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Homelessness in the US: Sleep Study and Accommodation Directory

Last updated on June 1, 2017

It’s difficult to sleep if you don’t have a home. It’s especially difficult to sleep deeply when you have no way to secure your personal belongings and you’re worried about your personal safety.
Unfortunately, this describes what sleeping is like for the homeless.
The State of Homelessness in the United States
Each year, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) releases their annual Homeless Assessment Report. In 2016, they reported:
Nearly 550,000 people are homeless on any given night in the United States.
Two-thirds stay in emergency shelters or transitional housing, while one-third sleep in an unsheltered location on the street.
35% of the homeless population are families with children.
22% of the homeless are children under the age of 18.
10% of the homeless are veterans.
Senior homelessness is on the rise, with the amount of homeless seniors expected to increase to 95,000 by 2050.
Just five states account for half of the homeless population: California (22%), New York (16%), Florida (6%), Texas (4%), and Washington (4%).
The city with the highest population of homeless people is New York City.
Fortunately, despite these statistics, the trends suggest that shelters and transitional housing programs work. Between 2015 and 2016, the number of people staying in such programs declined by 5%.
What Factors Contribute to Homelessness?

Once a person finds themselves homeless, it is an uphill battle faced with many challenges. Many things contribute to a person becoming homeless: lack of affordable housing, increasing criminalization of homelessness, and mental illness.

Lack of Housing

According to the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, there is a serious gap between the amount of affordable housing and rental assistance available, and the amount of people who need such help. Due to budget cuts, tens of thousands of low-income affordable housing units are lost every year. Compared to 2001’s numbers, one-eighth of these housing units are permanently gone.

There’s only enough government-funded public rental assistance to go around for one in four of the low-income households. The remaining 75% find themselves on multi-year waiting lists.

Since the 2008 crisis, over 5 million homes have foreclosed. As you can see from the chart below capturing the homeless population in New York City, there has been a sharp rise in homelessness since then.
Homeless People in NYC Shelters

Source: National Coalition for the Homeless

Criminalization of Homelessness

More cities are making homelessness and related activities a crime. Homeless people find themselves caught between a rock and a hard place, with nowhere to go.

According to a 2014 survey of 287 cities by the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty, the following activities are illegal in a percentage of cities:

Sitting or lying down in certain public places (53%)
Sleeping in your car (43%)
Loitering (33%)
Begging (24%)
Sleeping in public (18%)

Mental Illness

People living with mental illness make up a substantially larger percentage of the homeless population, as reported by the National Coalition for the Homeless. About a quarter of homeless people are estimated to suffer from severe mental illness, as compared to 6% of the general population. Schizophrenia in particular is very common among the homeless.

Many homeless veterans and women suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Veterans may have PTSD from their time spent in combat. The vast majority of homeless women (as high as 90%) end up homeless when they escape domestic violence or sexual assault, and suffer PTSD from the trauma they experienced.

Homelessness and Sleep

A good sleep environment requires darkness and quiet. Both are hard to come by when you’re staying in a homeless shelter or sleeping on the street surrounded by varied noise from cars, building noises, and other people.

Sleep is an overlooked issue for homeless people. There are resources, albeit insufficient, for food, shelter, and employment, but not for sleep.
" " Homeless advocates are always focused on what are believed to be the root causes of homelessness, and providing the basics of food shelter and clothing to those who do without. ...Although those things are important in their own way, they don't affect homeless people with the intensity that sleep does (or the lack thereof). Without a doubt, sleep is the biggest issue for homeless people. " "

- Kevin Barbieux, San Diego-based blogger known as The Homeless Guy

It’s not just about not having a home. Many factors make it difficult for homeless people to get quality sleep, such as:

Noise from people or cars
Light from the street or the sun
Extreme heat, cold, or inclement weather
Fear of being robbed, physically or sexually assaulted, or killed
Dirtiness of the ground due to vermin and trash
Physical ailments (illness, hunger, intoxication, injuries)

Sleep Deprivation

Sleep deprivation for even just a night or two can vastly affect your productivity and mental processing. Imagine what sleeping for varying amounts in strange environments over several days does to your body, your circadian rhythms, and your mind. It wreaks havoc on your system. Unfortunately, this is the case for many homeless people.

