Recovery – Biblically based programs to minister to the whole person; body, mind, and spirit.Restoration – Equipping people to lead productive and independent lives.

Central Coast Rescue Mission - Sober Living Program (for Men)
Santa Maria, CA - 93456
(805) 614-0220

Mission-The Central Coast Rescue Mission offers a wide range of life changing treatment programs that address the whole person - body, mind, and spirit. We offer services free of charge to the poor and needy in our community

Redwood Gospel Mission - Men's Rescue Mission (for Men)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95401
(707) 542-4817

The Rescue Mission (Men’s Shelter) –provides the basics of food, clothing, shelter, showers and shaves to homeless men.

Redwood Gospel Mission - Manna Home (for Women)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95403
(707) 576-1471

Manna Home is a 10-15 month residential recovery program where women encounter a healing environment filled with grace and truth as they work at developing recovery and life skills.

Redwood Gospel Mission - The Rose Women's Shelter (for Women)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95401
(707) 573-0490

The Rose (Women & Children’s Shelter) — basics like food, clothing, shelter, and personal hygiene are provided in a home-like setting for women and their children

Gospel Center Rescue Mission - New Hope Family Center (for Women & Children)
Stockton, CA - 95203
(209) 466-2138

The New Hope Family Shelter is a six-month transitional program housed in a modern facility. The program is for homeless women with or without children.The goal is to move women and their families to a place of stability.

San Diego Rescue Mission - Women And Children's Center (for Women & Children)
San Diego, CA - 92138
(619) 619-1845

While our focus is on serving the comprehensive needs of an individual, the fact remains that there are some situations where the homeless – specifically women and their children – first need to find a safe place to spend the night.

Orange County Rescue Mission - House Of Hope (for Women & Children)
Tustin, CA - 92782
(714) 247-4300

Our Mission is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the Least, the Last, and the Lost of our Community through the provision of assistance in the areas of guidance, counseling, education, job training, shelter, food, clothing, health care and independent living communities.

Orange County Rescue Mission - Hope Family Housing
Tustin, CA - 92782
(714) 247-4300

Our Mission is to minister the love of Jesus Christ to the Least, the Last, and the Lost of our Community through the provision of assistance in the areas of guidance, counseling, education, job training, shelter, food, clothing, health care and independent living communities.

San Bernadino County Rescue Mission - Recovery And Discipleship (for Men)
Victorville, CA - 92395
(760) 955-5958
Visalia Rescue Mission - Shelter Of Hope (for Women & Children)
Visalia, CA - 93292
(559) 734-7921

The Visalia Rescue Mission is a Christian-based non-profit organization. We serve the local community by providing programs, shelters and meals to homeless men, women and children; we sleep on average 130 people each night and serve three meals a day; 365 days a year!

Fresno County Economic Opportunities Commission - Transitional Living Center (tlc) (for Ages 16 To 24)
Fresno, CA - 93721
(559) 268-1045

EOC's Transitional Living Center (TLC) offers homeless young adults and young parents up to 24-months of residential and supportive services that promote independent living. The primary focus is to ensure that these young adults successfully transition into independent community members.

Walden House - Adult Residential, Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 226-1775

Haight Ashbury Free Clinics – Walden House has provided outpatient programs for behavioral disorders since 1985. Using a comprehensive case management model, the program meets the varied needs of participants using low, moderate, and high threshold treatment tracks. Participants and their case managers work together to design an individualized treatment experience that is tailored to serve the participant’s own needs and goals.

Walden House - Adult Residential, Buena Vista West
San Francisco, CA - 94117
(415) 554-1450

Marking the one year anniversary of the merger of two of California’s most revered social service nonprofits, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics – Walden House has adopted a new moniker: HealthRIGHT 360. The new corporate brand reflects the organization’s combined strengths and resources while illustratively conveying the future vision of the organization.

Walden House - Treasure Island Supportive Services
San Francisco, CA - 94130
(415) 226-1775

HAFC-WH offers residential treatment and re-entry programming for adult female parolees at the Female Offender Treatment and Education Program on Treasure Island. The program provides a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in the addictive and criminal histories of female offenders. This specialized treatment approach works with each woman holistically to address her health, emotional, educational, vocational, family and legal concerns alongside her substance abuse, mental health and behavioral issues. Women who participate in FOTEP are able to reunite with their children, including in-program residency with some children, which creates valuable opportunities for parenting education, family activities and therapy, and healthy bonding and growth within families.

