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Next Move Sacramento
2925 34th Street
Sacramento, CA 95817
95817
Moving homeless families and individuals to high levels of self-reliance.

Next Move has a variety of programs to help get families and individuals off the street and into a home of their own. Our programs include a temporary shelter with motel vouchers for families with children experiencing homelessness through our Francis House Center program.

* Emergency Family Shelter: An 85-bed Family Shelter Campus provides an emergency shelter stay with intensive supportive services to homeless families with dependent children, including single fathers and males over the age of 14. To see if you qualify, call (916) 455-2160.

* Permanent Supportive & Rapid Re-Housing Programs: For seniors and individuals living with disabilities.

. . . Casa de Esperanza: Serves disabled chronically homeless men and women.

. . . Home at Last: Serves chronically homeless seniors, with 22 units of permanent supportive housing serving homeless men and women.

. . . Omega Project: Permanent housing and continued supportive services to 15 singles and 22 families who have multiple and severe disabilities.

. . . Step Up Sacramento: Provide 122 units of permanent supportive housing to individuals and families including veterans, transitional age foster youth and seniors 55 and older.

. . . Stepping Stones: This new rapid re-housing program serves 14 homeless families to be re-housed and stabilized.

* Francis House Center: As of January 1, 2016, Francis House Center is a program of Next Move, delivering the same high-quality services at the same location (1422 C Street, Sacramento) as always. Visit francishousecenter.org, email info@francishousecenter.org or call 916-443-2646 for info.

http://www.nextmovesacramento.org/
(916) 454-2120
(916) 454-2102
River City Food Bank
2300 Edison Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95821
95821
River City Food Bank’s second food distribution site at Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church.

River City Food Bank’s second food distribution site at Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Arden Arcade brings healthy food and fresh produce to those living in the area. Additionally, with a large capacity refrigeration unit to be installed in the near future, River City Food Bank will act as a food hub to smaller food closets and pantries in the area. This two-pronged approach to feeding the hungry in Arden Arcade exponentially broadens the service area surrounding the Center and increases the numbers of individuals served.

Food Distribution Hours: Saturday 11a.m.–1p.m.

Additional amenities include:

On-site resource center
Raised community garden beds
On-site public tours and quarterly community dinners
Access to other wrap-around services on the campus
On-site clothes closet
Campus K–12 charter school
Campus daycare center

http://rivercityfoodbank.org
(916) 446-2627
River City Food Bank
1800 28th Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
95816
Services include Food Aid, Classes, CalFresh Outreach. Serves all of Sacramento County

As Sacramento’s oldest, continuously-serving food bank, our mission is to alleviate hunger in Sacramento County by providing healthy emergency food and other assistance, offering referrals and promoting self-sufficiency through a variety of programs. From seniors to children, from the homeless to the working poor, we assist all struggling individuals and families in Sacramento County.

Food Distribution Hours:
Monday–Friday: 11:30a.m.–3p.m.

http://rivercityfoodbank.org
(916) 446-2627
Sacramento Food Bank
1951 Bell Avenue
Sacramento, CA 95838
95838
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Food Bank Services campus

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services partners with over 220 local agencies to distribute food to individuals and families in under-served areas throughout Sacramento County. To find a food distribution near you, enter your zip code below and click on any blue dot for the Partner Agency’s location and hours of operation. Please read any notes for special instructions relevant to that distribution. Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services relies on Partner Agencies to update distribution and meal schedules. If possible, please call the Partner Agency before making plans to attend a distribution.

Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services also offers free, fresh fruits and vegetables through Produce for All distributions which occur in various locations throughout Sacramento County.

PLEASE NOTE: To find a distribution near you, go to the website and enter your zip code. 

(916) 925-3240
(916) 921-5486
Shores of Hope
110 6th St
West Sacramento, CA 95605
95605
Serves meals, has clothes closet, transitional family housing, and other programs.

We offer four agency programs, which include Transitional Housing, Outreach, Child Development, and Transportation. Within these programs we have subprograms, which help to provide a deeper focus in the areas that need it most. These include Slavic Women’s Health Outreach, Kids Club, Rapid Rehousing, Collaboration with Partner Agencies, and Assistance to Families in Motels. We also maintain a Food Closet and even a Pet Food Closet, as well as a Clothing and Furniture Closet. All of these help to strengthen each person’s life skills, and receive the care and nourishment they need during the time it takes for them to reestablish and implement a healthy, productive lifestyle.

Formerly the West Sac. (Broderick) Christian Center. For Yolo residents only.
M-Th, 8:30am-1:30 pm. Showers laundry 1-1:30.
Food Locker with referral from Welfare office 10-11 am.
Clothes Closet. Transitional family housing.

http://www.shoresofhope.org/
(916) 372-0200
Sierra-Arden United Church of Christ
890 Morse Ave
Sacramento, CA 95864
95864
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Distributes food.

Located at the Sierra-Arden United Church of Christ.

“We work with other churches to help our neighbors who need a little help in making ends meet. The Food Closet is open 10:45 to 11:45 Tuesdays to Friday. We give out enough food to last 3 days to families once a month in three zip codes. 95825, 95865

Pepper and Delores run this program. There are always opportunities for people to help with this mission here. On Mondays volunteers work to restock and get the pantry ready for distribution.

There is also a garden that raises fresh fruits and vegetables to suppliment the pantry. If you like to weed and garden we can always use help.”
Picture ID and proof of residency required for each recipient, including children.

(916) 483-1942
St. Vincent de Paul Sacramento Council
141 Riverside
Sacramento, CA
Hot meals served Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 12-1:30, and Sundays, 2:30-4pm.
Clothes vouchers T & Th only 10-3pm. Showers Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday 9-11am.

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a nonprofit organization that provides direct assistance to a community’s most vulnerable residents—those who live in poverty and those who are struggling to make ends meet. Our goal is to help them meet basic needs, build self-sufficiency, and ultimately break the cycle of poverty. Instead of only helping those who come to us, we provide one-on-one service through our home visits, being invited into people’s homes to learn the extent of their needs before determining how to help.

Following the tradition of Frederic Ozanam, founder of the International Society of St. Vincent de Paul, we serves anyone in need, regardless of race, creed or origin.

Subject to available resources, the aid we provide most often includes:

food
direct financial assistance for rent, utilities, transportation
clothing
beds & furniture
consultation, referral and intervention services

Hot meals served Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday, 12-1:30, and Sundays, 2:30-4pm.
Clothes vouchers T & Th only 10-3pm. Showers Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday 9-11am.
Food Locker 137 Riverside for Placer County residents. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday 9-11:30am

(916) 781-3303
Union Gospel Mission
400 Bannon Street
Sacramento, CA 95811
95811
For single men only.

The Heart of the Union Gospel Mission ministry is to glorify Jesus Christ through the evangelization and regeneration of the urban poor, while worshipping with acts of mercy.
To serve these needs, the Mission provides a Christ centered environment, clothing, food, shelter, spiritual training and a recovery program.
Our nonprofit Mission provides care to all people regardless of their religious beliefs, gender, race or ethnic background.  We do not receive State or Federal funding either.

http://www.ugmsac.com/
(916) 447-3268
(916) 447-2921
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