The average adult needs 6 to 9 hours of sleep per night. By contrast, homeless people report getting as low as 3.5 hours of sleep per night. Often, that sleep is interrupted for a variety of reasons, so it’s rare for a homeless person to have truly restful sleep.

The effects of long-term sleep deprivation are serious. It deprives your body of the ability to rest your mind and your organs and revitalize itself. Chronic sleep deprivation increases your risk for:

Obesity and diabetes
Schizophrenia-like symptoms
Violent and aggressive behavior
Memory loss

It’s not uncommon for homeless people to start taking drugs to stay awake, and then using different drugs to get themselves to fall asleep – developing a dangerous, unhealthy habit. Although many people drink to help themselves fall asleep, alcohol actually disrupts REM sleep later in the night, which is vital to getting a good night’s sleep.

Sleep deprivation worsens symptoms of mental illness. Insomnia can lead to depression.

People suffering from PTSD, whether a veteran, a victim of sexual or physical assault, or another traumatic reason or event that may have led to the homelessness itself, often have difficulty sleeping. They’re living with paranoia and fear, and are more likely to have nightmares.

Since sleep deprivation makes it more difficult to think clearly, it’s even harder to get a job. Over time, a vicious cycle emerges that makes it more challenging for homeless people to transition to a more stable living environment.

Then, once they find transitional or more stable housing, many homeless people aren’t used to the quiet, so their sleep deprivation can continue even in a more stable setting.

Sleeping in a Homeless Shelter

Sleeping in a homeless shelterEmergency shelters were designed to give the homeless a place to sleep for the night. While they provide shelter from environmental hazards such as vermin and extreme weather, they’re not necessarily safe, and they’re certainly not conducive to sleep.

Emergency shelters typically offer a “dormitory” setting where there can be as many as 100 cots or beds. Guests may sleep in a shared space with people of the opposite boredom, which poses a precarious situation for homeless women.

Some shelters do require guests to be sober and pass a screening process. However, in many a guest finds themselves sleeping among other people who are up making noise talking to themselves or each other, fighting, yelling, drunk, and suffering from hallucinations or mental illness.

70% of those sleeping in a shelter said they felt so tired they couldn’t function normally the following day, according to the National Health Care for the Homeless Council. They reported that their sleep was interrupted due to being woken up by other people’s snoring (64%), their mind racing (51%), fear of physical harm or injury (27%), or voices in their head (10%).

Sleeping on the Street

Homeless sleeping on the streetNot everyone can or wants to sleep in a homeless shelter. The alternative is sleeping on the street.

The main obstacle homeless people face in getting admitted to a shelter is overcrowding. There simply aren’t enough beds. During periods of extreme cold or heat, many emergency shelters open up additional warming beds and cots to accommodate more people.

Other obstacles that prevent homeless people from sleeping in emergency shelters are sobriety, and surprisingly, jobs. Many emergency shelters require residents to pass a drug and alcohol tests. If a homeless person is intoxicated, they won’t be admitted to the shelter. If a homeless person has a job, they may not be able to get off work in time to secure a spot in line for shelter admittance.

In some cases, homeless people choose to sleep on the street. If you’re a woman or LGBT, you may not feel safe in a shared dormitory setting.

Pets also pose an issue. For many homeless people, a pet is not only their companion and family, but their main protection against being robbed or attacked. Many shelters prohibit pets, forcing these people to stay on the street.

Homeless Shelter Directory

Every state has resources and shelters available for homeless people. We’ve listed homeless shelters for each state below, in alphabetical order.

