Homeless Services In anaheim, CA And Vicinity

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Women’s Transitional Living Center, Inc.

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Contact
PO Box 916
Fullerton, CA 92832
(877) 531-5522
(714) 992-1931

Description
The Women's Transitional Living Shelter, INC. is a domestic-abuse shelter for women with or without children. Single men with or without children can be accepted depending on their case. Children who are under 18 must live with their parent in the shelter, and there is no limit to the amount of children. The program will accept people with substance abuse problems. The program cannot accommodate people who have severe physical or mental disabilities that would interfere with their participation in shelter activities.

The shelter provides individual and group counseling; advocacy with other agencies, if needed; a children's program; assistance in obtaining a TRO; and assistance in making future plans. The maximum length of stay is 90 days. Residents must stay in the shelter for the first 72 hours of their intake.

Volunteers are appreciated.

Hours
The hotline is staffed Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For battered people with or without children, including people who are hearing impaired; single men and men with children are accepted on a case-by-case basis. The program primarily serves people who live in Orange County, however, people from other areas may apply and are assisted, if possible. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
ID is not required for shelter intake. Call the hotline for shelter intake, information or to apply for all services.

Anaheim Emergency Shelter

Filed Under
Womens Shelters, Volunteer Opportunities, Mens Shelters

Contact
1455 S Salvation PL
Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 542-9576

Description
The Anaheim Emergency Shelter offers services for men and women with case managers, housing, recovery, and employment navigators work with guests to help stabilize their lives. The shelter provides showers, bedding, linen, breakfast, and dinner. Guests are required to abide by house rules, including no drugs, alcohol, or violent behavior, and all guests must be in the shelter by 5:00 pm and out by 7:00 am.

Hours
Intake hours are Monday to Sunday, at 3:30 pm.

Area Served
Countywide - All Zips

Women’s & Children’s Crisis Shelter

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Contact
13203 Hadley St #103
Whittier, CA 90603
(562) 945-3939
(562) 945-3937

Description
The Women's and Children's Crisis Shelter offers a domestic violence shelter. There is a 72-hour hold, during which people who work are requested to take a leave of absence for the three days minimum, if possible. The maximum length of stay is 45 days.

Different services include individual, group, and family counseling, parenting education, a school program for children 5-13, legal counseling, accompaniment to court for TRO's, and other services.

There are volunteer opportunities available for anyone who wants to help.

Hours
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For victims of intimate partner domestic violence and their children in Los Angeles County. Male children 17 years and younger are accepted; female children of all ages accepted. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
Call for information and/or to apply for services.

Area Served
Countywide - All Zips

Precious Life Shelter

Filed Under
Maternity Shelters

Contact
Confidential Location
PO Box 414
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
(562) 431-5025

Description
The Precious Life Shelter offers emergency and transitional shelter for six pregnant women 18 and older.

For the emergency shelter, guests are required to look for permanent housing, work, and can stay for two to three months after child birth.

For the transitional program, women must make their own meals, participate in household chores, learn life skills, and can stay for two years after birth.

They can also apply for the Single Parent Efficiency Program, and if they do, they can stay for to two years past child birth. The program requires participation in job training and school, or working full-time.

Hours
Monday to Friday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and on Saturdays, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Eligibility
First come, first served.

Documents Required
Proof of pregnancy, including due date and signature from doctor and original ID.

Area Served
Countywide - All Zips


Mary's Shelter

Filed Under
Maternity Shelters

Contact
Confidential Location
PO Box 10433
Santa Ana, CA 92711
(714) 730-0930

Description
Mary's Shelter provides shelter for pregnant or mothering women under the age of 18, and from at risk homes girls until they are legal adults. For guests, they can stay until their baby is two years old. The shelter provides shared rooms, three meals a day and cooking and laundry facilities are available.

Residents are required to participate with household chores, but are allowed to work outside of the shelter. No smoking, drugs, or alcohol.

There is adoption counseling for women who decide not to keep the child, and other support services are available.

Referrals are necessary.

Hours
Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 7:00 pm for appointments.

Eligibility
Must have referral.

Documents Required
Proof of pregnancy, ID, General Medical Clearance, TB test results, and school records are required.

Area Served
There are no geographic restrictions.

Hospitality House

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Mens Shelters

Contact
818 E 3rd St
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 542-9576

Description
The Salvation Army Hospitality House provides food, clothing, bedding, linen, counseling, job search assistance, and integrated employment programs are included.

The Hospitality House is a 75-bed shelter where physical and spiritual comfort is given 24/7, all days of the year. No drugs, alcohol, or violent behavior is allowed. Residents must also be in by 5pm and are required to stay in the shelter. All residents must leave the shelter by 7am. There are two phases:

PHASE ONE:
This is the first intake program where men can stay up to 21 days per visit to help them get out of homelessness. If they want to stay again in the first phase they must leave for at least 45 days. Food, clothing, and services are free.

