Address:310 W BroadwayAnaheim, CA 92805Map & Directions
Services: Provides Temporary Emergency Shelter For Families With At Least One Child 18 Years And Younger.
Hours: 8:00 Am-5:00 Pm Monday-friday
Eligibility: - Parents Who Have At Least One Child 18 Years And Younger - Children 18 Years And Older May Be Accepted As Long As There Is One Family Member 17 Years And Younger- Employability Required
Documents To Bring: Appointment required
Address:1100 E Orangethorpe AveAnaheim, CA 92801Map & Directions
Services: Provides Emergency Shelter For Adults with At Least One Child 17 Years Or Younger. Services To Clients Include:
Eligibility: - Parents With At Least One Child 17 Years And Younger
Documents To Bring: Appointments required
Address:1660 W Broadway # 221Anaheim, CA 92802Map & Directions
Services: Provides An Emergency Maternity Shelter For Pregnant Women With Or Without Children Who Are Chronically Without Housing, Have Experienced Domestic Violence Or Who Are Not Ready To Enter Into A Transitional Program. services To Clients Include:case Managementcounselingcareer And Education Development
Hours: Intake Hours: 8:30 Am -5:00 Pm Monday-fridayshelter Hours: 24/7, Through Three 30-day Phases
Eligibility: - Pregnant Women, With Or Without Children - Women Must Be 18 Years And Older- Children: 18 Years And Younger
Address:401 E Ocean BlvdLong Beach, CA 90802Map & Directions
Services: The MISSION of New Image is to: (1) decrease and (2) prevent homelessness throughout Los Angeles County by providing comprehensive Case Management and Supportive Services, housing, job search and placement, outreach, and referral services. The Year-Round Shelter Program began April 2004. It provides two (2) hot meals and a cot to more than 400 homeless individuals (Mar 15-Nov 30, annually). Additionally, there are 15 Case Managers who provide case management services, and a complete Medical Team that provides on-site medical services and free prescription care. Through case management services, the homeless can secure housing, jobs, and be assisted with entitlement programs.
Address:527 Crocker StLos Angeles, CA 90013Map & Directions
Services: The program provides shelter and housing for homeless, mentally ill adults in the Skid Row area of Los Angeles. Services include long-term transitional shelter and permanent supportive housing. Services are targeted to people who are chronically mentally ill, including people who are undocumented; people who have a dual diagnosis of substance abuse or who have developmental disabilities and mentally ill adults who are HIV postive may also be assisted. The program does not provide service for families or people whose primary problems are homelessness or substance abuse. The primary service area is Los Angeles' Skid Row, but there are no geographic restrictions.
The Frank Rice Access Center provides 35 Winter Shelter beds, which runs from December 1 through March 15. Bedding is provided for the single people who participate in the program. Homeless support services are also offered to people who stay at the shelter, including case management and benefits advocacy.
The Village transitional shelter program has 70 beds; 58 for men and 12 for women. The sleeping areas are divided into cubicles which contain a bed and closet. The length of stay is up to 90 days, but varies with each individual and is determined on a case-by-case basis. All clients are asked to participate in the program's life skills workshops which help individuals cope with problems and teaches life-management skills. Additional services such as benefits advocacy, case management, health screening, homeless support services, mental health services, recovery services and recreational activities are offered.
The program provides a HIV/AIDS outreach program for clients diagnosed as chronically mentally ill who are HIV positive. Subsidized jobs or full-time employment may be available through the LAMP industries program which includes three agency-operated businesses.
The agency also administers the Lamp Lodge, an independent living apartment complex with in-house supportive services, for people 18 years and older who have chronic mental illness. People cannot apply directly to Lamp Lodge but must have participated in other aspects of Lamp programs to be eligible. The apartment complex has 50 units. Efficiency rooms with a kitchenette and bathroom are available for single people; one bedroom apartments with kitchens and bathrooms are available for individuals. The complex is located at 660 S. Stanford Ave. in Los Angeles.
The agency also provides housing search assistance to homeless individuals and formerly homeless individuals through relationships with various housing providers.
Hours: Monday through Sunday, 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Eligibility: Walk in or telephone for information and to complete an intake for services at the Lamp Community - Frank Rice Access Center site. There is usually a waiting list for overnight shelter and housing programs. People must be known to staff and have participated in other Lamp services to be eligible for Lamp Lodge; eligible people apply through Lamp.
Address:1605 N Spurgeon StSanta Ana, CA 92701Map & Directions
Services: Provides Emergency Shelter For Women With Children.
Eligibility: - Single Women With A Child Under The Age Of 17- Women: 18 Years And Older- Must Be Currently Without Housing (verification Of This Status Is Required)
Documents To Bring: Call for availability
Address:2015 Charle StCosta Mesa, CA 92627Map & Directions
Services: Provides a short-term, non-medical, residential facility for men recovering from alcoholism Provides support, room, board, toiletries, and clothing.
Hours: Hours vary, please call for information.
Eligibility: Serves: , Felons, Single MenOther
Documents To Bring: Picture ID
Address:1 Hope DrTustin, CA 92782Map & Directions
Services: Provides a transitional living facility with self-sufficiency programs The average length of stay is between 12 and 24 months.
Eligibility: Serves: Sobriety RequiredEmployment or Employability Required, Felons, Pregnant, Single Men, Single Women, Single Men With Children, Single Women With Children, Couples With Children, Couples With No ChildrenOther
Documents To Bring: Picture IDSocial Security Card or NumberBirth CertificateOther
Address:85 E Holly StPasadena, CA 91103Map & Directions
Services: *Searchable website to find affordable housing in Florida: http://www.floridahousingsearch.org/
*Does not provide rent payment assistance
Hours: 9am-5pm, M-F
Eligibility: Anyone looking for housing information
Documents To Bring: None to search
Address:114 N Glendora Ave # 218Glendora, CA 91741Map & Directions
Services: The program provides shelter services to people in Glendora who are experiencing an emergency. Services include homeless motel vouchers and specialized information and referral. Services are restricted to Glendora residents.
Vouchers are good for one night of shelter. Assistance is provided in extreme emergencies only.
The program also provides shelter and other information and referral for callers who live outside of the Glendora area.
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9:00am to 1:00pm.
Eligibility: Call for information.