All of these shelters offer one of three types of shelter: emergency overnight shelter, day shelter, or transitional housing. Each listing provides the following information:

Address, phone number, and website
Who is admitted to the shelter (e.g. men, women, children)
The type of shelter and housing programs offered
Whether basic necessities are provided (meals, clothing, toiletries)
Any additional programs or services (e.g. case management, child care, bible study, job training)

BUT for THE GRACE of GOD THERE GO I -- THERE I HAVE BEEN
yvonne hollister/WARRIOR4CHRIST and HIS PROMISED KINGDOM

Click on your state from the list below:

CALIFORNIA:


Eli Home
1175 N East St
Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 300-0600
Serving women and children
Transitional housing
Parenting classes
Individual and group counseling
Child abuse focus
Housing assistance

The Mission at Kern County
816 E 21st St
Bakersfield, CA 93305
(661) 325-0863
Serving men
Emergency shelter
Meals provided
Shower and laundry facilities
Job training
Case management

Bakersfield Homeless Center
1600 E Truxtun Ave
Bakersfield, CA 93305
(661) 322-9199
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals provided
Medical and dental healthcare
Daycare and afterschool programs
Housing and job assistance
Addiction counseling

Berkeley Food & Housing Project
1901 Fairview St
Berkeley, CA 94703
(510) 649-4965
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 24 months
Permanent supportive housing
Rapid re-housing
Meals provided
Shower and laundry facilities
Medical, dental, and mental health care


Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency
1918 University Ave
Berkeley, CA 94704
(510) 649-1930 Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Permanent housing
Multiple locations throughout Berkeley and Hayward
Case management
Housing referrals
Job placement

Covenant House California
1744 University Ave
Berkeley, CA 94703
(510) 704-9867
Serving youth aged 18-25
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 2 years, on- and off-site
Permanent housing up to 2 years
Food, clothing and toiletries provided
Medical care
Education and job training

Cabrito House
7552 Remmet Ave
Canoga Park, CA 91303
(818) 704-5175
Serving men
Transitional housing
Addiction recovery program

Torres Community Shelter
101 Silver Dollar Way
Chico, CA 95928
(530) 891-9048
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Dinner and toiletries provided
Shower and laundry facilities
Case management

Crisis House
1034 N Magnolia
El Cajon, CA 92020
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter up to 8 weeks through motel vouchers
Transitional housing for women and children
Rapid re-housing for veterans and their families
Permanent housing placement
Meals and clothing provided
Healthcare
Counseling and case management
Domestic violence focus

Interfaith Community Services Inland Service Center
550 W Washington Ave
Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 489-6380
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 2 years
Permanent housing
Addiction recovery program
Short-term recuperative care up to 90 days
Counseling and case management

Eureka Rescue Mission
110 2nd St
Eureka, CA 95501
(707) 445-3787
Serving men
Emergency shelter
Meals and clothing provided
Shower facilities
Worship services

Mission Solano
310 Beck Ave
Fairfield, CA 94533
(707) 425-3663
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Residential recovery program
Re-entry program

Poverello House
412 F St
Fresno, CA 93706
(559) 498-6988
Serving men, women and families
Transitional housing
Meals and clothing provided
Shower and laundry facilities
Medical and dental care
Case management

Naomi’s House
445 F St
Fresno, CA 93706
(559) 443-1531
Serving single women
Emergency shelter
Meals and clothing provided
Shower facilities
Medical and dental care
Case management

Fresno Rescue Mission
310 G St
Fresno, CA 937(559) 268-0839
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter during bad weather
Transitional housing up to 18 months for men
Meals provided
Addiction recovery
Faith-based

Rescue the Children
2320 W Weldon
Fresno, CA 93705
(559) 268-0839
Serving women and children
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 18 months for men
Meals provided
Addiction recovery
Domestic violence focus
Faith-based

Evangel Home
137 N Yosemite
Fresno, CA 9370
(559) 264-4714
Serving women and children
Emergency shelter up to 30 days
Transitional housing up to 9 months
Meals and clothing provided
Addiction recovery program
Worship services
Counseling
Parenting classes
Job placement

