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ATCAA Sonora Service Center Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing / Shelter
  • County: Tuoloumne

Description:
Housing

Safe and affordable housing is essential to building healthy families and communities. ATCAA's Housing Program plays a leading role in advocating for, developing, and managing affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families and individuals in our region.

ATCAA offers a variety of assistance and services to the community. Services include securing and stabilizing housing for homeless families and individuals as well as those at risk of becoming homeless. Programs, projects, and funding streams are in a constant state of change, so it is best to contact our department by phone, so that we may assess the individual situation and provide help based on need and circumstances. When funding is available,

we offer emergency:

Homeless Prevention Rental Assistance;

Homeless Rapid Re-Housing Assistance. We provide emergency shelter for individuals and families in Amador and Tuolumne counties. While at the shelter, wrap around services include help and access to job search and training, medical care, childcare and permanent housing. For Emergency Shelter call (209)694-8698

Community Housing-Shelter Services Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Community Housing and Shelter services is to transition families/individuals from temporary emergency shelter or motel voucher programs into permanent rental housing and assist those that are at risk-of becoming homeless. CHSS also serves as the lead agency providing rental and/or deposit assistance to low-income households seeking to obtain permanent, affordable housing as well as assisting those who are at-risk of becoming homeless.

Connections Emergency Shelters Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: Mariposa

Description:
A temporary Emergency shelter, a provider of connections to services targeting a specific need of a person in a housing crisis to help them obtain stable housing. (call for bed availability walk-ins arenÕt allowed at this time)

  • Address: 5069 Saint Andrews RD. • Mariposa , CA 95338
  • Phone: (209) 966-2550
  • Days & Hours: Open 24 Hours
  • Website: www.mariposaconnections.org

Family Promise of San Joaquin County Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
The Emergency Shelter Program offers children and parents experiencing homelessness a safe place to sleep and stay while they get back on their feet.Our Case Manager will assist in the creation of an individualized service plan to help families achieve their

financial, employment, childcare, and housing goals. Our guests can expect reliable transportation to and from our shelters to our Day Center, 7 days a week. Children can remain in their school of origin. Transportation will be coordinated with the local

school districts.

  • Address: 6148 Gettysburg Place • Stockton , CA 95207
  • Phone: (209) 323-4284
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://www.familypromisesjc.org/

Gospel Center Rescue Mission Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
How We Serve Our Community

Shelter

350 men, women and children sleep at our location every night, keeping them safe from extreme weather and other external threats.

Food

Capable of serving 32,000 meals every month are served to homeless men, women, and children from our community.

Education

Our educational curriculum enhances the lives of our students and offers several tools and skills to prepare them for re-entry to society.

Clothing

70,000+ pieces of clothing and household items are donated to the community each year through our Clothing Room. The Gospel Center Rescue Mission serves the homeless of San Joaquin County, California with eight distinct programs, helping over 1,000 men, women, and children each day at its Stockton based campus

  • Address: 445 S. San Joaquin ST. • Stockton , CA 95203
  • Phone: (209) 466-2138
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://gcrms.org/

Hope Family Shelter Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
H.O.P.E. Ministries is a non-profit, faith based organization dedicated to providing shelter and services to homeless and low-income families that cultivate self-respect, self-reliance, and spiritual direction in order to strengthen families, individuals, and the community. Raymus House

An emergency shelter that services women and children who have been displaced for up to 60-90 days. Women may bring their children, girl's ages 0-18 and boys 0-12. "Project Hope" is implemented upon admittance which utilizes case management, counseling and mental health referrals address all occupational and residential goals as well as provide clients with an effective targeted program that gives them hope for a stable and independent future HOPE Family Shelter

An emergency shelter that services families who have been displaced for up to 60-90 days. Married couples, or single parents, and their children may stay and receive services through ÒProject HopeÓ which offers case management, counseling and mental health referrals. ResidentÕs occupational and residential goals are assessed and met with an effective targeted program that gives them hope for a stable and independent future.