Walden House - Transitional Living, Hugo Street
San Francisco, CA - 94122
(415) 226-1775
Walden House - Transitional Living, 14th Street
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 226-1775
Walden House - Fotep, Treasure Island (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 226-1775

HAFC-WH offers residential treatment and re-entry programming for adult female parolees at the Female Offender Treatment and Education Program on Treasure Island. The program provides a gender-responsive and trauma-informed environment, using evidence-based and best practices that recognize and account for the role that trauma frequently plays in the addictive and criminal histories of female offenders. This specialized treatment approach works with each woman holistically to address her health, emotional, educational, vocational, family and legal concerns alongside her substance abuse, mental health and behavioral issues. Women who participate in FOTEP are able to reunite with their children, including in-program residency with some children, which creates valuable opportunities for parenting education, family activities and therapy, and healthy bonding and growth within families

Walden House - Fotep, El Monte (for Women & Children)
El Monte, CA - 91732
(415) 226-1775
Walden House - Adult Residential, Hill Street (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90015
(415) 226-1775
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
Cityteam Ministries Of San Francisco - Transitional Housing (for Men)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-8688

In San Francisco, Cityteam International is providing hot meals, safe shelter, showers, and clean clothing to this city's homeless population.

Cityteam Ministries Of Oakland - Men's Emergency And Transitional Shelter (for Men)
Oakland, CA - 94607
(510) 452-3758

In Oakland, Cityteam International is carrying on the work that the Oakland Peniel Mission began in 1897, providing hot meals, safe shelter, showers, and clean clothing to this city's homeless population. CityTeam International in Oakland also has a wonderful, caring medical staff that provides medical attention for those in need. A recovery program is in place for men that are on a road of destruction from drugs and alcohol. Our community outreach comes alongside low income families in Oakland struggling to make ends meet. Our Learning Center is bridging the gap in education, equipping those we serve to succeed in life.

Mount St. Joseph - St. Elizabeth - Epiphany House (for Women & Children)
San Francisco, CA - 94118
(415) 567-8370

Epiphany Center serves the most vulnerable children and families in San Francisco with holistic care. Our clients have a history of substance abuse, homelessness, mental illness, chaotic parenting, and severe physical and mental trauma. Our program strives to improve the parent-child relationship, reduce parental stress, and improve developmental outcomes for children so that they become healthy, productive individuals who make positive contributions to their communities

Building Opportunities For Self - Sufficiency - Rosa Parks House
Oakland, CA - 94612
(510) 663-7313

Rosa Parks serves single homeless adults with multiple disabilities.

Interfaith Community Services - Transitional Housing Apartments & Merle's Place (for Veterans)
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 489-6380

Interfaith provides transitional housing for 32 families in two-bedroom, two bath apartments. Each family works closely with our staff Client Advocates to gain life skills training, vocational assistance, and counseling, as needed, to identify and overcome barriers that have kept them from being self-sufficienct.

Interfaith Community Services - Family Housing
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 520-8309

Family Housing:Interfaith provides transitional housing for 32 families in two-bedroom, two bath apartments. Each family works closely with our staff Client Advocates to gain life skills training, vocational assistance, and counseling, as needed, to identify and overcome barriers that have kept them from being self-sufficienct.

The Agape House (for Women & Children)
Fontana, CA - 92335
(909) 574-5679
Family Emergency Shelter Coalition (fesco) - Banyan House
Hayward, CA - 94541
(510) 581-3223

At Banyan House, we have private rooms with baths for eight families, with communal dining, living room, and outdoor space.  FESCO provides meals and on-site case management and mental health counseling.  Families enrolled in this program are reviewed every 30 days and may stay here for 5 months. Extensions are given on a case by case basis with a maximum stay of 10 months.

Shepherd's Gate - Long-term Structured Program/livermore (for Women & Children)
Livermore, CA - 94551
(925) 443-4283

The Livermore Campus, with its two Residence Halls and five two-bedroom cottages, can care for up to 70 women and children at a time. Shepherd’s Gate’s Corporate Office is located on this campus

The Los Angeles House Of Ruth (for Women & Children)
Los Angeles, CA - 90033
(323) 266-4139
Los Angeles Mission - Urban Training Institute
Los Angeles, CA - 90013
213629122738

“Promoting a Passion for Life- Long Learning”.Rehabilitation is a healing process and it must involve every aspect of a person. The Los Angeles Mission’s Urban Training Institute is designated to facilitate holistic restoration of men and women whose lives have been devastated by the disintegrative aspects of homelessmess and/ or substance abuse. It serves the total person: spirit, soul and body and addressess all issues from a relational rehabilitation approach

Los Angeles Mission - Anne Douglas Center (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90013
(213) 629-1227

Anne Douglas Center For Women:The Los Angeles Mission’s Women’s outreach was named the Anne Douglas Center for Women in recognition of Mrs. Kirk Douglas’ long-standing compassionate generosity to the homeless. "If I had but one wish, I think becoming a recognized patron of homeless men and women would be it. I hope together we will be able to alleviate their plight entirely."-Anne Douglas,December 20, 1990

The Mary Lind Foundation - Pat's Place
Los Angeles, CA - 90006
(213) 480-8669
The Midnight Mission - Family Housing Program
Los Angeles, CA - 90014
(213) 624-9258

The Midnight Mission's Family Housing Program goes beyond emergency care by providing long-term solutions highlighting structure, accountability and opportunity. We remove the obstacles to self-sufficiency while our participant families learn basic living skills in a comprehensive and demanding 9 - 12 month program.