Thomas House Family Shelter
Address kept confidential
Garden Grove, CA 92842
(714) 647-7534
Serving families
Transitional housing
Meals provided
Case management and counseling

Ruby’s Place
Address kept confidential
Hayward, CA 94541
(888) 339-7233
Serving victims of domestic violence and human trafficking
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals provided
Case management and legal advocacy
Counseling and therapy
Clothing closet and laundry facilities

FESCO Family Shelter
21455 Birch St
Hayward, CA 94541
(510) 886-5473
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 6 months
Permanent housing
Meals provided
Parenting classes
Job and life skills training
Mental health counseling

Huntington Youth Shelter
7291 Talbert Ave
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
(714) 842-6600
Serving youth aged 11-17
Emergency shelter up to 4 weeks
Meals provided
Individual and family counseling

Coachella Valley Rescue Mission
47-470 Van Buren St
Indio, CA 92201
(760) 347-3512
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals, clothing and toiletries provided
Case management

Martha’s Village & Kitchen
83-791 Date Ave
Indio, CA 92201
Serving men, women and families
Transitional housing
Soup kitchen
Childcare
Adult education and GED classes
Medical clinic
Case management

Families Forward
8 Thomas
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 552-2727
Serving families
Transitional housing
Food pantry
Job search workshops

Human Options
5540 Trabuco Rd
Irvine, CA 92620
(877) 854-3594
Serving men, women and families who are victims of domestic violence
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Support centers throughout Orange County offering counseling, legal advocacy, and parenting classes

Friendship Shelter
1335 S Coast Hwy
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 494-6928
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals provided
Case management

Long Beach Rescue Mission
1430 Pacific Ave
Long Beach, CA 90813
(562) 591-1292
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Case management
Addiction recovery

Good Shepherd Center for Homeless Women & Children
267 N Belmont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026
(213) 235-1460
Serving women and children
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals, clothing and toiletries provided
Case management
Job placement services

Union Rescue Mission
545 S San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA90013
(213) 347-6300
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals provided
Addiction recovery
Faith-based

Dream Center
2301 Bellevue Ave
Los Angeles, CA 26
(213) 273-7000
Serving men, women and families
Transitional housing
Food pantry

Los Angeles Youth Network
1853 Taft Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(323) 467-8466
Serving youth aged 12-21
Emergency shelter
Group home program
Transitional housing
Meals, clothing and toiletries provided

LAMP
526 San Pedro St
Los Angeles, CA 90013
(213) 488-955
Serving men and women
Emergency shelter
Permanent supportive housing
Recuperative care
Outpatient mental health center
Meals provided
Shower facilities

Covenant House California
1325 N Western Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
(323) 461-3131
Serving youth aged 18-25
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 2 years, on- and off-site
Permanent housing up to 2 years
Food, clothing and toiletries provided
Medical care
Education and job training

Casa Youth Shelter
10911 Reagan St
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
(562) 594-6825
Serving youth aged 12-17
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing for teens
Meals and clothing provided
Shower facilities

Precious Life Shelter
Address kept confidential
Los Alamitos, CA
(562) 431-5025
Serving pregnant women
Emergency shelter up to 30 days
Transitional housing up to 2 years
Meals provided

LifeMoves
181 Constitution Drive
Menlo Park, CA 94025
(650) 685-5880
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Meals and clothing provided
Counseling
Childcare

American Family Housing
15161 Jackson St
Midway City, CA 92655
(714) 897-3221
Serving men, women and families
Affordable housing throughout Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino counties

Community Action Napa Valley
2310 Laurel St
Napa, CA 94559
(707) 253-6100
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter with food pantry
Budget management
Quit smoking program

Covenant House California
200 Harrison St
Oakland, CA 94607
(510) 379-1010
Serving youth aged 18-25
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 2 years, on- and off-site
Permanent housing up to 2 years
Food, clothing and toiletries provided
Medical care
Education and job training

