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Homeless people have nowhere to call home, and may end up living on the streets, in abandoned buildings, and in community shelters. There are many services dedicated to helping these people get a hot meal, helping their children obtain the shelter and education they need, and providing emergency care. Homeless services may be sponsored by government programs, through private companies, or through non-profit organizations. You may have walked in support of the homeless or made a few donations to area charities. These are all ways we can help. Homeless services offer even more alternatives, from food drives and pantries to shelters and mental health referrals. Homeless people are sometimes veterans, who have served in one or more of our wars. They can also be children. Volunteers at soup kitchens help feed the hungry. Shelters, missions, and non-profits sponsor community outreach programs for both youth and adults. Homeless people can get help through local food banks, pantry facilities, neighborhood food drives, and public housing. Members of a community can donate to these worthy causes, in order to keep them thriving. Charity work can involve volunteering at a shelter or donating money through the year to charitable entities. Therapists may volunteer their time at homeless shelters and programs as well to offer counseling resources for family members in need. Homeless support services can often be found in bulletin board postings at town halls, libraries, veterans centers, and senior centers. Social workers may assist young children in schools, and local shelters may offer beds for those in need.
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Three Vets Organization
237 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 94108
Help us fight homelessness among veterans. Contact us in San Francisco, CA, to support our veterans housing assistance program.
(628) 400-5838
Hope Family Shelter
528 W Yosemite Ave, Manteca, CA 95337
(209) 824-0652
Jordan's House
9616 Macarthur Blvd, Oakland, CA 94605
(510) 777-1000
Chance 4 Chance
1029 H St, Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 228-4348
Golden Rule Enterprises
5933 Sutter Ave, Carmichael, CA 95608
(916) 993-8275
Homeless Veterans Emergency Housing Facilities
526 Sacramento St, Palo Alto, CA 94303
(650) 324-3057
White Rock Village
2200 Valley View Pkwy, El Dorado Hills, CA 95762
(916) 941-2350
Shelter Network of San Mateo The
1580 Maple St, Redwood City, CA 94063
(650) 364-1150
Shelter Network
325 Villa Ter, San Mateo, CA 94401
(650) 558-8493
United Outreach
6940 Perks Ct, Placerville, CA 95667
(530) 622-8533
Homeless Youth Alliance
1696 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 565-1942
Yuba Sutter Vetran Stand Down
604 D St, Marysville, CA 95901
(530) 749-1036
Salvation Army
408 J St, Marysville, CA 95901
(530) 749-2148

Homeless shelters will give the support people need when they don't have anywhere else to go. They will take in adults and children to feed and counsel them. Many will have outreach programs for the youth or adults to help them get any mental health needs met, find them a job, or locate low-income housing for those that are having trouble making the money to keep the home they have now. A family with a history of domestic violence can often find refuge in a shelter while figuring out what they need to do next. Volunteers will often work in kitchens to make soup to donate to the local homeless shelters. Many neighborhoods will offer help, whether it's temporary or long term. Non profit organizations will use its resources to help its community veterans, children, and adults to get the support they need to get their life back on track. Charity groups will have missions on what to do throughout the year and ways they can help feed the homeless population. Soup kitchens will have food distributed from local companies and charities that have worked together to give them a supply to work with. If you want to find a homeless shelter, you can look online or in a local phone book. If you want to volunteer, a local church or school may have information for you. You can call and ask how you can become a volunteer for the organization or find different ways you can help if you're unable to visit the location in person.
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