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Programs

Men's Emergency Lodge
Men's Emergency Lodge

Men's Emergency Lodge

This program meets the physical and spiritual nightly housing needs of homeless men, women and children from the surrounding communities of San Joaquin County. The Emergency Lodge program provides up to 90 homeless, single men with food, clothing and shelter during an incidence of homelessness. The client can access sources of spiritual inspiration, medical help, employment, addiction treatment and more during his stay (Support this program!). Learn More


New Hope Family Shelter
New Hope Family Shelter

New Hope Family Shelter

New Hope Family Shelter is a transitional housing program for single women and children. This program provides the student and up to 50 children with basic needs of food clothing and shelter while they resolve the immediate issues leading to their homelessness and develop skills to avoid homelessness in the future. Program components include education, work skill development, addiction treatment, anger management and budgeting to name a few (Support this program!). Learn More


New Life Program
New Life Program

New Life Program

This is a recovery life program to manage life from addiction to recovery for men and women providing classes dealing with spiritual, emotional and physical issues. The New Life Program is a six month addiction treatment program. The program offers a clean, sober environment, education in recovery issues along with overcoming family dysfunction issues, life skills, nutrition, parenting and Christian counseling. The second phase of the New Life Program is where student's begin to make and pay restitution to society. They begin employment and/or go to school and pay for program fees. The final phase extends for additional 2.5 years for stability in the Hope Housing residences. (Support this program!). Learn More


Hope Learning Center
Hope Learning Center

Hope Learning Center

Hope Learning Center affords New Life Program clients (men and women) the opportunity to learn or improve basic skills such as reading, writing, and math leading toward earning a GED (Support this program!) . Learn More


 

Representative Payee Program

This is a service designed to assist clients who receive Social Security Income (SSI) for disability and/or mental health problems to manage and budget their monthly checks. This program offers homeless individuals a safe place to rest while completing their medical recovery after being released from hospitals throughout the county. Representative Payee Program assists Social Security Disability Income clients with managing and budgeting their monthly income. (Support this program!). Learn More


Clothing PLUS Program

Our clothing room provides more than 70,000 pieces of clothing, household items and books to the community each year. Clothing for work or dress, household items and furniture are available to the homeless, low-income families, our program students and anyone else in need. All items are free of charge though we do accept voluntary donations (Support this program!).


Respite Care Program
Recuperative Care Program

Recuperative Care Program

Formed in response to the need for recuperative beds for the homeless due to an illness or medical condition. Upon referral from a doctor, hospital social worker or other homeless service agency we will provide a 24 hour bed to recuperate. The length of stay will vary, depending on individual need (Support this program!). Learn More