Humanitarian Action Network, Inc.

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Alert

If you are unsheltered in Sacramento and need emergency water, food or bedding, please call us at 800-683-9275. We have limited resources but will do our best to accommodate requests.  If you reach our voicemail, please leave detailed instructions on how to find you. We will need your name, cross-streets, and what you are  wearing at a minimum.

Warm up or cool down: Public Community Centers & Libraries

HOTLINES

All of the below are available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week:


Domestic Violence Hotline - 800-799-SAFE

Rape Crisis Line (WEAVE) Domestic violence and sexual assault 916-920-2952 

Sacramento Detox Center (New Dawn) 916-260-2487

Suicide  Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255 or click here for live chat

Youth Crisis Line  1-800-843-5200 

OTHER RESOURCES

Department of Human Assistance 916-874-2072

DMV Assistance & Job Development - Francis House 916-443-2646

HOPE Cooperative - Provides mental health and supportive housing services 916-441-0123

HOPE Cooperative - Mental Health Crisis Line 916-737-7483

iCAN Crime Victims Assistance Network 916-273-3603

Job Program - Salvation Army 916-442-0303

Legal Services 916-444-6760

Welfare Rights 916-736-0616

sacramento Emergency shelters

Partial list of shelters is below. There are not enough shelters for 70% of the people who are experiencing homelessness in Sacramento. 

The Salvation Army Center of Home

The Salvation Army Center of Home

The Salvation Army Center of Home

1200 North B Street, Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

M-F 8 am - 4:30 pm


Intake:

M-F starting at 9 am


(916) 442-0331


Registration for waiting list at Salvation Army lobby M-F


Population Served:

Adult Men & Women


Services Available:

  • 24/7 24/7 law barrier, 30-60 day shelter
  • Case management including housing and employment referral services
  • Three meals/day
  • Laundry services
  • Onsite medical, dental, support group, AA, NAA and behavioral health services

Safe Ground Pilgrimage

The Salvation Army Center of Home

The Salvation Army Center of Home

Rotating churches downtown:


  • Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
  • Bayside Church - Midtown campus
  • First Church of the Nazarene
  • First United Methodist Church
  • St. John's Lutheran Church


Hours of Operation: 

6-10 nights per month but typically only available Monday nights and some various week nights. See schedule at www.pilgrimagesac.org


5 pm - 7 am

Arrive no earlier than 5 pm


(916) 862-8649


Population Served:

Adult Men & Women


Services Available:

  • Bed count varies; shelter often limited to 75 guests; 60+ and severly handicapped get priority admission
  • Meals included

VOA A Street Shelter

The Salvation Army Center of Home

WIND Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Shelter

1400 North A Street, Bldg B, Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

Weekly intake for walk-ins on Mondays

8 pm - 6 am


(916) 442-0331


  • Must arrive Mondays at 8 pm to add name to weekly priority list
  • Only available beds given to those on list at 8 pm each night


Population Served:

Adult Men


Services Available:

  • Up to 90 days of services
  • Shelter, meals, transportation, personal-need items
  • housing and employment services


WIND Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Shelter

WIND Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Shelter

WIND Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Shelter

Confidential location


Mailing Address:

815 S Street, Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

Shelter 24-hour hotline

24/7 including holidays


(916) 561-4900


Intake for Emergency Shelter:

(800) 339-7177


  • Must go to drop-in center at 3671 5th Ave. to get on waitlist
  • Call and check in once a week - minimum 3 weeks before


Population Served:

Young Adults 12 - 24


Services Available:

  • Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Physical and Mental Health
  • Crisis Management

VOA Senior Safe House

WIND Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Shelter

VOA Senior Safe House

Confidential location


Admin Office:

3434 Marconi Ave., Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

24/7


(916) 874-9377


  • Referral through Adult Protective Services
  • Only abused/neglected/exploited seniors
  • TB test required


Population Served:

Adult men and women age 62+


Services Available:

  • Nutritious meals
  • Emotional support
  • Social interaction and reassurance
  • Connections to mental health, medical, and housing services