New Image Emergency Shelter - Project Stepping Stone
Long Beach, CA - 90802
(562) 983-7289

Today, more than 20 years later, it operates sixteen (16) programs, provides numerous supportive services and has over 240 employees. However, more than 81% of these funds are restricted, or program specific, only.

People Assisting The Homeless Path - Rhonda Fleming Family Center
Los Angeles, CA - 90004
(323) 644-2216

The Rhonda Fleming Family Center is a center of compassion for families that is generously sponsored by PATH’s own board member and actress/philanthropist Rhonda Fleming Carlson. Located in the PATH Regional Homeless Center in central LA, the center provides single mothers with children with up to six months of housing in a clean and private room. Families gain access to life-skills training, case management, employment training, healthcare and supportive services. The program also has tutoring and recreational activities for children and is furnished with a lounge, kitchen, dining room, tutoring center and an enclosed outdoor playground.

People Assisting The Homeless Path - Pathways Women (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90004
(323) 644-2216

Located at the RHC, the PATHWays Women program offers 21 beds of transitional housing and access to the variety of supportive services available in the PATHMall. The program provides a unique support system that is catered towards the specific needs of homeless women. Female participants partake in special workshops that deal with topics such as self-esteem, anger management, and personal finances. The program even offers a small library and meditation room. Women are able to stay up to 6 month as they reach the help they need to establish a stable and independent life.

People Assisting The Homeless Path - Pathways Men (for Men)
Los Angeles, CA - 90004
(323) 644-2216

The PATHWays Men program in the RHC provides a total of 39 transitional housing beds and support for homeless men. Participants of the program attend personal finance workshops, and are able to receive help from all of the different service providers located in the PATHMall, including healthcare, substance abuse counseling, and a job center. Each client has his own roomette with a clean bed and space for personal belongings, and is able to stay for up to 6 months as he rebuilds his life.

People Assisting The Homeless Path - Path Westside Center
Los Angeles, CA - 90064
(310) 996-0034

The PATH West Los Angeles houses two main programs:PATHWays Transitional Housing:his program offers 32 beds of transitional housing for homeless men, women and families in West Los Angeles. Residents can stay for up to 90 days and receive case management, life skills workshops and housing placement assistance. PATHFinders Job Center:PATHFinders Job Center offers a full-service career assistance program with many benefits. Through the program, individuals receive career counseling, job preparation skills and access to employment resources. It’s more than just an employment center - It's a place where clients find support and guidance from a team of professionals who are dedicated to wellness, recovery and self sufficiency.

Sunshine Mission (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90007
(213) 747-7419
Tranquility House (for Women)
Merced, CA - 95340
(209) 722-6461
Andre House Of Oakland (for Men)
Oakland, CA - 94608
(510) 420-0794

Approximately 1 in 5 Phoenix residents live below the poverty line (City-Data.com, 2009). This population includes individuals of diverse ages and backgrounds. At André House the majority of our clientele are single, homeless adults. In Maricopa County, 4251 people live in Permanent Supported Housing, 7555 live in shelters, and 2587 are “unsheltered,” (living on the street) (Department of Economic Security, 2010)

People From Bondage Ministry
Oceanside, CA - 92054
(760) 966-0057

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Union Station Foundation Usf - Euclid Villa
Pasadena, CA - 91104
(626) 240-4550

Euclid Villa provides 14 apartments with supportive services for families transporting out of homelessness. Families pay 30% of their income for rent, while gaining the skills, stability and confidence they need to secure permanent housing.

People Assisting The Homeless Path - Pathcares (for The Disabled)
Los Angeles, CA - 90004
(323) 644-2200

The PATHCares program offers support to men with HIV/AIDS and those with other special health needs. The program has 18 private rooms and connects clients with all of the services available in the PATHMall enabling them to achieve greater health and self-sufficiency

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

Interfaith Shelter Network - El Nido (for Women & Children)
San Diego, CA - 92105
(619) 563-9878

El Nido ("the nest" in Spanish) is our transitional living program for homeless victims of domestic violence and their families. Located in central San Diego, in a confidential site for safety reasons, the project offers stability in housing while allowing the residents to offer emotional support to each other and less isolation during this stressful time in their lives. It also is respectful of residents' autonomy and provides as close to a real-life scenario as possible. 

San Diego Youth & Community Services Sdycs - Angel Home
San Diego, CA - 92110
(619) 221-8600

San Diego Youth Services (SDYS) is a nationally recognized, comprehensive non-profit organization that has helped stabilize the lives of more than a half million young people and their families since 1970. Every day we work to fight the tragedies of homeless youth and youth in crisis. We administer our programs from fifteen locations throughout San Diego County

San Diego Youth & Community Services Sdycs - Take Wing (for Young Adults 16 To 24)
San Diego, CA - 92110
619221861028

Take Wing Transitional Living Program (TLP) is an apartment complex located in the Sports Arena/Point Loma area of San Diego that offers transitional housing for homeless youth, including parenting youth, throughout the County for up to 18 cumulative months. The program provides 33 semi-furnished 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Program goals and objectives focus on each youth's transition to self-sufficiency and successful investment in a sense of community.