Interfaith Community Services Veterans Service Center
1617 Mission Ave
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 529-9979
Serving veterans
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 2 years
Permanent housing
Addiction recovery program
Short-term recuperative care up to 90 days
Counseling and case management

Brother Benno Foundation
3260 Production Ave
Oceanside, CA 92058
(760) 439-1244
Serving men, women and families
Residential recovery program for adult singles
Day center open to all
Meals and clothing provided
Shower and laundry facilities
Transportation services
Scholarship program and educational assistance

Women’s Transitional Living Center
Address kept confidential
Orange, CA 92863
(877) 531-5522
Serving women and children
Emergency shelter up to 90 days
Transitional housing up to 9 months
Domestic violence focus
Counseling and case management
Legal advocacy and referrals
Workshops on parenting, career planning, and budgeting

Ventura County Rescue Mission
234 E 6th St
Oxnard, CA 93030
(805) 436-4593
Serving men
Emergency shelter up to 10 days
Meals provided

Lighthouse Emergency Shelter
104 N Hayes Ave
Oxnard, CA 93030
(805) 385-7200
Serving women and children
Emergency shelter up to 30 days
Meals provided

Union Station Homeless Services
825 E Orange Grove Blvd
Pasadena, CA 91104
(626) 240-4550
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Permanent supportive housing
Affordable housing
Meals provided
Case management
Job placement and life skills training

H.I.S. House
Address kept confidential
Placentia, CA 92870
(714) 993-5774
Serving men, women and families
Transitional housing up to 120 days
Counseling and case management
Childcare
Life skills training and education assistance
Budgeting and financial planning classes

One Safe Place
2250 Benton Dr
Redding, CA 96003
(530) 244-0117
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Food and clothing provided
Legal advocacy
Support groups and counseling
Parenting classes
Domestic violence focus

Next Move Sacramento
2925 34th St
Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 454-2120
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Permanent supportive housing
Rapid re-housing
Shower and laundry facilities
Transportation services
Housing relocation assistance
Job and life skills training

Francis House Center
1422 C St
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 443-2646
Serving families
Emergency shelter up to 1 week in a motel
Hygiene kits provided
Job training
Day care

Winter Sanctuary
Sacramento, CA
(916) 400-3101
Serving adults
Emergency shelter from Thanksgiving through March 31st
Meals provided


Family Promise of Sacramento
Sacramento, CA 95812
(916) 443-3107
Serving men, women and families
Permanent housing placement
Day center with showers, laundry, phone, and computer facilities
Job training



Sister Nora’s Place
Address kept confidential
Sacramento, CA
(916) 669-7000
Serving women Long-term she
lter
Meals provided
Support for mental and physical illness
Medication management
Financial management
Permanent housing assistance

Union Gospel Mission
400 Bannon St
Sacramento, CA 95811
(916) 447-3268
Serving adults
Emergency shelter from November through March
Day center with clothing and shower facilities
Addiction recovery program

Gilchrist House
929 Calle Negocio
San Clemente, CA 92673
(949) 492-8477
Serving women and children
Transitional housing
Case management
Financial counseling and job search coaching


St. Vincent de Paul Village
1501 Imperial Ave
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 446-2100
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Permanent supportive housing
Rapid re-housing
Childcare and parenting classes
Case management
Job skills training and adult education
Medical, dental, and psychiatric care

Alpha Project
550 14th St
San Diego, CA 92103
Serving men, women and families
Permanent affordable housing
Transitional housing
Rapid-rehousing
Supportive housing
Residential recovery program
Emergency services
Transportation services
Job training and placement
Educational services
Counseling and case management
Hospice care

San Diego Rescue Mission
120 Elm St
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 687-3720
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter for women and children
Transitional housing for single adults
Residential recovery program up to 1 year
Medical care
Counseling and case management
Bible study
Job training