Family Promise Center

WIND Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Shelter

VOA Senior Safe House

Rotating Host Congregations


1321 N. C Street, Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

8 am - 5 pm


(916) 443-3107


Must call center to apply to program, then will receive phone interview to see if qualified


Population Served:

Parents and their minor children


Services Available:

  • Sleeping at host congregations then transported back to the Family Promise Center for daytime services
  • Stay on case-by-case basis
  • 90-day program

Next Move Shelter

Union Gospel Mission

VOA Family Shelter

8001 Folsom Blvd., Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

Admin Office

Monday - Friday

9 am - 5 pm


(916) 454-2120


General Inquiries:

info@nextmovesacramento.org


Housing-related Inquiries:

housing@nextmovesacramento.org



Population Served:

Parents and their minor children


Services Available:

  • Short-term emergency housing
  • Supportive services for families for up to 30 days
  • Comprehensive case management, housing, and employment location support
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VOA Family Shelter

Union Gospel Mission

VOA Family Shelter

Central:

2700 Fulton Ave., Sacramento


North:

5747 Watt Ave., North Highlands

3960 Research Dr., Sacramento


East:

10013 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova


South:

2450 Florin Road, Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

24/7


(916) 443-4688


  • Self-register at shttps://dhaservices.saccounty.net/efs
  • For assistance, call Sacramento County DHA at (916) 874-3100
  • TB test required

Population Served:

Parents and their minor children


Services Available:

  • Emergency shelter
  • 3 meals/day
  • Support services: transportation, permanent housing referrals, education and job-search information

Union Gospel Mission

Union Gospel Mission

Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) Safehouse

400 Bannon Street, Sacramento


Hours of Operation:

24/7


(916) 447-3268


  • Arrive at 5:30 pm with ID and TB test
  • Out between 5:30 am and 6 am
  • Max stay of 7 days


Population Served:

Adult Men


  • In-house drug and alcohol program (9 month duration)
  • Beds, food, clothes
  • Winter warming center
  • Counseling service through spiritual guidance for men

Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) Safehouse

Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) Safehouse

Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) Safehouse

Confidential location


Hours of Operation:

24/7


Crisis Hotline: (916) 920-2952


Must call crisis support line to receive an assessment to be entered into the program.


Population Served:

Women and children survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault


Services Available:

  • Walk-in triage assessment for abused and battered women and children
  • Crisis counseling, safe houses for women and children
  • Temporary emergency housing
  • Emergency transportation, food, and clothing
  • Transitional housing for clients who complete Safehouse program
  • Advocacy, assistance, referrals, crisis intervention, counseling, case management, support groups
  • Child abuse intervention
  • School advocacy for school-age children, children's program assessment, structured play group
  • Medical advocacy, and mental health referrals




My Sister's House Safe Haven Shelter

Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) Safehouse

My Sister's House Safe Haven Shelter

Confidential location


Hours of Operation:

M - F

8:30 am - 5:30 pm


(916) 428-3271


  • Targeted toward Asian and Pacific Islander women
  • Must call (916) 428-3271 for assessment


Population Served:

Women and children survivors of domestic violence


Services Available:

  • 13 beds/90-day shelter
  • Safe haven and transitional house
  • Women-to-Work program available for all ethnicities

A Community for Peace: Harmony House

Women Escaping a Violent Environment (WEAVE) Safehouse

My Sister's House Safe Haven Shelter

6060 Sunrise Vista Dr., Ste. 2340, Citrus Heights


Office Hours of Operation:

M - F

10 am - 4 pm


24-hour crisis hotline

(916) 728-7210


  • Crisis hotline or referrals by police/hospitals
  • Only those considered to be in imminent danger
  • Stay 2-3 days or case-by-case basis; 24/7 access


Population Served:

Women, men, and children survivors of domestic violence


Services Available:

  • 24-hour crisis hotline
  • Individual peer counseling
  • Group peer counseling
  • Emergency shelter for domestic violence and human trafficking 
  • Emergency food and clothing
  • Court and social services advocacy
  • Legal assistance, assistance with restraining orders and custody disputes
  • Household or residence establishment assistance
  • Business center and victim assistance
  • Transportation support 
  • Community resources and referral for clients