Welcome to our Oakland, California page. We provide listings of: women's shelters, family shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and other residential services for women.
Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics, and best of all supportive housing options. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.
In these tough times, shelters are needing your donation help more than ever. Contact the shelters at the phone numbers provided to donate your items. Most shelters also are always looking for volunteers. Look to your homeless shelters for volunteer opportunites. I list addresses, phone numbers, websites and shelter comments on my shelter details pages. Please help and get involved.
The mission of the Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center (WDDC) is to empower women and children to move from the streets to a home by providing ongoing and intensive counseling, case management services, transitional housing and a safe daytime refuge.View Full Details
Building Futures mission is to build communities with underserved women and children where they are safely and supportively housed, free from homelessness and family violence. Building Futures serves Alameda County's most at-risk families, homeless women and their children, who are concurrently dealView Full Details
The mission of Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco (ECS) is to help people who are homeless or very low-income obtain the shelter, housing, jobs, and essetial services in order to maintain permanent housing and to live as fully as they can.View Full Details
The mission of SafeHouse is to provide a clean and sober living community to empower homeless prostituted women to attain needed skills and resources in order to live independently.View Full Details
Community Awareness and Treatment Services is the first step of getting people at risk off the streets. Incorporated in 1978 to provide a continuum of care for people with substance abuse problems, CATS' focus is on the ''hardest to serve'' homeless, those who are dually diagnosed with addiction, phView Full Details
La Casa de las Madres was founded in 1976 by a group of Bay Area women, most of whom had experienced domestic violence as victims or as daughters of abused mothers. Deeply motivated by the death of her mother, one of the founders set forth to establish a place where women could seek refuge from domeView Full Details
HCN's Mission is to decrease the trauma of homelessness and domestic violence,as well as to increase the strength and effectiveness of the HCN Collaborative.Homeless children and families are referred by HCN's collaborative of nineteen Emergency, TransitiView Full Details
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The Asian Women's Shelter mission is to eliminate domestic violence by promoting the social, economic, and political self-determination of women.View Full Details