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Joan Kroc Center
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 233-8500

The Joan Kroc Center (JKC) was built in 1983 at a cost of 11 million dollars. It is an 110,510 square foot 3 story mission style building with an interior courtyard and underground secured parking. The JKC hosts interim and transitional housing for up to 70 families and transitional housing for 65 single women. Residents who are working to reunify with their children may also access the Reunification Room. JKC amenities include a kitchen and dining room (which doubles as a basketball court or large event space, as needed), on-site laundry facilities, TV lounges, quiet/study room, indoor and outdoor play areas, a multi-media teen space, meeting rooms, staff offices and addiction treatment group meeting rooms.

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Bishop Maher Center (for Men)
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 687-1074

16th & Market Workforce Affordable Housing is a 136-unit modern housing community composed of one-, two- and three-bedroom units. Units feature granite countertops, central heating and air and balconies. Two laundry rooms, children's play areas, an exercise room, a bike storage room and a computer lab are also available for tenant use. An outdoor, second-story community area includes a play area, barbeque grills and comfortable seating. Underground secured parking and two elevators are also available.

Martha's Village & Kitchen - Dan Dunlap Center
Indio, CA - 92201
(760) 347-4741

Mission-Serve our neighbors by responding to their needs with food, clothing, shelter and an opportunity to become self-sufficient by affirming their dignity with love, compassion and respect.

Father Joe's Villages - National Aids Foundation/josue Homes (hiv/aids)
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 446-2100

Josue Homes is San Diego County’s first and largest non-hospice care provider for people with HIV/AIDS. Since 1988, Josue Homes has been among the vanguard of service providers for San Diegans who are homeless and HIV-positive. A division of Father Joe’s Villages, Josue Homes provides housing for those with HIV or AIDS who are seeking help getting back on their feet.

Father Joe's Villages - A Children's Village
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 446-2100
St. Anthony Foundation - Marian Residence (for Women)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 241-2600

The Dining Room has served poor and homeless Tenderloin residents since 1950; through six decades of growing demand we have never turned a Dining Room guest away for lack of food. More than one-third of our guests rely on these meals as their only source of food each day; many must decide between paying their rent and purchasing medicine before budgeting for food.

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.

The Midnight Mission - Educational Training Program
Los Angeles, CA - 90014
213624925812

The faces of the people who come through our doors today are younger than in the past. The average age of a participant today is 34 years old. According to a 2004 assessment test given to our program participants, 48% fall into the category of needing an adult basic skills program which means that they tested below an 8th grade level, 31% are in need of the high school diploma program, and 21% tested at a college level and are ready for the Consumer Economics and Life Skills training.

Salvation Army Hospitality House (for Women & Children)
San Jose, CA - 95112
(408) 282-1175
Harbor Interfaith - Accelerated Learning & Living Program (all)
San Pedro, CA - 90731
(310) 831-0603

The Accelerated Learning and Living (A.L.L.) transitional housing and job development program offers 12 to 18-months of affordable, independent living.The 24-unit, three story, apartment complex, includes 21 one-bedroom units and 3 two bedroom units. Additional amenities include: indoor courtyard, private parking, and a laundry room on each of the three floors.

House Of Hope - Sober Living (for Women)
San Pedro, CA - 90733
(877) 403-8016

Sober Living-Women will find strength, structure, and the joy of recovery at the House of Hope Sober Living Program. A team of certified professionals, trained in chemical dependency, will help guide women to recovery with reinforcement and support activities.

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

The Ark Of Refuge - Ark House
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-6130

The mission of the Ark of Refuge is to challenge and overcome the individual and institutional barriers which discourage or prevent underserved populations from accessing vital services. This agency is dedicated to creating culturally sensitive programs which address holistically the complex life circumstances of persons in need of basic health, educational, and psychosocial services.

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.

Catholic Charities Of The Diocese Of Santa Rosa - Parinatal Home (for Single Mothers)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95402
(707) 528-8712

In Napa, our focus is on young, expectant mothers or vulnerable mothers with small children, and disabled adults, all at high risk of homelessness

Pajaro Valley Shelter Services - Transitional Housing (for Women & Children)
Watsonville, CA - 95076
(831) 728-5649
Yolo Wayfarer Center - Transitional Housing (for Singles)
Woodland, CA - 95776
(530) 662-2699

YWC has continued to provide and develop programs that meet the emergency housing and food needs of individuals and families while providing unconditional mercy to all who appeal; providing opportunities for the homeless to identify issues leading to their homelessness; and working to empower men, women and families to make the necessary lifestyle changes that enable them to exchange homelessness for a healthy and productive life

Yolo Wayfarer Center - Transitional Housing (family Program)
Woodland, CA - 95776
(530) 406-0844

The Family Transitional Housing Program has provided the security of shelter and support services to more than 1,500 children and their parents since being established in 1989.

