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LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA #65631329


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  • 4390 47th Avenue
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-453-2900

Lutheran Social Services (LSS) offers transitional and permanent housing programs to people who are homeless

Each program has their own referral process, and you may call 916-453-2900 to learn more about a specific program and/or the referral process.

They offer rapid re housing programs for youth. Youth are persons between the ages of 18-23 years old.

For a referral call: Sacramento Steps Forward 916-577-9770 to find out where you can complete an assessment.

Saybrook is a permanent supportive housing program for adults with disabilities who have a minor child living with them.

Go to www.sacwaitlist.com to complete an application.

Disabled single adult permanent supportive housing programs are also available.

To be eligible you must be disabled AND chronically homeless (homeless a year or longer OR has had four episodes of homelessness in the past three years).

For a referral call: Sacramento Steps Forward 916-577-9770.
MY SISTER'S HOUSE

MY SISTER'S HOUSE #65631010


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  • 3053 Freeport Boulevard
    Sacramento, Sacramento
local_phone
  • Business Office
    916-930-0626

My Sister’s House serves Asian and Pacific Islander and other underserved women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking by providing a culturally appropriate and responsive safe haven, job training, and community services.
NSJ WARMING SHELTER - NSJCC

NORTH SAN JUAN COMMUNITY CENTER #70463551


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  • 29190 State Highway 49
    North San Juan, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-522-8205

To find out if the shelter will open, and learn about volunteering:
Join our Facebook page NSJ Warming Shelter - https://www.facebook.com/groups/3063801856979582/

When we’re open
The North San Juan Warming Shelter will be open on nights 37 degrees F. (formerly 34) and below or on the 3rd consecutive night of rain. The forecast model we follow is NOAA.gov with zip code 95960.

See NOAA.gov forecast here for zip code 95960, Reader Ranch stationhttps://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=39.4243&lon=-121.005#.YXGOrhrMI2w

The shelter will open around 5pm and serve dinner until 7pm on the front porch.

We have patio heaters to create cozy safe space on the porch. Only overnight guests are permitted in the building and masks are required 100% of the time while in the building - that includes overnight.

Breakfast is served in the morning on the way out of the shelter and close doors at 8am.

We are doing our best to create a safe environment for our shelter guests and s… [read more]
NTTHS EMERGENCY DAY RESPITE CENTER - AMIH

AMI HOUSING, INC #70220557


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  • 10079 Church Street
    Truckee, Nevada

Emergency Day Respite Center is available for day use only.

The Emergency Day Respite Center provides:
  • Warm meals
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Case Management
  • Access to counseling, community, and basic necessities
  • Longer-term support when possible

HOURS
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9 am to 2 pm.

LOCATION
Church of the Mountains at 10079 Church Street, Truckee, CA 96161
(This is the new location as of June 1, 2021. Lower level.)

CONTACT
For more information please email: NTTHS@amihousing.org

DONATIONS
Call NTTHS program phone at 530-386-7954 to inquire if we are receiving donations. DO NOT DROP OFF DONATIONS WITHOUT CALLING. We may accept donations at Church of the Mountains at 10079 Church Street during open hours. The Emergency Respite Day Center asks for items such as:
  • Unopened travel size shampoo, conditioner, body wash, soap, and/or hand cream
  • Disinfectant wipes and Lysol spray
  • Backpacks
  • Individually wrapped Grab & Go food items such as gran…
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NTTHS EMERGENCY WARMING CENTER - AMIH

AMI HOUSING, INC #4663835


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  • 10079 Church Street
    Truckee, Nevada

Open seasonally November 1st-April 30th, 6 pm to 8 am.

During the coronavirus pandemic, the Emergency Warming Center will continue to stay open on weather-triggered nights for up to 14 guests.

UPDATES
  • To check if the EWC is OPEN call: 530-386-7954.
  • To receive email updates AND/OR If you have questions about North Tahoe-Truckee Homeless Services (NTTHS), including the Emergency Warming Center or Emergency Day Respite Center, contact NTTHS@amihousing.org.

