180/2020 is a multi-agency community initiative in Santa Cruz County, CA to help men, women, and families who have experienced long-term homelessness turn their lives around. We will help them move into permanent housing with the support services they need to stay housed, thereby changing ...[Full Record]
The Association of Faith Communities (AFC) is an unincorporated association of local faith communities in Northern Santa Cruz County. The Association formed to foster coordination between faith communities, to support the efforts of our members in their collective ministries to people who ...[Full Record]
We serve individuals who are challenged by loss, poverty, and stigma associated with a diagnosis of mental illness or experience as a foster youth. Services include dual diagnosis treatment, mental health counseling, residential treatment, emergency shelter, case management, permanent supp...[Full Record]
HSC’s Coral Street Campus organizations and initiatives support people where they are in their experience of homelessness, and assist each person along his or her own path to stable housing, improved health and well-being, community integration, and independent living....[Full Record]
The Jesus Mary Joseph Home (JMJ) is a shelter for homeless women, children and the terminally ill. JMJ provides a Christ centered living situation in a Catholic Christian tradition and is an additional community outreach of St. Francis Catholic Kitchen. It was founded in 1989 and provide...[Full Record]
Nightly shelter for homeless men in a Christian community. Dormitory atmosphere, dinner and breakfast served, cots and showers provided. Guests attend a Christian service. 7-7:30pm bible service, dinner following.
Our emergency services are available 365 days a year. They include:
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111 Railroad Avenue
PO Box: 245
The goal of the Vet Center program is to provide a broad range of counseling, outreach, and referral services to eligible veterans in order to help them make a satisfying post-war readjustment to civilian life.
To schedule an appointment, call the Vet Center at (831) 464-4574. The hou...[Full Record]
The Santa Cruz and Watsonville Free Guides are quick single sheets designed to be printed easily, folded and distributed without excessive expense, to people who might need them; especially people experiencing homelessness.
The list of resources include meals, showers, access to public ...[Full Record]
La Guía gratuita de Santa Cruz intenta ofrecer unos recursos disponibles para las personas sin hogar en Santa Cruz y Watsonville. Es una lista de horarios y lugares donde uno puede recibir comida caliente y gratis, alimentos sin costa, baños públicos y ayuda en general gratuita....[Full Record]
Warming Center Program ensures that no one has to sleep outside on the worst nights of winter.
There are far too few traditional shelter beds and not everyone can access them when and where they need to. On nights of extreme temperature and rain, we create the opportunity for everyone...[Full Record]