Berkeley Food & Housing Project works with people experiencing homelessness to move them into affordable permanent housing as quickly as possible – and to help them remain housed. To facilitate this, we provide an extensive range of food, housing, and social support services over 6 counties – Alameda, Solano, Contra Costa, Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Amador. Our portfolio includes programming specifically designed for the chronically homeless, those with disabilities and serious mental illness, and veterans.
If you are homeless, please call 211
Berkeley Food & Housing Project does not discriminate against nor exclude any qualified individual with a disability in its services, programs, or activities. If you require a reasonable accommodation due to your disability, you can request one during the screening/assessment process and we will do our best in our compliance and consideration to your needs.
Permanent Supportive Housing
Long-term housing with supportive services for those living with serious mental illness.