Success Reentry, Inc.

Emergency Shelters

Emergency Shelters

Center Point
11228 Fair Oaks Blvd.
Fair Oaks, CA
95628

Center Point’s mission is to provide comprehensive social, educational, vocational, medical, psychological, housing and rehabilitation services to combat social problems such as substance abuse, poverty, unemployment and homelessness.

Center Point offers rehabilitation and treatment services that interrupt the abusive cycles of psychological, social and economic dislocation by providing critical training and support so that individuals and families can claim self-worth and dignity.

http://www.cpinc.org/
(916) 962-2800
(916) 962-2824
El Hogar
3780 Rosin Ct, Ste. 110
Sacramento, CA
95834
Administrative Office

 

 

http://www.elhogarinc.org/
(916) 441-0226
(916) 441-0286
Fourth & Hope
207 4th St
Woodland, CA
95776

Programs address physical and mental health, substance use, employment and income needs, and housing. Operates a 72-bed emergency shelter with a commercial kitchen for hot meals; permanent supportive housing programs; and Walter’s House, a 44-bed residential treatment program.

(530) 661-1218
(530) 661-2494
Francis House
1422 C Street
Sacramento, CA
95814

Now a program of NextMove. Assists with obtaining California IDs; daily bus passes; housing for families with food & transportation; assist with obtaining stable housing; assist with resume writing, job searches, and interview preparation.

https://www.francishousecenter.org/
(916) 443-2646
Loaves and Fishes
1321 North C. St.
Sacramento, CA 95811
95811
Daytime shelter for homeless women and children.

Maryhouse is a daytime hospitality shelter for homeless women and children. We provide personal attention to each woman to help her identify and take the next step. Women come to us in crisis; some receive short-term help while others might require help for a longer period of time.

(916) 446-4961
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
Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency
630 I St
Sacramento, CA
95814

Programs include:
Housing Choice Voucher Program
Public Housing Program
Emergency Housing and Homeless Resources
Population-Specific Housing Programs
Other Affordable Housing Resources
For questions about applications, email intake@shra.org.
For current participants and landlords, email operations@shra.org

http://www.shra.org
(916) 440-1390
Sacramento Loaves and Fishes
1351 North C. St.,
Sacramento, CA 95811
95811
Providing food, warmth, and a path home for homeless men, women, and children.

Without passing judgment, and in a spirit of love and hospitality, Loaves & Fishes feeds the hungry and shelters the homeless. We provide an oasis of welcome, safety, and cleanliness for homeless men, women and children seeking survival services.

Founded in 1983, we are governed by a board of directors selected from Loaves & Fishes and from the community-at-large – people who have demonstrated compassion and concern about the needs of the homeless and the indigent poor.

We recognize the dignity and spiritual destiny of each person, and hope by our attitude of hospitality and love, to nourish not only the physical needs of those who come to Loaves & Fishes, but also their spiritual need for love, acceptance, respect, and friendship.

We serve each person with the belief that “as often as you did it for one of my least brothers and sisters, you did it for me.” (Matthew 25:40)

http://www.sacloaves.org/
(916) 446-0874
(916) 446-0875
Sacramento Steps Forward
1331 Garden Hwy, Ste 100
Sacramento, CA
95833

Sacramento Steps Forward is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to ending homelessness in our region through collaboration, innovation, and connecting people to services. Walking side-by-side with our partners, we seek to provide people experiencing homelessness with the support and services they need to find stability and long-term housing.

https://sacramentostepsforward.org
(916) 577-9770
Salvation Army
12th & North B St.
Sacramento, CA 95811
95811
125 bed shelter with showers and meals for 30 days.

The Center of Hope Men’s and Women’s Shelter provides those in need with a safe refuge, including sleeping accommodations, two meals a day, showers, use of laundry facilities and other programs. This 125-bed facility provides homeless men and women a 30-day stay and the potential for three additional 10-day extensions (for a total of a 60-day maximum stay).

1 PM (M-F) bed sign-up-Women only.
1 PM (M-F) bed sign-up – Men only.
Dinner, breakfast & clothing for residents.
Utilities Assistance – 442-0303

In addition to food and lodging, our clients may receive:

Spiritual and emotional counseling
Employment referral services
Information and referral to help resolve with legal issues
Help reconnecting with family members

800-SAL-ARMY or (916) 442-0331
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