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Central Valley Low Income Housing Corp Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Housing
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
COVID-19 Response If you lost income because of the COVID-19 pandemic and are inable to pay rent or are homeless we may be able to provide support. Eligiable households must be able to show that thier loss of income , inablility to pay rent or homelessness is a direct result of the pandemic. Homelessness Prevention If you are at imminent risk of homelessness, we may be able to provide rent support to prevent you from becoming homeless. Eligible households must be residents of San Joaquin county make less than 30% of Area Median income and be able to document they are imminent risk of homelessness Rapid Re-Housing If you are a family with minor children living in a homeless shelter , in your car, or in another place not meant for human haitation we may be able to provide rent and deposit support to help you enter permanent housing . We also may be able to provide extremely short-term rent and deposit support if you are a householde without children. Eligible households must be residents of San Joaquin County and homeless to qualify as well as other program eligibility requirements.

  • Address: 2431 W March Ln Suite 350 • Stockton , CA 95207
  • Phone: (209) 472-7200
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 9AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: http://www.cvlihc.org/

Haven Peace Inc. Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
We are committed to providing our residents with tools that help each of them become self-sufficient. Our aim is to show the women and children of our shelter the forgiveness and love of Jesus Christ, which we believe fosters good decision-making and healthy living. A woman shelter. Resident Case Management Program

Resident Case Management Program is geared toward helping our residents become self-sufficient.

L. A. Education Center

Is our training center where our residents learn to use the computer, research, apply for jobs, write resumes, increase their typing skills, and much more.

Life Skills Program

Life Skills Program our residents are taught critical thinking, communication skills, self control and much more.

Parenting Classes

Parenting Classes residents are taught how to communicate with their children, set boundaries, how to discipline their children.

Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy residents learn how to manage their money, open a saving and checking account, how to balance their check etc.

Bible Study & Devotionals

Bible Study & Devotionals helps the residents with their spiritual growth. Mommy & Me Book Bag Program

Mommy & Me Book Bag Program emphasis the importance of reading.

Transitional & Supportive Housing

Residents are referred to the Transitional and Supportive Housing Programs.

RŽsumŽ Writing & Job Preparation

RŽsumŽ Writing & Job Preparation classes are provided to help resident with their resume, mock interview, filling out job application etc.

Drug & Alcohol Relapse Prevention

Drug & Alcohol Relapse Prevention residents are referred to the programs according to their need.

Individual & Group Counseling

According to the residents situation/ crisis they are referred to programs. agencies or institutions that will address and meet their needs.

Domestic & Sexual Abuse Support Referrals

Domestic & Sexual Abuse Support residents are referred to the different programs according to their need.

Healthy Eaters Learning Program (H.E.L.P.) Nutrition Classes

Healthy Eaters Learning Program (H.E.L.P.) Nutrition Classes teaches the residents the importance of eating health foods, how to prepare the meal, how to grow their own food.

  • Address: 7070 S Harlan Rd, • Frenchcamp , CA 95231
  • Phone: (209) 982-0396
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday Closed
  • Website: https://havenofpeaceinc.com/

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.

Mary Graham Children's Shelter Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
The Mary Graham ChildrenÕs Foundation is a private non-profit 501 (c)3 organization formed by local concerned individuals to give support to local foster youth, picking up where other systems of support leave off. Our foster youth start off their childhood with difficulties no child should have to face, and unfortunately, their transition into adulthood can be just as difficult. On their 18th birthday, our Foster Youth are processed out of the foster care system, and are largely on their own in the worldÉon their own with minimal financial support, no parents to fall back on, and with limited education and job skills. Your support of our Foundation makes a life-changing difference in these childrenÕs ability to successfully transition out of care and into life on their own. The FoundationÕs fundraising efforts are dedicated to supplementing County funds to increase the education and enrichment programs, equipment, and capital improvements that directly benefit the children at the ShelterÉand further, to provide trade school and college scholarship opportunities for these children and those who are placed in the foster care system and have sinceÓaged outÓÉ all innocent victims of abuse, neglect, and abandonment.

McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
Our mission is to empower families to self-sufficiency. We hope McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter is the last shelter of temporary housing program that the families we serve will need. We offer counseling, guidance, referrals of employment and housing.Since 1987, the McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter has responded to the needs of families in crisis from Tracy and regions surrounding the City. Over 6,439 children have passed through the doors of McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter. Currently we operate in Tracy, California and are able to provide housing and support for up to 7 families.

We provide a path to self-sufficiency through the teaching of basic life skills, counseling, support, direction, housing, medical care, treatment for addictions and employment guidance. Our services are provided regardless of race, age, creed, religion, national origin, disability or marital status. McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter is a 501(c)(3) corporation recognized by the Internal Revenue Service and qualified to grant receipts for tax-deductible donations. McHenry House is governed by a board of directors and is audited annually. Donations of clothing, shoes and small household items are accepted at the McHenry House office, located at 739 A Street, between 10am - 2pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Through our program, we offer a broad mix of activities, special events, resources and targeted services that are available days, evenings, weekends and holidays. These include food and clothing, referrals to medical and mental health, birthday, holidays and cultural celebrations. The children of McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter have experienced a multitude of traumas, including the absence of a parent and always the loss of a home. Our program is designed to keep the family together and to cope with the problems that affect them.

  • Address: 739 A st • Tracy , CA 95376
  • Phone: (209) 835-2328
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Thursday 8AM-5PM Friday 10AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://www.mchenryhousetracy.org/

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.

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.

Women's Center-Youth and Family Services Added on January 10, 2023


  • Category: Homeless Shelter
  • County: San Joaquin

Description:
WomenÕs Center-Youth & Family Services (WCYFS) is a safe haven and a place of healing for some of the most vulnerable populations in our community. Since 1976, WCYFS has been San Joaquin CountyÕs primary provider of free, confidential services and shelters specifically designed to meet the needs of homeless and runaway youth and victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking. Our mission is to build a stronger community by fostering the strengths in individuals and by acting as a catalyst to end violence and youth homelessness. Each year we serve more than 20,000 individuals through direct services and community outreach, including more than 700 women, children and youth who stay in our four shelters annually. Through our programs and services, we are saving lives, helping victims heal, restoring hope, strengthening families, and building a safer community.

  • Address: Main Office ; 620 N. San Joaquin street California Office; 729 • Stockton , CA 95202
  • Phone: Main Office; (209) 941-2611 California office; (209) 929-670
  • Days & Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30AM-5PM Saturday and Sunday closed
  • Website: https://www.womenscenteryfs.org/