Author: Brent Boekestein - Info Compiled by Sac InfoLine
Location: Sacramento, California | United States
Category: Men’s Issues, Women’s Issues, Homelessness
Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento 3555 Auburn Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95821 (916) 482-2370 - 24-hours Hours: Seven days a week, 24-hours Intake: Referral from law enforcement, Health and Human Services Department or court order Eligibility: Ambulatory, ages 1 - 17 24-hours emergency, short-term shelter-care for abused or neglected children from Sacramento County. Counseling, 24-hour staffing, social work intervention, medical care, activities, recreation and an on-site school.
Diogenes Youth Services 9719 Lincoln Village Dr, Suite 110 Sacramento, CA 95827 (916) 363-0128 – Shelter (916) 369-5447 - Office (916) 363-0063 - 24-hours hotline and referral; TTY (800) 339-7177 - 24-hours hotline and referral; TTY Hours: Monday through Friday 10 am - 5 pm; seven days a week, 24-hours Emergency Languages: Most languages by arrangement Intake: Telephone Eligibility: Runaway, homeless, abused, neglected youth; primarily ages 10 - 21 Short-term emergency shelter for homeless, runaway and other youth at-risk for abuse and neglect. Possible assignment to residency in a supervised group home or subsidized apartment depending on age/circumstances.
My Sister’s House (916) 428-3271 Help Line (916) 324-6202 Business Office Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 am – 4 pm, Friday 8 am – 12 pm. Help line 24-hours. Intake: Telephone or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Eligibility: Women and children affected by or victims of domestic violence. Identifies and addresses the needs of women and children impacted by domestic violence in the Asian and Pacific Islander community by offering a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven shelter and community resources/services. Services and programs include Women to Work program (women’s learning and support group), culturally appropriate domestic violence intervention, community presentations and consultation, Wish List, and volunteer opportunities.
River City Community Services 1322 27th Street Sacramento, CA 95816 (916) 446-2627 Hours: Monday through Friday 11:30 am - 3 pm Intake: Walk-in; individual interview conducted, individual ID required and SS card Eligibility: Residents of Sacramento County Needs assessment, information and referral, follow-up, client advocacy, crisis intervention, and food distribution. Small emergency rental assistance and motel voucher programs.
Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Family Shelter 4516 Parker Avenue Sacramento, CA 95820 (916) 455-2160 - 24 hours Hours: Seven days a week, 24 hours Languages: Spanish Intake: Telephone or telephone referral (No walk-ins) Eligibility: Sacramento County homeless families (with children), with no other resources Temporary emergency shelter, meals, transportation, health services and clothing for those housed at SAEHC, within the limit of available resources. Length of stay determined by need and ability to function within shelter rules, up to 60 days. Counseling and case work services, assistance in locating permanent housing and transitional housing programs. Medical referral and medical care for children. Information and referral. Workshops in parenting and money management for residents. Children’s services. Sacramento City Unified School District Homeless Education services for grades 1 - 12; Head Start for ages 3 - kindergarten.
Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Women’s Refuge (916) 455-0415 Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 10 pm Languages: Spanish Intake: Telephone referral only Eligibility: Single women in Sacramento County without housing Temporary emergency shelter, meals and transportation. Housing limited to 30 days. Case management, assistance in locating permanent housing and jobs. Information and referral. Workshops in coping skills and money management for residents. Transitional housing program through SAEHC’s extended shelter available to women saving for permanent housing. Program requires continued case management. Drug, alcohol counseling available.
South Sacramento Crisis Nursery 6699 South Land Park Drive Sacramento, CA 95831 (916) 394-2000 – On Site- 24 hours (877) 543-7752 – Information Line – 24 hours (888) 281-3000 -- Parents’ Support Line– 24 hours Hour: Seven days a week, 24-hours Intake: Telephone Eligibility: Birth - up to age 6
North Sacramento Crisis Nursery 4533 Pasadena Avenue Sacramento, Ca 95821 (916) 679-3600– On Site- 24 hours (877) 543-7752 – Information Line – 24 hours (888) 281-3000 – Parents’ Support Line– 24 hours (866) 856-2229 – Safely Surrender Baby, 24-hours Hours: Seven days a week, 24-hours Languages: Spanish Intake: Telephone for appointment and bed availability Eligibility: Open; children birth to age 6 A temporary volunteer safe place for children whose parents are experiencing a crisis or stressful situation. Services are free of charge, placement is voluntary, all information is confidential.
St. John’s Shelter for Women and Children 4410 Power Inn Road Sacramento, CA 95826 (916) 453-1482 – Office and Shelter Hours: Seven days a week, 24-hours Languages: Most languages by arrangement Intake: Telephone; must contact shelter daily to stay on waiting list Eligibility: Single women or women with children; male children must be no older than 14 years Emergency shelter for single women or women with children for 60 days; serving 3 meals and 2 snacks a day; referral and advocacy services; access to Maryhouse hospitality and emergency services during the day, and a link with available supportive services in the community. Children may enroll in Preschool and Mustard Seed School. Access to counselors and group support. Staff works with guests to develop a plan regarding their options when the 60 days stay is over. May be a waiting list.
Salvation Army 1200 North B Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 442-0331 - Shelter, 24-hours Hours: Seven days a week, 24-hours shelter Intake: Walk-in Only, Monday – Friday, 1pm Eligibility: Ages 18+ Lodging and meals for homeless single men and women with a support system of multiple resources and special programs. Job development, computer training, employment counseling, mental health services, recreational activities, substance abuse counseling, Alcoholics Anonymous, alternative housing, spiritual counseling, chapel service and bible studies are offered. Casework, counseling, and referral services provided to address other areas of need. Haircut vouchers available for clients only.
Union Gospel Mission 400 Bannon Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 447-3268 Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 am – 4 pm, Friday 8:30 am – 12 pm Intake: Walk-in Eligibility: Open; overnight stay and rehabilitation program for men only Spiritual help and beds, clothing, food, and counseling service for men. Check-in time for overnight guests is 6:30 pm on a first-come/first-served basis. Attendance at Gospel service each day at 7:00 pm is mandatory. Dinner at 8:30 pm. Lunch is served Sundays after the 11 am service. Meals are open to everyone who attends the service - men, women and children. Clothing and shower for men available MTh 9:00-11:000 am, 1:00-2:45 pm, Friday 9:00-11:00 am
Volunteers of America – A Street Shelter for Aid and Kind 1400 North A Street, Building B Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 448-5507 Hours: Seven days a week, 24 hours Intake: Through GA Eligibility: Homeless single men 30 day shelter providing food, housing and referral services for up to 60 homeless men. Staff helps shelter residents access other housing opportunities; refers to drug and alcohol treatment programs if needed.
WEAVE 1900 K Street Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 920-2952 - 24-hour crisis line (916) 448-2321 - Counseling (916) 448-2321 - Business (866) 920-2952 - 24-hour crisis line Toll Free Hours: Seven days a week, 24-hours Shelter for domestic violence victims Languages: Spanish; ASL, Hmong, Russian, Tagalog by appointment Intake: Telephone Eligibility: Male or female victims of domestic violence and sexual assault Temporary shelter and support services to victims of domestic violence and their children who are in crisis and need a safe place to stay; social service advocacy and referrals; emergency transportation, food and clothing; child abuse identification and intervention; and legal information and referral.