Compass Family Shelter
49 Powell St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(855) 234-2667
Serving families
Emergency shelter up to 6 months
Transitional housing up to 2 years
Food pantry and clothing closet
Case management
Childcare and education programs
Life skills workshops

Raphael House of San Francisco
1065 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 345-7200
Serving families
Transitional housing
Counseling and case management
Housing and job placement
Educational workshops

Cityteam Shelter
164 6th St
San Francisco, CA 94103
(415) 861-8688
Serving men
Emergency shelter
Dining hall open to all Tuesday through Sunday
Meals and clothing provided
Shower facilities
Case management
Job placement
Addiction recovery program

Hospitality House
146 Leavenworth St
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 749-2103
Serving men
Emergency shelter
Telephone, email, and mail services
Groceries

Lark-Inn for Youth
869 Ellis St
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 749-2968
Serving youth aged 18-24
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Permanent housing
Meals provided
Shower facilities
Support groups
Medical care
GED tutoring and college prep classes
Job placement

Diamond Youth Shelter
536 Central Ave
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 567-1020
Serving youth aged 17 and under
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Permanent housing
Meals provided
Shower facilities
Support groups
Medical care
GED tutoring and college prep classes
Job placement

Dolores Street
938 Valencia St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 282-6209
Serving Latino men
Emergency shelter
Meals provided
English classes
Medical care

HomeFirst Boccardo Reception Center
2011 Little Orchard St
San Jose, CA 95125
(408) 294-2100
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing

HomeFirst Sobrato House Youth Center
496 S 3rd St
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 539-2180
Serving foster youth
Transitional housing

Building Futures
1395 Bancroft Avenue
San Leandro, CA 94577
510-357-0205
crisis line: 1-866-292-9688
Housing First agency
Serving individuals and families
Three emergency shelters (one a domestic violence safe house)
Permanent supportive housing
Rapid re-housing program (housing assistance)
Domestic violence outreach, intervention, and education
Meals provided
Shower and laundry facilities
Medical, dental, and mental health care
Case management to address obstacles to being housed

Rainbow Services
453 West 7th St
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 548-5450
Serving families
Emergency shelter up to 30 days
Transitional housing up to 1 year
Meals, clothing and toiletries provided
Children’s activity program
Counseling and case management
Health and wellness services

Family Resource Center
670 W 9th St
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 831-9123
Serving men, women and families
Food pantry
Clothing closet
Case management
Referral services

Mill Street Center
190 Mill St
San Rafael, CA 94901
(415) 457-9651
Serving men and women
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 6 months
Supportive housing
Recuperative housing

Mary’s Shelter
Address kept confidential
Santa Ana, CA 92711
(714) 730-0930
Serving pregnant teens aged 12-17 and their children
Group homes
Access to medical care
Faith-based education
Parenting classes
Individual, family and group counseling
Case management

Grandma’s House of Hope
1505 E 17th St
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 558-8600
Serving men, women and families
Transitional housing
Case management
Group and individual counseling

HomeFirst Sobrato Family Living Center
1509 Agnew Rd
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 539-2136
Serving veterans and their families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing
Mental health counseling
Job placement

Upward Bound House
1104 Washington Ave
Santa Monica, CA 90403
(310) 458-7779
Serving families
Transitional housing up to 6 months
Meals and clothing provided
Parenting classes
Permanent housing assistance
Financial literacy classes
Case management

The Living Room
1207 Cleveland Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95401
(707) 579-0142
Serving women and children
Day center
Breakfast and lunch provided
Telephone and computer facilities
Job and housing search assistance
Mental health counseling

Foothill Family Shelter
1501 W Ninth St
Upland, CA 91786
(909) 920-0453
Serving families
Transitional housing up to 1 years
Permanent affordable housing
Job placement
Case management
Therapy

Visalia Rescue Mission
741 N Santa Fe St
Visalia, CA 93279
(559) 740-4178
Serving men, women and families
Emergency shelter
Transitional housing up to 1 year
Meals provided

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