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Furniture Assistance

Furniture Assistance

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
St. Ignatius Loyola Parrish
3235 Arden Way
Sacramento, CA 95825
95825
Meals served on the 3rd Saturday of the month.

The St. Ignatius Community Assistance Ministry helps families with rental, utility, and furniture assistance. We provide food baskets and hygiene items at Christmas and Easter for 300 families through our Feed-A-Family Program. We need you! Many hands make light work!

Please join St. Ignatius’ Loaves and Fishes Ministry on the 3rd Saturday of the month.

http://www.stignatiussac.org/
(916) 482-9666 ext. 217
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
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