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Fourth & Hope
207 4th St
Woodland, CA

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
Glory Bound Street Ministry
4527 Parker Ave
Sacramento, CA 95820
Serves Breakfast and Dinner to those in the area.

Serves Breakfast and Dinner to those in the area.
Hours: Breakfast Hours: Sunday 11:30 am; Dinner Hours: Tues – Fri 6 – 7 pm; Sunday 5 – 6 pm
Eligibility Requirements: Must attend church service at 10 am prior to receiving meal
Church service 6 pm Tues-Fri. and Sun. 10:30 am & 5 pm w/Dinner following.
Spanish service Sat 4 pm & Sun. 12 pm

(916) 452-7078
Sacramento Loaves and Fishes
1351 North C. St.,
Sacramento, CA 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)
(916) 446-0874
(916) 446-0875
Salvation Army
12th & North B St.
Sacramento, CA 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
Shores of Hope
110 6th St
West Sacramento, CA 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.
(916) 372-0200
Sister Nora’s Place @ Loaves & Fishes
1321 North C. St.
Sacramento, CA 95811
Long-term overnight shelter serving chronically homeless, mentally ill women.

Long-term overnight shelter serving chronically homeless, mentally ill women; can house 13 women at a time. Call to sign up.

(916) 669-7000
St. Ignatius Loyola Parrish
3235 Arden Way
Sacramento, CA 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.
(916) 482-9666 ext. 217
St. Lawrence the Martyr Catholic Church
4325 Don Julio Blvd.
North Highlands, CA 95660
Dinner on Thursdays 5:30-7:00pm. (Info may be out of date.)
(916) 332-4777
St. Philomene Catholic Church
2428 Bell St. (at El Camino)
Sacramento, CA 95825
Meal is served each Tuesday evening, 6-7pm. in the school gym.

Sharing God’s Bounty is a Catholic-sponsored soup kitchen dedicated to filling its guests’ bellies and warming their hearts. We served our first meal on Tuesday, January 25th 1983. Founded by three members of St. Philomene’s Catholic Church, Bounty has served nutritious, hot and balanced meals to hungry families and single folks every Tuesday for the last 30-plus years.

Everyone is welcome to join us in our dinner on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 PM through 7:00 PM in the multi-purpose room of the St. Philomene School. You can find us at 2320 El Camino Ave, located just east of St. Philomene Church at the corner of Bell and El Camino. We generally serve 300-400 meals at the beginning of the month and 500-700 meals on the last Tuesdays of the month. We welcome all guests and volunteers alike, regardless of their religious background or circumstances. The multi-purpose room at St. Philomene School in Sacramento is a safe and warm environment for families and single folks to come to enjoy dignity, respect and delicious hot food.
(916) 481-7113
Union Gospel Mission
400 Bannon Street
Sacramento, CA 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.
(916) 447-3268
(916) 447-2921
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