Lodi House Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
The mission of the Lodi House program is to provide compassionate support, counseling and shelter to homeless women and children to empower them to live courageous, healthy and independent lives. Our unique program assists single mothers with finding employment, developing a monthly budget and savings plan, and working towards finding affordable housing.

Lodi House offers a structured home environment that focuses on building healthy relationships, providing parenting tools, goal setting, accountability and connection to community resources. All guests of our program participate in chore assignments, case management, weekly house meetings, and community living.

FREE SERVICES

-Housing

-Living essentials (food, clothing, personal necessities)

-Professional counseling

-Connecting to community resources and employment partners

-Individualized goal setting

-Personal growth and mentorship with staff and volunteers

CLIENT EXPECTATIONS

-Remain free of drugs and alcohol

-Attend all required program activities including case management, house meetings, and workshops

-Complete case plan assignments

-Follow all house rules, curfews and daily chore commitments

-Develop a working budget

-Be employed and working a minimum of 32 hours a week (a job is not required when applying)

-Save 85% to 95% of income, and a minimum of $1000 during your stay

-Be able to live and interact peaceably with other guests and staff

HOW TO APPLY

Lodi House is not an emergency shelter. Applications for the program will be reviewed by the Program Director and an in-person interview is required. Applications may be picked up Monday-Friday from 9:00-12:00 or 1:00-4:00 at Lodi House, located at 801 S. Washington St. in Lodi. For more information please call (209) 334-6346.

Modesto Gospel Mission Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
WOMEN AND CHILDRENÕS SHELTER

The womenÕs overnight shelter program provides 75 beds for emergency shelter to women & children. Guests are provided with a safe place to sleep overnight as well as showers, meals, and chapel services during their stay, and case management services are provided to women who consistently come to the Mission for overnight shelter.

The overnight shelter program aims to be a stepping stone on the road towards permanent housing, and aims to provide hope for the future and provide practical resources for shelter guests as they look for jobs, stable housing, and attempt to transform their lives. The Mission provides a total of 225 beds for men, women, and children every night. MENÕS SHELTER PROGRAM

The menÕs overnight shelter program provides 100 beds for emergency shelter every night. Guests are provided with a safe place to sleep overnight as well as showers, meals, and chapel services during their stay, and case management services are provided to men who consistently come to the Mission for overnight shelter.

The overnight shelter program aims to be a stepping stone on the road towards permanent housing, and aims to provide hope for the future and provide practical resources for shelter guests as they look for jobs, stable housing, and attempt to transform their lives. The Mission provides a total of 225 beds for men, women, and children every night.

MEDICAL CLINIC

The Modesto Gospel Mission provides a free medical clinic for the uninsured another avenue of hope and healing for the poor and homeless of Stanislaus county. Our free medical clinic is open Tuesday and Thursday evenings and is staffed completely by volunteer medical professionals.

The clinic provides uninsured patients with non-threatening medical conditions access to basic medical care resources as well as additional referrals to other agencies. Programs & Activities

We provide recovery programs, recreational activities, and life-skill classes.

Community

Our Freedom Road Day Program provides a safe space for interaction to the community.

Case Management

We offer housing assistance, as well as help with obtaining legal identification.

Faith-Based Activities

As a Christian ministry, we offer Bible studies, chapel services, and more.

External Resources

We work with the community to bring in speakers and educators to improve lives.

Community Events

We hold many exciting events throughout the year for the homeless and the public.

Modesto Gospel Mission Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Support Services
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
The menÕs overnight shelter program provides 100 beds for emergency shelter every night. The womenÕs overnight shelter program provides 75 beds for emergency shelter to women & children. The Modesto Gospel Mission serves 450 meals a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. The Modesto Gospel Mission provides a free medical clinic for the uninsured another avenue of hope and healing for the poor and homeless of Stanislaus county.The New Beginnings Program provides a safe environment for men and women to eradicate dangerous substances from themselves by offering a 30-day retreat/refuge from outside influences.The New Life Program is designed to help individuals escape homelessness through practical spiritual, emotional, social, educational, vocational, and financial teaching and encouragement.Freedom Road is a structured day program that provides a safe and predictable environment where homeless men and women can find refuge from the streets of Modesto.Open to the public 5 days a week, our Children & Youth Center provides tutoring, art classes, reading assistance, and other recreational activities to the youth in Stanislaus county.

