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Santa Cruz Veterans Resource Center

Address:
1658 Soquel Dr B
Santa Cruz, CA 95065

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 477-7515

Website:
http://smartpathscc.org

Services:
Provides Smart Path (coordinated Entry) Assessments. Once An Individual Or Family Experiencing Homelessness Completes An Assessment, They Are Considered For Multiple Housing Assistance Programs Throughout The County.smart Path Is Not A Housing Program Or A Guarantee Of Shelter Or Housing. 

Eligibility:
Families Or Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

Documents To Bring:
Walk-in

Chance favors the prepared mind.

-- Louis Pasteur

Santa Cruz Public Libraries - Downtown Branch

Address:
224 Church St
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 427-7707

Website:
http://smartpathscc.org

Services:
Provides Smart Path (coordinated Entry) Assessments. Once An Individual Or Family Experiencing Homelessness Completes An Assessment, They Are Considered For Multiple Housing Assistance Programs Throughout The County.smart Path Is Not A Housing Program Or A Guarantee Of Shelter Or Housing. 

Eligibility:
Families Or Individuals Experiencing Homelessness

Documents To Bring:
Walk-in

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Shelter Project

Address:
501 Soquel Ave e
Santa Cruz, CA 95062

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 457-1741

Website:
http://www.cabinc.org

Services:
Community Voicemail, Directory/Resource List Publication for Homelessness Issues, Emergency Shelter Clearinghouses, Homeless Motel Vouchers, Mortgage Payment Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance

Hours:
Monday-Tuesday, 10-6; Wednesday, 10-1; Thursday-Friday, 10-6

Eligibility:
Individual or family, homeless or in danger of becoming homeless

My father always told me, "Find a job you love and you'll never have to work a day in your life.".

-- Jim Fox

Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce

Address:
725 Front St #401
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 427-3900

Website:
http://www.scapsite.org

Services:
AIDS/HIV Prevention Counseling, AIDS/HIV/STD Prevention Kits, Benefits Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Case/Care Management for AIDS/HIV, HIV Testing, Mortgage Payment Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Ongoing Emergency Food Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Printed Materials for AIDS/HIV, Rent Payment Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Safer Sex Education, Transitional Housing/Shelter for AIDS/HIV, Utility Service Payment Assistance for AIDS/HIV, Wellness Programs for AIDS/HIV

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9-5

Eligibility:
Individual (any age), with AIDS or HIV positive for most services

Siena House Maternity Home

Address:
108 High St
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 425-2229

Website:
http://www.sienahouse.org

Services:
Adoption Counseling and Support, Maternity Homes, Post Pregnancy Shelter/Transitional Housing

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 9:30-5

Eligibility:
Pregnant woman (age 18 and over)

Success is never final and failure never fatal. It's courage that counts.

-- Jules Ellinger

Homeless Services Center

Address:
115A Coral St
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 458-6020

Website:
http://www.scshelter.org

Services:
Case/Care Management for Homeless Individuals, Transitional Housing/Shelter

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8-5

Eligibility:
Adult (age 18 and over), homeless, with a source of income

River Street Shelter

Address:
115C Coral St
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 459-6644

Website:
http://www.scccc.org/community-support-services/river-st-shelter

Services:
Homeless Shelter

Hours:
Daily, 3pm-8am

Eligibility:
Adult (age 18 and over), homeless

Every time I try to define a perfectly stable person, I am appalled by the dullness of that person.

-- J. D. Griffin

Children In Need of Hugs

Address:
Suisun City
, CA 94585

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(707) 428-3912

Website:
http://www.cinoh.org

Services:
Transitional Housing/Shelter for Teenage Parents

Hours:
Monday - Friday, 9-5

Eligibility:
Teenage parent (age 16-21) with one or two children (age 0-5)

Community Support Services

Address:
542 Ocean St # K
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 459-0444

Services:
Clothing for Foster Children, General Counseling Services for Foster Children, Life Skills Education, Moving Expense Assistance for Former Foster Children, Occasional Emergency Food Assistance for Foster Children, Rent Payment Assistance for Former Foster Children, Rental Deposit Assistance for Former Foster Children, Soup Kitchens for Foster Children, Transitional Housing/Shelter for Former Foster Children, Tutoring Services for Foster Children, Utility Service Payment Assistance for Former Foster Children

Hours:
Monday-Friday, 11-6

Eligibility:
Foster youth(age 15-24) must have been in foster care or probation placement on or after their 16th birthday and must be verified through Child Welfare Services or Juvenile Probation

Nothing would be done at all if a man waited until he could do it so well that no one could find fault with it.

-- Cardinal Newman

New Life Community Services

Address:
707 Fair Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

(9 Miles Away)
Map & Directions

Telephone:
(831) 427-1007

Website:
http://www.newlifesc.org

Services:
New Life Community Services exists to provide effective and authentic reality-based services for individuals and families supporting their transition into society and living meaningful and productive lives. They emphasize the whole person utilizing the most effective substance abuse treatment strategies, with a commitment to the 12-step fellowship. Their professional, strength-based, and compassionate care is designed to restore health and wellness, treating each person with dignity and respect.

New Life Community Services exists to provide effective and authentic reality-based services for individuals and families supporting their transition into society and living meaningful and productive lives. They emphasize the whole person utilizing the most effective substance abuse treatment strategies, with a commitment to the 12-step fellowship. Their professional, strength-based, and compassionate care is designed to restore health and wellness, treating each person with dignity and respect.

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