Maryhurst - Rosehaven (for Girls Ages 13 To 19)
Louisville, CA - 40223
(502) 245-1576

Rosehaven is a community based treatment setting that provides an array of treatment services for adolescent girls ages 13 to 19. The program has a capacity for up to 11 girls at a time and is supervised by a master's level clinician

Covenant House California Of Hollywood - Rights Of Passage
Hollywood, CA - 90027
(323) 461-3131

In our transitional living program, a youth takes the initial steps in living independently. To qualify for the program, a youth must be in school or working full-time. If working, they are required to put a portion of their wages into savings. In addition, the transitional living program offers classes for basic life skills such as cooking, banking, money management, health issues and communication. Our Los Angeles campus has 24 beds for this program and the Bay Area has twelve.

Covenant House California Of Hollywood - Supportive Apartment Program
Hollywood, CA - 90027
(323) 461-3131

evel 3: Supportive Apartments Program (moving toward independent living) :Covenant House California has five off-site apartments that house ten youth who are in the final steps of living independently. The youth pay a portion of the rent and bills while still having the �safety net� of CHC. If needed, they are given guidance and support from our staff.

Covenant House California Of Oakland - Rights Of Passage
Oakland, CA - 94612
(510) 379-1010

In our transitional living program, a youth takes the initial steps in living independently. To qualify for the program, a youth must be in school or working full-time. If working, they are required to put a portion of their wages into savings. In addition, the transitional living program offers classes for basic life skills such as cooking, banking, money management, health issues and communication. Our Los Angeles campus has 24 beds for this program and the Bay Area has twelve.

Covenant House California Of Oakland - Rights Of Passage (for Youth)
Oakland, CA - 94612
(510) 379-1010

In our transitional living program, a youth takes the initial steps in living independently. To qualify for the program, a youth must be in school or working full-time. If working, they are required to put a portion of their wages into savings. In addition, the transitional living program offers classes for basic life skills such as cooking, banking, money management, health issues and communication. Our Los Angeles campus has 24 beds for this program and the Bay Area has twelve.

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.

Ywca Of San Diego - Passages (for Women)
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 239-0355

Passages is a three-phase, 24 month program for homeless women. With a strong emphasis on counseling and career development, the program is designed to provide single homeless women with the tools necessary to obtain employment and stable housing.

Mercy House - Assisi House
Santa Ana, CA - 92702
(909) 460-6768

Mercy House is a non profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1988 by Father Jerome T. Karcher. Mercy House has developed a Continuum of Care to provide homeless prevention, emergency services, transitional housing and permanent housing with supportive services to homeless men, women and children living in Orange County and the City of Ontario.

Mercy House - Joseph House (for Men)
Santa Ana, CA - 92702
(714) 836-7871

Mercy House is a non profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1988 by Father Jerome T. Karcher. Mercy House has developed a Continuum of Care to provide homeless prevention, emergency services, transitional housing and permanent housing with supportive services to homeless men, women and children living in Orange County and the City of Ontario.

Mercy House - Regina House (for Women & Children)
Santa Ana, CA - 92702
(714) 836-7871
Mercy House - Emmanuel House (for Adults With Hiv/aids)
Santa Ana, CA - 92702
714836718811
1736 Family Crisis Center - Battered Women And Their Children (for Women & Children)
Los Angeles, CA - 90018
(323) 737-3900

The main goal of the program is to help women and children overcome the personal traumas related to domestic violence.  We strive to help them set up safe new lives with the skills they need for long-term success. The first step to reaching these goals is to create a comprehensive plan.  We make note of their strengths, areas that need attention, and their long-term dreams, with concrete steps that will help them achieve their goals.

Community Action Partnership Of Sonoma County - Giffen House (for Women & Children)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95401
(707) 544-6911

Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County has been partnering with low income families and individuals to help them achieve economic and social stability; to build community, and to advocate for social and economic justice since 1967 and has a rich history and strong allies here in Sonoma County.

Alton Catholic Children's Home (for Ages 12 To 21)
Alton, CA - 62002
(618) 465-3594

MISSION The mission of the Catholic Children's Home is to aid, protect and care for the needs, education and welfare of dependent, neglected, abused or otherwise hurting children and families without regard to poverty, riches, race, religion or national origin.

The Volunteers Of America Bay Area - Elise Dunn Center (for Men)
Oakland, CA - 94601
(510) 261-1855

From our beginnings more than a century ago, we have believed that a home is far more than shelter―we believe in the power of housing as the foundation for life.  We guide individuals and families by providing not only safe, affordable housing, but also the vital support services they need to thrive. Wherever there are people who need homes, Volunteers of America will be there, extending a smile and a helping hand. 