WEATHER TRIGGERS FOR THE EWC TO OPEN:
  • A temperature of 15 degrees F. for 4 hours overnight or windchill of 15 degrees or less for a period of 4 hours overnight
  • One foot or more of snow is predicted overnight
  • Other severe or extreme weather condition/s as forecasted by the National Weather Service such as heavy rain or winds
  • and sufficient staff and/or volunteer coverage
See NOAA.gov forecast for zip code 96161: https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=39.3216&lon=-120.1688#.YXGNahrMI2w

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PROJECT ROOM KEY - FEMA

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY #68094642


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  • Washington, District Of Columbia

As of 4/20/2022 Project Room Key in Placer County is not accepting new guests. The use of the PRK site is currently being reevaluated and therefore we are unable to issue a referral to that program at this time.

As of 6/10/2020 Project Room Key was discontinued in Nevada County.

Project Room Key (PRK) is a Homeless Assistance Program designed to help residents Shelter in Place during the COVID-19 crisis. The program supplies hotel room vouchers to individuals who qualify. The program is primarily funded by FEMA. People in PRK who are not isolating for COVID-19 are able to come and go daily to jobs, doctor appointments, etc.

Eligibility & Requirements for Project Roomkey
  • Must have current Coordinated Entry
  • Must currently be homeless
  • Must be a Placer County resident
AND 1 OF THE FOLLOWING (or both)
  • Over age 65
  • Have any COVID19 risk factor:
 
Chronic Lung Disease (COPD, Emphysema, Cystic Fibrosis, Pulmonary Fibrosis, chronic Bronchitis)
Serious Heart Condition
I…
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ROSEVILLE HOME START

ROSEVILLE HOME START #65631094


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  • 410 Riverside Avenue
    Roseville, Placer
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-782-6667

Roseville Home Start successfully transitions homeless families with children into affordable, sustainable, permanent housing and self-reliance through a system of housing and support services that is comprehensive, flexible, accessible and accountable.

Our Mission is to provide hope to homeless families, by assisting them in their move to self-sufficiency. We provide a safe, stable, drug-free, violence-free environment for children to live with their families.

Major components of the program include transitional housing, case management, budgeting, life skills training, therapy and permanent housing placement. Families reside at Home Start for one year, then continue under Home Start's case management for an additional year upon successfully moving into their own permanent housing.

Home Start provides shelter and comprehensive services to 150-200 clients per year.
SAFE HOUSE - STAND UP PLACER

STAND UP PLACER #65744980


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  • PO Box 5462
    Auburn, Placer

The Safe House is located in a secure and confidential location, offering survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking in Placer County a safe place to heal and recover.

The Safe House Program is designed to empower survivors and develop strategies to stay safe and build their future.

This includes access to:
  • Emergency necessities
  • Advocacy
  • Classes
  • Case management
  • Weekly therapy

Stand Up Placer recognizes that children who have been living in a home with violence enter the safe house with their own special needs and concerns. Our children’s advocate will work with parents and therapists to assess each child entering the safe house and develop a program which meets the individual needs of each child.

Call the 24-hour crisis line at 800-575-5352 to find out if the Safe House Program is the next move for you.

Websites:
SAFEHOUSE - CBV

COMMUNITY BEYOND VIOLENCE #39335123


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  • 1020 McCourtney Road, Suite C
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-290-6555

Provides emergency confidential shelter where necessary for victims of domestic violence and their children who are in immediate danger. A shelter stay provides an opportunity for men, women to be safe, to access the resources they and their children need, and to draw up a plan for their future.

24 hr crisis line: 530-272-3467
Text: 530-290-6555
Chat: cbv.org or rc.chat/cbv
Business line: 530-272-2046

This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources.
SHORE OF HOPE

SHORE OF HOPE #65631440


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  • 110 6th Street
    West Sacramento, Yolo
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    916-372-0200

We offer four agency programs, which include Transitional Housing, Outreach, Child Development, and Transportation. Within these programs we have subprograms, which help to provide a deeper focus in the areas that need it most.

These include Slavic Women’s Health Outreach, Rapid Rehousing, housing for foster youth leaving the system, providing an emergency shelter for victims of crime, and operating a Food Closet. These programs help to strengthen each person’s life skills and allow them to receive the care and nourishment they need to reestablish and implement a healthy, productive lifestyle.