California Women's Shelters
Welcome to our California page. We provide listings of shelters, transitional housing, residential treatment centers and women's residential services.
On the lower right we have listed all of the cities in California where we have shelters. Search using the list on the right or using our search box below. Where possible we found other services such as government and non profit agencies to help women in need. We hope you find this information helpful.
If you are looking to donate to these shelters, we also provide the phone numbers and contact websites. Unfortunately this list is not all inclusive. If you see we are missing a shelter, please help us by adding it to our list.
Volunteers of America\'s Family Shelter, which opened in October 2009, is a unique shelter in Sacramento, designed to accommodate couples with children, single fathers with children, and families with teenage boys. The needs of as many as 12 families are met here, with 62 beds, and three meals proviView Full Details
Women\'s Resource Center services encompass the diverse and comprehensive needs of individual and families impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault. These services include: a shelter for battered women and their children; crisis intervention service. Full list of services provided: The WView Full Details
Newport Beach Women\'s Detox is a welcoming destination for women. Exclusive detoxification center for women with substance abuse issues. Newport Beach Womens Detox\'s objective is to provide alcoholic and drug addicted women a safe place to find sobriety. We believe that the gender specific reView Full Details
Porterville Women\'s shelter program. Call for more information.View Full Details
TO CREATE AND MAINTAIN A SOBER LIVING RESIDENCE FOR WORKING WOMEN.View Full Details
We are a shelter for pregnant women in need. Pregnant women can live at our home during their pregnancy and until the baby is 3 months old. Please check out our website for more information.View Full Details
Largest homeless services agency in the San Gabriel Valley region. We operate 7 programs to help homeless adults and families achieve self-sufficiency. Key programs include: Passageways Intake Center, Adult Center, Family Center, and Euclid Villa Traditional Housing.View Full Details
Residential facility for women. Must not have children. Contact for further details. The Big Sister League was established in early 1942, by Frances Steele Woods. The League currently owns two homes in the Hillcrest area., one on Redwood St (Est 1942) and the Mary McAfee home, also knView Full Details
Working directly with battered women. Provides battered women\'s resources and assistance.View Full Details
Our mission is to minister the love and grace of Jesus Christ to homeless women in the South Bay by providing a safe and nurturing environment where they can receive food, clothing, temporary shelter and spiritual encouragement in their present life circumstances. We seek to identify the extreme chView Full Details