Volunteers Of America Bay Area - West House (for Men)
Oakland, CA - 94612
(510) 419-0360

From our beginnings more than a century ago, we have believed that a home is far more than shelter―we believe in the power of housing as the foundation for life.  We guide individuals and families by providing not only safe, affordable housing, but also the vital support services they need to thrive. Wherever there are people who need homes, Volunteers of America will be there, extending a smile and a helping hand. 

Volunteers Of America Greater Los Angeles - Jay Clayton Center (substance Abuse)
Hollywood, CA - 90010
(213) 389-1500
Volunteers Of America Greater Los Angeles - Veterans Transitional Housing (for Veterans)
Los Angeles, CA - 90014
(213) 435-4800

VOALA TRANSITION HOUSE Our 20,000 sq. ft., 150 bed service center provides residential and non-residential programs to serve as many as 4,000 people annually.  Services include emergency and transitional shelter, jobs, corrections and addiction programs geared specifically towards veterans.  Meetings are held 3x daily on weekdays and 2x on weekends for AA, NA, CA, HIV Awareness, and other self–help groups.

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.

Volunteers Of America Of Southwest California - Carlton G. Luhman Center For Supportive Living
El Cajon, CA - 92020
(619) 447-2428

Center provides transitional shelter services and hotel vouchers for homeless individuals and families, as well as one-bedroom apartment living with coordinated services for disabled seniors who were previously homeless. Another component of the center offers housing and supportive care for higher-functioning adult males with mental disabilities.

Volunteers Of America Of Southwest California - Hawley Center For Supportive Living
El Cajon, CA - 92021
(619) 561-9808

Center provides therapeutic treatment to residents with a chronic mental illness and a co-occurring disorder linked to substance abuse.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - San Diego Stabilization Center (for Men)
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 234-6218

Provides quality care and supportive services for adult males who are experiencing difficulties following transition from an incarcerated environment to civilian life. By participating in this program, residents are stabilized and work on issues affecting their parole status. The goal of the program is to equip clients with the personal skills and tools to become productive members of society. Program services include employment placement, educational assistance, anger management, family reunification, substance abuse counseling and community referrals.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Imperial Alcohol & Drug Services Center (drug/alcohol Abuse)
El Centro, CA - 92243
(760) 353-8482
Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Kelley Adolescent Treatment Center (for Ages 12 To 18)
El Centro, CA - 92243
(760) 370-0555
Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Los Amigos Center For Supportive Living (mental Disabilities)
Brawley, CA - 92227
(760) 344-4073
Larkin Street Youth Services - Avenues To Independence (ati) (for Ages 18 To 24)
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 673-0911

Turning eighteen does not make every young person magically ready to plunge into adulthood. Even a young adult who has had the benefit of a safe home and caring family needs additional guidance about forging a path to self-sufficiency. Imagine how much more support a kid who has had to just survive on the streets—must need.

Larkin Street Youth Services - Larkin Opportunities For Transition (loft - Licensed Group Home) (for Ages 15 To 18)
San Francisco, CA - 94109
(415) 673-0911

Not every homeless youth who comes to Larkin Street Youth Services has the option of going back home. If reuniting with family is possible for underage youth, Larkin Street works diligently to facilitate this. But when it’s not, kids up to 18 years of age or kids emancipating from the foster care system can make their home at Larkin Opportunities for Transition (The LOFT).

Davis Community Meals - Cold Weather Shelter & Transitional Housing
Davis, CA - 95616
(530) 753-9204
Buddy Eller Center
Ukiah, CA - 95482
(707) 462-6290
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.

U.s. Vets - Riverside (for Veterans)
Moreno Valley, CA - 92518
(951) 656-6891

The Rough Riders motorcycle club, members of the Patriot Guard, came to U.S.VETS-Riverside on May 12, 2012 and brought a friend…a very large roasted pig!! Approximately 30 members of the [...]

Homeward Bound - Voyager Carmel Center (for The Mentally Ill)
San Rafael, CA - 94901
(415) 459-5843
Mercy House - Guadalupe Residence
Santa Ana, CA - 92702
(714) 836-7188

Mercy House is a non profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1988 by Father Jerome T. Karcher. Mercy House has developed a Continuum of Care to provide homeless prevention, emergency services, transitional housing and permanent housing with supportive services to homeless men, women and children living in Orange County and the City of Ontario.

Dolores Street Community Services - Richard M. Cohen Residence (for People With Hiv/aids)
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 415-6209

The Richard M. Cohen Residence opened in 1995 as a residential care facility for homeless men and women living with disabling HIV or AIDS. The residence is named for Richard Cohen, a San Franciscan who died of AIDS in 1991 and whose estate provided a significant portion of the funds needed to renovate and open the residence

Bakersfield Rescue Mission - Lonnie Heath Center
Bakersfield,, CA - 93305
(661) 325-0863
Gospel Center Rescue Mission - Men's Emergency Lodge (for Men)
Stockton, CA - 95203
(209) 466-2138

The Emergency Lodge program provides homeless, single men with food, clothing and shelter during an incidence of homelessness. The client can access sources of spiritual inspiration, medical help, employment, addiction treatment and more during his stay.