PHASE TWO:
Phase Two is a 30 to 90 day program where the guests who have finished Phase One can apply to stay longer. Residents in Phase Two search for employment, maintain steady employment, search for housing, and maintain sobriety. Once an individual begins to work, an occupancy fee must be paid. They must also complete a monthly budget and save for housing. The services that were provided in Phase One are also provided in the second phase.

Volunteer opportunities are available.

Hours
Intake hours are Monday through Sunday at 3:30pm. New applicants begin to line up at 3:15pm; everyone must be in the shelter by 5:00pm. Program operates Monday through Sunday, 4:00pm to 7:00am. Phone hours are Monday through Sunday, 8:30am to 5:00pm.

Eligibility
Homeless men.

Documents Required
ID is required.

Area Served
Orange County

St. Matthias Episcopal Church

Filed Under
Mail Facilities

Contact
7056 S Washington Ave
Whittier, CA 90602
(562) 698-9741

Description
The St. Matthias Episcopal Church provides a free temporary mailing address to those who need it.

Hours
Monday - Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm

Eligibility
Anyone in Whittier and surrounding areas. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
ID is not required.

East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Mail Facilities, Bathing Facilities

Contact
1345 Turnbull Canyon Rd
Behind St John Vianney Catholic Church St Martin de Porres Center
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
(626) 333-7204

Description
The San Gabriel Valley Coalition offers shower and mail facilities for homeless people in the east San Gabriel Valley.

For anyone who wants to help, there are volunteer opportunities available.

Hours
Monday through Thursday, 8:30am to 10:30am.

Area Served
Los Angeles County


Interval House Crisis Shelters And Centers For Victims Of Domestic Violence

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Domestic Violence Shelters

Contact
6615 E Pacific Coast Hwy, Ste 170
Long Beach, CA 90803
(562) 594-4555
(714) 891-8121

Description
The Interval House Crisis Shelters and Centers for Victims of Domestic Violence provides shelter for victims of domestic violence and their children who are in the Long Beach and surrounding areas.

The program also accepts out-of-state individuals fleeing from an abusive partner. The shelter can serve single men, women, pregnant women, and women who have disabilities (if they can care for themselves).

Services include meals; individual, group, and family counseling; parenting education; advocacy with medical, legal, welfare and other relevant service agencies; TRO assistance; and other services. Individual and family counseling, play therapy, and support groups for children are also offered.

The program works with other agencies to provide schooling, tutors, clothes, health care, outside activities, and child care. A support group and individual counseling are offered for women which they may attend after they leave the shelter. The shelter has second stage housing, also.

If you want to help, volunteers are appreciated greatly.

Hours
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For victims of domestic violence and their children of any age who are in the Long Beach and surrounding areas. The program will accept victims who have come from outside California fleeing a batterer. The shelter accepts victims who have been battered by a spouse, heterosexual partner. The shelter can serve single men, women, pregnant women and women who have disabilities, including wheelchair users, if they can care for themselves. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
ID is requested but not required. Call for information and to apply.

Area Served
Long Beach and surrounding areas.

Su Casa

Filed Under
Volunteer Opportunities, Drop In Shelters, Domestic Violence Shelters

Contact
3750 E Anaheim St, Ste 100
Long Beach, CA 90804
(562) 402-4888
(562) 421-6537

Description
Su Casa provides emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. They accept single men, single women, pregnant women, and their children of both genders and all ages. People with disabilities are accepted if they are ambulatory and can care for themselves. The emergency shelter is for 30 days. People are requested to take a leave of absence from their jobs during this time, and their children will attend a local school. Residents are expected to help with the daily chores and follow shelter rules and curfew. They provide clothing, food, and linens as needed.

Services include TRO assistance, individual counseling, group counseling, finding housing, financial assistance, and other services.

They have a transitional shelter for people who have finished the emergency program and it lasts six months. During the transitional program, adults can work and children can attend a public school. Residents must have a source of income and pay a security deposit which will be returned up on leaving, minus the cost of any repairs due to damage they caused. They are also placed on a budget to save 50% of their income. Savings are given to him or her up on leaving.

Their drop-in center offers general domestic violence information and resources. Anyone needing help can go and receive services such as counseling or assistance with finding shelter.

For anyone who wants to help, there are volunteer opportunities available.

Hours
Monday through Sunday, 24 hours per day.

Eligibility
For victims/survivors of domestic violence and their children. Children of any age are accepted. The shelters accepts victims/survivors of domestic violence who have been abused by a spouse, boyfriend, girlfriend, by a heterosexual or gay partner, by a parent or by an adult child. Single men, single women and pregnant women are accepted. People with disabilities, including people who use wheelchairs, can be accommodated if they are ambulatory and able to care for themselves. Service is targeted, but not restricted, to residents of the Southeast area of Los Angles County; people fleeing a batterer from outside Southern California are considered on a case-by-case basis. There are no geographic restrictions.

Documents Required
ID is preferred, but not required. Call to inquire about the emergency shelter.

Area Served
Countywide - All Zips