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Agoura Hills, CA
Homeless Shelters & Services
There are many homeless services in the Agoura Hills, CA region, including shelters of all types, bathing facilities, and mail facilities. And, if you want to help, there are also volunteer opportunities available.
Provides assistance with rent subsidies, emergency rent relief and utility expenses in the Agoura Hills area. Contact them via their website and they will help you according to your personal needs and requirements.
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Anyone in need of inexpensive housing, rental assistance or utility payment assistance.
Start here to find out what housing benefits you qualify for in the Agoura Hills, CA area. They'll guide you through the process of finding housing assistance, help you qualify, and assist you with the application process.
Anyone in need of inexpensive housing, rental assistance or utility payment assistance.
Case by case basis.
Agoura Hills, CA and vicinity.
Lutheran Social Service - Ventura County Center
80 E Hillcrest Dr Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 (805) 497-6207
The Lutheran Social Service provides bathing, mail, and laundry facilities for homeless people. They also give clothing, food, case management, bus tokens, and other services.
They also offer a cold weather shelter for homeless people in winter (December 1st through March 31st). Clients are supposed to check in between 5:45pm and 8:00pm and leave by 7:00am the following morning.
For anyone who wants to help, there are volunteer opportunities available.
Monday through Friday (excluding Thursday) from 9:00am to 12:30pm
Cold Weather Shelter Program
December 1st through March 31st check in between 5:45pm and 8:00pm and leave by 7:00am the following morning.
For people in the Conejo Valley area of Ventura County. Intake is required for first time visitors.
The Angel's Way Shelter provides shelter for single pregnant women 18 and over who have no other children with them. This shelter is not an emergency shelter or same-day shelter. This program cannot accept pregnant women with children, pregnant women with communicable diseases, alcohol or drug dependency, or severe mental and or emotional disorders. This program accepts women at any stage or their pregnancy, and participants may stay up to two months after the baby is born.
The shelter can accommodate up to four women. Anyone who stays must assist with chores, attend school, work or participate in a volunteer program, and sign an agreement of compliance with the shelter, which includes no smoking.
Residents participate in weekly counseling sessions that discuss the options of raising the baby or putting it up for adoption. Support services include nutrition, childbirth, infant care, self-esteem/motivation, and homemaking classes.
The program accepts donations of maternity clothes, baby clothes, and household items.
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours a day.
Pregnant women aged 18 and above.
Proof of pregnancy and proof of negative TB and STD tests.
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church - Human Care Ministry
The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission provides shelter for whole families in Los Angeles County at their Home Again facility. Anyone 18 years or younger are accepted and an adult must have full custody of minors. Men and teenagers are also allowed in the program if they are part of the family. The maximum length of stay for families is 90 days.
The mission can hold up to 90 people. Bedding, blankets, and two meals a day are included. No smoking, drinking, or drug use is allowed on the premises. Residents are required to save at least 80% of their income. Residents must be employed or become employed within 30 days of the intake.
There are also counseling and life skill classes. Once accepted, participants are invited for a one-on-one interview right before their admission into the mission. Admissions can only be made on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
Field trips and special events are included.
Intake is Monday to Thursday, 9am to 4pm.
Families must be residents of California for at least one year; and no families with 6 or more members can be accepted.
People who have felony convictions or who are active substance abusers cannot be accepted.
Applicants and anyone in the family 14 years and older must pass a drug test upon intake.
Applicants cannot be actively fleeing a domestic violence situation.
Picture ID and proof of income for all adults.
Social security cards and negative TB tests results for all family members.
Negative drug test for family members 14 years and older upon intake.
Birth certificates for all children are required.
Los Angeles County
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San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission Mobile Shower Unit
8756 Canby Ave Northridge, CA 91325 (818) 960-0404
The North Valley Caring Services offers showers, towels, and hygiene supplies. Their showers are first-come, first-served, and are for the first 12 people at opening. They provide clothing with showers.
The also provide a safe place to park and sleep for homeless people with cars.
Volunteer opportunities are available for anyone who wants to help.
Bathing Facilities: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 6:30am to 9:00am.
Safe Place to Park and Sleep Overnight Program
Intake hours: Mon, Weds, Fri from 7:00am – 1:00pm
Lot hours: Monday- Sunday from 9:00pm-6:00am
For homeless people in North Hills but there is no geographic restriction.
