We had another wonderful group of volunteers at the beginning of June come give our North County Women’s Center a much needed spring (summer!) cleaning. The group was organized by our longtime community partner, Project Peace East Bay. They put on regular “Day’s of Service” where local faith-based groups and community members volunteer at East Bay social service providers, tackling their needs to support the work they do in education, homelessness, youth development, and more. We are honored and grateful to be a recipient of this good work!
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Tell them you are homeless and looking for help
If you are a homeless veterans call: 1-855-862-1804
As of November 1st, 2017 the coordinated entry system has become a county-wide system providing services for people who are homeless across Alameda County.
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with The Aquatic Residences to raise $10,000 for homeless services in Berkeley!
You can help by sharing or donating (even a quick share or small donation helps!) The Aquatic will match your donation dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000.
Go to: YouCaring.com/Aquatic
On Thursday, March 1st, 2018 we had a Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony for the Sacramento office of our homeless veteran services program, Roads Home. In attendance was Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Vice Mayor/Councilmember Steve Hansen (whose district the office is in) as well as Tracy Pullar Homeless Program Manager at the VA, and representatives from the Sacramento Metro Chamber. Also in attendance were representatives from the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department and our fellow service providers in the area. [Read More…] about Roads Home Sacramento Grand Opening