Walden House - Coleridge
San Francisco, CA - 94110
(415) 554-1100

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Concard House
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 864-7833

Our mission at Conard House is to create and maintain the transformative resources that people who live with chronic mental illness—and frequently concurrent medical conditions—need to self-manage their lives effectively.

Tri-city Homeless Coalition - Project Independence (youth Ages 18 To 24 & Children)
Fremont, CA - 94538
5102267141201
Interfaith Community Services - Home Project
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 489-6380

Interfaith implements comprehensive programs to provide basic needs, social services, counseling, and economic development to empower the disadvantaged in our community.”

Interfaith Community Services - Harmony Place & Eagle's Point
Escondido, CA - 92025
(760) 489-6380

This program offers subsidized housing for homeless, mentally ill individuals.  Harmony is a seven-unit building consisting of one-bedroom/one bath apartments, whereas Eagle’s Point are one-bedroom/one-bath apartments that are in another neighborhood. Both offer reduced rental rates.  An onsite resident manager is there to help provide life skills instruction as well as organize community activities to connect residents to one another.

Downtown Women's Center - Permanent Supportive Housing (for Women)
Los Angeles, CA - 90013
(213) 680-0600

Since 1986, DWC’s Residence has provided a stable community environment with supportive services assisting formerly homeless women to live in safety and dignity. Having a permanent home — not living night-to-night, shelter-to-shelter — is a life-altering experience for residents.

Lamp Community - New Lease On Life
Os Angeles, CA - 90013
(213) 488-9559

We offer immediate housing linked to wraparound health and social services to homeless individuals living with severe mental illness. Most of the people we serve face additional challenges such as drug/alcohol addiction, physical disabilities, HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases, and a history of incarceration. The centerpiece of our work, supportive housing, is recognized as the best strategy for permanently ending homelessness among people with severe disabilities.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Alabama Court
Canoga Park, CA - 91303
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Casa Central
Los Angeles, CA - 90011
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Casa Figueroa
Los Angeles, CA - 90037
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Cecil Younger Gardens
Van Nuys, CA - 91405
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Cochran Villa
Los Angeles, CA - 90016
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Delano Court I & Ii
Van Nuys, CA - 91411
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Gentry Village North
North Hollywood, CA - 91605
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Gentry Village
North Hollywood, CA - 91605
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Harmony Gardens
North Hollywood, CA - 91601
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Harmony Place
North Hollywood, CA - 91601
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Hyde Park Apartments
Inglewood, CA - 90302
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Klump Sro Apartments
North Hollywood, CA - 91601
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Martin Luther King Village
Los Angeles, CA - 90037
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Offsay Steinhauser Village
Valley Glen, CA - 91401
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Strong Residence
Los Angeles, CA - 90057
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Vanowen Gardens
North Hollywood, CA - 91605
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

L.a. Family Housing Lafh - Vineland Place
Sun Valley, CA - 91352
(818) 982-4091

Our mission is to help families transition out of homelessness and poverty through a continuum of housing enriched with supportive services.

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.

Senior Community Center - Potiker Family Senior Residence (for Seniors 62+)
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 235-6572

The Transitional Housing Program connects homeless seniors with case managers who provide them with access to housing, meals and counseling. Clients work with their case manager to set up individualized case plans with mutually agreed upon goals toward achieving stable housing and successful independent living. For ten years, our “housing first” model has successfully helped more than 1,000 seniors in our community.  

Senior Community Center - City Heights Square (for Seniors 62+)
San Diego, CA - 92105
(877) 591-9737

The Transitional Housing Program connects homeless seniors with case managers who provide them with access to housing, meals and counseling. Clients work with their case manager to set up individualized case plans with mutually agreed upon goals toward achieving stable housing and successful independent living. For ten years, our “housing first” model has successfully helped more than 1,000 seniors in our community.  

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Village Place
San Diego, CA - 92101
(619) 233-8500

Village Place is a cozy community of 47 one- and 2 two-bedroom units on two floors. Each unit is furnished and opens to a shared court yard. There is a laundry room and community room available for all tenants. Tenants may participate in the Tenant Council, a Neighborhood Watch program and various community events.

St. Vincent De Paul Village - Villa Harvey Mandel
San Diego, CA - 92102
(619) 233-8500

Villa Harvey Mandel is a conveniently located nine-story high-rise that contains an elevator, 85 efficiency and 5 one-bedroom units. Each floor has a laundry room and each unit has granite kitchen countertops and central heat and air. Tenants benefit from on-site resident management and may participate in a community Tenant Council, a Neighborhood Watch program and various community events. Limited secured parking is also available.

St. Anthony Foundation - Madonna Residence (for Female Seniors 60+)
San Francisco, CA - 94102
(415) 592-2864

In the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi, The mission of St. Anthony Foundation is to feed, heal, shelter, clothe, lift the spirits of those in need, and create a society in which all persons flourish. We are committed to providing the poor of San Francisco with basic needs and services as a gateway to reclaiming their sense of dignity and to progressing towards stability. The mission of St. Anthony Foundation is guided by these values:

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.

