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.
Immediate help for victimsA key component of Contra Costa County's safety net, STAND! addresses violence on several fronts to build safe and strong families and to provide shelter and resources for victims escaping violent homes. 24-Hour, Toll-Free Crisis Line: 1.888.215.5555STAND! For FamilieView Full Details
OPENING FALL/WINTER 2015 Please Call 353-7848 on updates! The Bloom Center Maternity Day Shelter Program. A day shelter program for women to rest, receive healthy meals, supportive services, mentoring, life skills. On Jan 5th 2016 young women will be able to attend our 7th-12th grade educView Full Details
Our vision is a community united to ensure every child and adult is free from poverty.Agency Hours Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9AM to 4PM Tuesday: 9AM to 6PM Friday: 9AM to NoonRegister for services Mon, Wed & Thurs: 9AM to 3PM&nbView Full Details
About Help is On The Way Help Is On The Way provides accommodations for transitional living, mental health housing, and sober living in LA. This environment fosters opportunities to participate in menu planning and food preparation, develop and experience positive relationships, receive asView Full Details
InnVision Shelter Network serves families at six shelters throughout Silicon Valley and the Peninsula, helping them transition to permanent housing and self-sufficiency. We provide opportunities that build brighter futures for the next generation.Our successful â€œBeyond the Bedâ€ servicesView Full Details
New Hope Family ShelterThe New Hope Family Shelter has six-month transitional programs housed in a modern facility. The New Life Program - Addiction Treatment and New Life Program - Life Skills are for homeless women with or without children.The goal is to move women and their families to a place ofView Full Details
We are committed to assisting and advocating for victims of domestic violence.View Full Details
HomeAid\'s ability to bring the community together to provide a basic need like housing continues to help homeless families and individuals rebuild their lives. HomeAid has leveraged this ability to expand direct services to the community through the following service programs: HomeAid, EsseView Full Details
Our offices in the Bayview include a dedicated Resource Center for homeless children, teens, adults and their families. The Resource Center is a bright, open space with breezy drapes, carpeting, and cozy couches. Neatly presented toys and games, child-sized tables and chairs, and an enormous teddy bView Full Details
To provide assistance to and advocacy for, the homeless and near homeless persons in the City of Corona through collaboration, and leveraging of all available resources using a network of service providers. The Circle of Hope Family Shelter in Corona, California is the last resort housing for many fView Full Details