Operation Care Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: Amador

Description:
Emergency Shelter

Operation Care provides safe shelter for women and child survivors of intimate partner violence or sexual assault in our Safe House and provides emergency shelter to additional individuals in area hotels. Shelter Services consist of: Safe House: emergency safe shelter for battered women and their children.

Safe shelter for male victims of domestic violence.

A momÕs program designed to support mothers in addressing issues which arise with children from domestic violence households.

A childrenÕs program designed to give children support in addressing family issues.

Parenting classes

Self-esteem

Budgeting

Job preparation

Economic Empowerment program

Salvation Army Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Emergency Shelters

For families and individuals looking to escape extreme weather or just wanting a safe, quiet place to spend the night, emergency shelters provide a nutritious meal, a warm bed and a clean shower to those in need.

Group Homes and Transitional Living Centers

Along with meeting immediate physical needs such as food and shelter, these establishments provide educational, counseling and vocational services to help individuals develop vital life skills and independence for re-entry into society.

Family Service Programs

The Salvation Army assists families in need by providing food, housing and utility assistance. Best of all, these programs enable parents to stay with their children, even when placed in emergency shelters.

Stockton Shelter for the homeless Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
Stockton Shelter for the Homeless provides emergency shelter, food, clothing and related services to homeless families and individuals. When our rooms are full, we offer sleeping mats on the floor in our family shelter, single menÕs shelter and day shelter. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We never close, and we donÕt turn away anyone seeking emergency shelter.

  • Address: 411 South Harrison Street • Stockton , CA 95203
  • Phone: (209) 465-3612
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Sunday 24/7
  • Website: https://stocktonshelter.org/

We Care Program Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Emergency Shelter
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Emergency Shelter

The We Care Program (WCP) provides shelter services for 49 homeless men a night. These individuals fall at or below 80% of the area median income and are ineligible for assistance from any other social service agency. The We Care Shelter provides a warm, safe environment for individuals who would otherwise be sleeping on the street. Permanent Supportive Housing

This program is for individuals who are chronically homeless. We provide long-term affordable housing, case management, and support to our clients. Our objective is for participants to remain housed, improve health and lead a more stable life. Homeless Hygiene Center

Through our hygiene program, we provide individual adults and families experiencing homelessness in encampments or on the street, a place to do laundry and take a shower. The center is open Monday through Friday from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm. We operate on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Address: 221 S Broadway • Turlock , CA 95380
  • Phone: (209) 620-2414
  • Days & Hours: Monday -Friday 6:15-7PM
  • Website: https://wecareturlock.org/

YNC (Youth Navigation Center) Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: Stanislaus

Description:
Hutton House (Ages 13-17) A 24/7 temporary emergency shelter with overnight and drop-in services for youth who runaway and youth in crisis or experiencing homelessness. Low Barrier Shelter (Ages18-24) A 24-bed facility that provides emergency shelter for young adults who are experiencing or may experience homelessness. Young people can access shelter with minimal barriers. Partners, pets, and possessions are welcome. Pathways (Ages 18-24) Transitional housing program offers comprehensive support to young adults as they await permanent housing. Drop-in Services

(Ages 18-25)Telecare Drop In Center Facilitated groups, peer support groups, one on one emotional support, referrals to resources, computer access, board games, arts and crafts, table games, recreational activities, and field trips. The Youth Navigation Center (YNC) provides shelter, housing and comprehensive drop-in services to any youth or young adults in Stanislaus County between the ages of 13-24, experiencing crisis, housing instability and/or homelessness. We know that we canÕt end youth homelessness without housing options. Our Housing Services programs assist youth in obtaining and sustaining permanent housing.

  • Address: 2008 W Briggsmore Ave • Modesto , CA 95350
  • Phone: (209) 526-1441
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-8PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://www.yncstanislaus.org/