The Ark Of Refuge - Walker House (hiv/aids)
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-6130

The mission of the Ark of Refuge is to challenge and overcome the individual and institutional barriers which discourage or prevent underserved populations from accessing vital services. This agency is dedicated to creating culturally sensitive programs which address holistically the complex life circumstances of persons in need of basic health, educational, and psychosocial services.

Catholic Charities - Treasure Island Supportive Housing
San Francisco, CA - 94107
(415) 743-0017

The Treasure Island Supportive Housing program promotes the self-sufficiency and independence of formerly homeless families. Clients are supported through an array of services that are designed to assist families with the challenges of accessing and retaining safe, secure and permanent housing and to achieve residential, economic and personal stability. Permanent, subsidized supportive housing is provided to formerly homeless and low-income families where the head of household may have one or more special needs which may include mental health challenges, disabling HIV/AIDS or history of substance abuse.

Catholic Charities - Rita Da Cascia
Suite 100, CA - 94105
(415) 202-0941

Rita da Cascia provides unique intensive, coordinated case management services to women and their children impacted by chronic illness and homelessness. Rita da Cascia families may have substance abuse problems, mental health conditions, financial needs and suffer from chronic illness. Additionally, Rita da Cascia operates the nine-unit Hazel Betsey program.

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.

Hamilton Family Center - Dudley Apartments
San Francisco, CA - 94103
(415) 861-8640

The Dudley Apartments is a 75-Unit Permanent Supportive Housing development where Hamilton Family Center offers intensive case management services for single adults, seniors, families, and children managing disabilities who have experienced homelessness. The Dudley Apartments is a prime example of how Hamilton Family Center uses the Housing First model to permanently house formerly homeless families and single adults while simultaneously offering supportive services, including eviction prevention, to break the cycle of homelessness.

Transition House - Permanent Affordable Housing
Santa Barbara, CA - 93101
(805) 966-9668

Permanent Affordable Housing – Transition House families with long range goals of achieving lasting economic self-sufficiency can apply for placement in one of 26 low-cost apartments owned by Transition House. Services including career monitoring, case management and educational enhancement continue to be provided. At the end of two years, the family reaches an income level that enables them to afford market-rate housing. Heads of the household become fully invested in jobs they care about. Savings accrue. The family becomes self-sufficient.

Mercy House - San Miguel Residence
Santa Ana, CA - 92702
(714) 836-7188
Upward Bound House - Senior Villa (for Seniors)
Santa Monica, CA - 90403
(310) 458-7779

Senior Villa provides affordable housing to approximately 90 elderly residents and a network of services to help the residents live independently, with dignity, for as long as possible.  Case management includes connections to transportation, food, medical care, and other assistance for the disabled and frail.

Community Action Partnership Of Sonoma County - Tamayo House (ranch House) (for Former Foster Youth)
Santa Rosa, CA - 95401
(707) 544-6911
Catholic Charities - The St. Anne Residence (for Ages 62 & Older)
Springfield, CA - 62702
8007455194327

The St. Anne Residence, located at the intersection of Ninth and Clay Streets in Beardstown, features 23 one-bedroom units, which are wheelchair accessible and complete with full kitchens. A community room provides an accessible place for socializing, activities and events. The facility offers elevator access and a central laundry room is available to all residents. An on-site resident caretaker oversees daily operations

Volunteers Of America Bay Area - Lord Tennyson Apartments
Hayward, CA - 94545
510473050022
Volunteers Of America Bay Area - East Cliff Village Apartments
Santa Cruz, CA - 95062
(510) 473-0500
Volunteers Of America Greater Los Angeles - North Hollywood Apartments
North Hollywood, CA - 91606
(818) 769-3617
Volunteers Of America Greater Los Angeles - Ballington Plaza
Los Angeles, CA - 90014
(213) 629-4449
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).

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Palomar Apartments
Chula Vista, CA - 91911
(619) 426-6303

A 168-unit residential apartment facility that provides affordable housing to low-income individuals and families.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Troy Center For Supportive Living (for The Disabled)
Spring Valley, CA - 91977
(619) 465-8792

Provides quality mental health treatment services and residential care for mentally disabled adults.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Imperial Manor Skilled Nursing Facility (mentally Disabled)
Imperial, CA - 92251
(760) 355-2858

Facility provides 24-hour skilled nursing care in a secure and protective setting for mentally disabled individuals under a conservatorship or durable power of attorney.

Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Los Amigos Center For Supportive Living (mental Disabilities)
Brawley, CA - 92227
(760) 344-4073
Volunteers Of America Southwest California - Cambridge Gardens Apartments (for Seniors Age 62+)
Riverside, CA - 92503
(951) 352-7701

An attractive 75-unit complex dedicated to providing low-income housing for seniors, ages 62 and older.

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