The shower facilities is on a first come, first serve basis and is for the first 12 people in line at 6:30am.
For Safe Place to Park and Sleep Overnight Program, call for information and to apply.
ID or registration is not required for bathing facilities.
Los Angeles County
#Volunteer Opportunities #Bathing Facilities
Confidential Location 2118 Wilshire Blvd PMB 358 (Mailing) Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 452-1223
The Harvest Home provides shelter for pregnant women 18 and older in Los Angeles County. Pregnant women who are less than 32 weeks are eligible for the shelter. Women with children are not allowed.
While staying, clothing and meals are provided for the women, including for the infant. Women can stay for two months after the birth, but longer stays can be negotiated.
Residents must comply to house rules and assist in household chores and cooking. Women must be sober, not have any severe mental illness, and be able to live with other women. Residents should be able to work or attend school.
Other services include career counseling, counseling, child birth preparation, financial planning, infant care and parenting classes, independent living skills, nutrition education, referrals to health services, and financial assistance.
Intake can take up to two weeks.
Intake hours are Monday through Friday, from 9am to 5pm.
Shelter hours are Monday through Sunday, 24 hours a day.
Pregnant adult women.
CAID, proof of age, proof of pregnancy, and TB test results.
Hope Of The Valley Rescue Mission - Van Nuys Help Center
The Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission Van Nuys Help Center offers Services include shelters, bathing facilities, clothing, personal hygiene/grooming supplies and temporary mailing address.
Clean clothes, hygiene and shower kits, basic medicines, and blankets are available. The shower facilities are based on a first-come, first-served basis. The staff may also provide referrals to other community services.
The Genesis House is a 30-bed family shelter with special emphasis on homeless mothers and children.
The Bridge Transitional Living Facility is a shelter for men.
There is also an 85-bed cold-weather shelter in Pacoima, and a 55-bed cold-weather shelter in Skid Row.
In Van Nuys, there is a drop-in shelter called the HELP Center.
Volunteers are appreciated.
Center: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Shower Facilities: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 11:45am.
For the needy people in the San Fernando Valley. There are no geographic restrictions. Shower facilities are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
ID or registration is not required. Shower facilities are available on a first-come, first-served basis; sign in and wait for a turn.
Turning Point offers transitional shelter for up to 55 homeless men and women in Santa Monica. The maximum length of stay is 18 months, and residents are required to participate in case-management classes and save at least 60% of their income.
Volunteer opportunities are available.
Monday through Sunday 24 hours per day.
For homeless single men and women 18 years and older who are in the city of Santa Monica. Service is restricted to individuals who can prove 5 years of residency in the city of Santa Monica.
ID is not required. Call or walk in to apply. Intake is done at the The People Concern Annenberg Access Center.
503 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 450-4050
The Annenberg Service Center provides homeless support services for single men and women, including those who are undocumented and those who are in or have been evicted recently evicted from housing in Santa Monica. Recently evicted families are referred to city programs that can assist them.
The agency provides specialized transitional housing through its recuperative care, parolee and veterans programs and referrals are required for these programs from county hospitals, social service agencies, HIV/AIDS-related agencies, the parole board or the Veterans Administration.
A special outreach project is provided for dually diagnosed, mentally ill substance abusers that provides case management and counseling.
If you are a chronically homeless veteran with at least three co-occurring disabilities (mental illness, substance abuse, medical and/or physical disability), you're eligible for the veterans outreach program which provides case management.
There is also a Night Lite outreach program which provides youth on the streets in the West Los Angeles area with food bags and referrals to social service programs.
If you're a woman, Daybreak is a mental health drop-in center and also provides short-term transitional housing.
Safe Haven is a transitional-housing shelter for anyone who is chronically homeless or mentally ill.
Turning Point is a transitional-housing shelter and can provide for up to 55 homeless men and women. Individuals can stay for up to 18 months, must participate in case management services, and save at least 60% of his or her income.
The Swashlock program provides 75 to 100 homeless individuals with a locker, daily showers, and weekly laundry room services. The program does not discriminate those who are employed and homeless. Participants are encouraged to take part in case management services.
The People Concern relies on the generosity of volunteers to provide these services. Volunteers and donations are widely appreciated.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm;
Tuesday, 1:00pm to 5:00pm;
Saturday, 9:00am to 11:00am.
For single men and women, including those who are undocumented and those who are in or have been evicted recently evicted from housing in Santa Monica.