Address:2600 Middlefield RdRedwood City, CA 94063Map & Directions
Services: Provides Services Including Food Boxes, Rental Assistance, Housing Support, Casework, Referrals To Other Agencies, Translations Of English/spanish, Brown Bag Food Program, And Assistance With A Variety Of Other Needs.
Hours: Closed For Lunch Monday, Wednesday, Friday; 11am-1pm Closed For Lunch Thursday; 11am-3pm Closed From 1pm-4pm Every 2nd Friday Of The Month For Food Distribution
Eligibility: Resident Of Area Served
Documents To Bring: Apply by phone
Address:545 Cassia StRedwood City, CA 94063Map & Directions
Services: Provides A Short-term (one Week To Six Months) Alternative Residence For Teenagers Age 17-20 Who Need A Safe Place To Stay While Working Out Family Problems, Making Arrangements For A Foster Home Or Other Longer Term Housing. staff Also Assist Youth With Employment, Medical Care, Educational Or Legal Needs Or Any Other Necessary Services. Usually Three Or Four Teens Live In The Home At One Time. food Is Distributed To Anyone That Arrives At The Center.
Eligibility: Young Adult (age 17-20)
Documents To Bring: Walk-in or apply by phone
Address:660 Veterans BlvdRedwood City, CA 94063Map & Directions
Services: Provides Food, Clothing, And Bus Tokens To Individuals And Families In Times Of Crisis. Counseling And Translation Services (english/spanish) Are Available Either On A Walk-in Basis Or By Appointment.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 9-12, 1-4; Thursday, 1-4
Eligibility: Low Income Individual Or Family
Address:151 Buckingham AveRedwood City, CA 94063Map & Directions
Services: Since 1986, they have provided women and children with a hospitable place to receive nutritious food and needed clothing. Since their inception, they have expanded their basic services to include housing, education, an annual Christmas toy giveaway, and most recently, a 3000 square foot community garden. We:
- Alleviate suffering by providing direct social services to the economically disadvantaged and disenfranchised.
- Increase the marketability of their clients by providing skill- building courses.
- Reduce and help break the cycle of poverty by providing a solid value-based education to selected client family cohorts.
- Address the desperate need for affordable housing by owning and operating an apartment complex specifically designated to serve families with very low incomes.
- Beautify the neighborhood and give client families the numerous therapeutic and practical benefits afforded by a community garden.
- Foster nurturing relationships, encourage self-determination, and advocate for change in systems that oppress.
- Refer clients to agencies with whom they network.
Address:2411 Pulgas AvePalo Alto, CA 94303Map & Directions
Services: Provides Food Pantry, Clothing, Back To School Supplies, Women's Support Group And Youth Program, Holistic Health Care, Acupuncture And Massage Therapy, Referral To Other Agencies, And Furniture And Household Essentials To Needy Families Who Live Or Work In Southern San Mateo Or Northern Santa Clara County.
Hours: Also Every 3rd Saturday 11am-1pm.
Eligibility: Families In Need, Who Live Or Work In Southern San Mateo Or Northern Santa Clara County.
Documents To Bring: Walk-in
Address:2396 University AvePalo Alto, CA 94303Map & Directions
Services: Certificates/Forms Assistance, Comprehensive Information and Referral, Emergency Shelter Clearinghouses, Language Translation, Neighborhood Multipurpose Centers, Ongoing Emergency Food Assistance, Rent Payment Assistance, Rental Deposit Assistance, Transportation, Utility Service Payment Assistance
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9-5
Eligibility: Low- or moderate-income resident of area served
Address:204 Stierlin RdMountain View, CA 94043Map & Directions
Services: Offers a food pantry stocked with supplemental food. Typically available are are canned foods, bread, fruits and vegetables, grains, sweets, juice and eggs.
Hours: Mondays and Thursdays: 10am-12pm and 2pm-4pm; Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 2pm-4pm.
Eligibility: Restricted to residents of Mountain View, Los Altos, and Los Altos Hills who meet HUD and USDA income guidelines.
Address:50 N B StSan Mateo, CA 94401Map & Directions
Services: Assists Families And Individuals With Basic Needs Emergencies Including Food, Clothing, And Financial Assistance For Delinquent Rent, Mortgage Or First Month's Rent.
Eligibility: Call For More Information.
Documents To Bring: Call
Address:4031 Pacific BlvdSan Mateo, CA 94403Map & Directions
Services: Core Service Center That Provides Human Services Such As:-food Boxes-rental Assistance & Housing Support-case Management -baby Items (clothes, Toys, Diapers, Baby Formula)-help With medi-cal, calworks, And calfresh applications
Hours: Closed Daily For Lunch 12pm-12:30pm
Eligibility: Call For Information.
Documents To Bring: Apply by phone. Most programs have an assessment/application process. Walk-ins will be served as time permits
Address:36700 Newark BlvdNewark, CA 94560Map & Directions
Services: Emergency Food And Usda Government Commodities Once Every 30 Days For Poverty-level And Low-income Families As Determined By Usda Guidelines. Information And Referral Services Are Available. Accepts Donations Of Food.
Hours: Donations And Pickups: Mon-fri, 6:30 Am - 7:00 Pm
Eligibility: Vary According To Income.
Documents To Bring: Phone or walk in to apply.