2nd Avenue Transitional Housing For Single Men, San Diego Rescue Mission

Transitional Housing for single men for up to 24 months. Clients must be earning a permanent taxable income and be willing to complete thirty hours per week of work, school, or other structured activity in the community. Clients are required to pay a bed fee of 30% of their income and to save 30% of their income on a monthly basis.

Clients also participate in intensive weekly case management.

sdrminfo@sdrescue.org

STEPS Program, Salvation Army

Provides a comprehensive employment/transitional living program for homeless men. Clients must be alcohol and drug free and be willing to work full-time. Services include one-on-one case management; job-related preparation with accompanying workshops; employment counseling involving interest and aptitude testing, screening, case planning, budgeting, career development, and weekly follow-up for 9 weeks regarding employment retention; and active job development and job search assistance. The transitional housing supportive services include food and clothing, grooming facilities and supplies, and transportation in the form of bus tokens/passes. Referrals for other support services are provided if necessary.

St. Vincent de Paul Village Emergency Shelter

St. Vincent de Paul Village saves lives, inspires lives and changes the lives of our neighbors in need in the largest one-stop center in the region offering a comprehensive continuum of housing and services with no wrong door of entry or exit. The Village is located on a 3.5-block campus in the East Village neighborhood of downtown San Diego and serves families with children, single women, and single men including chronically homeless individuals, veterans and people living with addiction and/or mental illness. Providing 41 percent of all available transitional housing beds in the city of San Diego on a nightly basis, the Village is the largest residential homeless services provider in the city. The Village also manages 362 units of Permanent Supportive Housing providing people with a permanent solution to homelessness.

South Bay Community Services: Housing Services

With more than 400 units of affordable housing, SBCS is recognized as one of the regions most significant providers of affordable housing and supportive services. SBCS provides more than just shelter, residents are also offered support and resources such as fair housing assistance, financial literacy, counseling, job readiness training, tax services and more.

Main Office: (619) 420-3620

24-Hour Hotline: (800) 640-2933

Nueva Vida Haven

While San Diego sleeps, our staff is on duty serving as many as 60 women and children each night. Many are homeless and/or battered. Without Nueva Vida Haven, many would be alone on the streets.

Salvation Army: Emergency Shelter

Emergency shelters and transitional living centers provide housing, food, and overnight lodging for varying amounts of time to those in need. In addition, they provide educational, counseling and vocational services to homeless, destitute individuals and families, and youth where family care is undesirable or unavailable.

Center for Community Solutions: Project Safehouse and Hidden Valley House

Founded in 1969, Center for Community Solutions (CCS) helps more than 10,000 adults and children each year to heal and prevent relationship and sexual violence. CCS operates the only rape crisis center in the city of San Diego along with a countywide 24-hour bilingual crisis helpline. The nonprofit agency also provides emergency domestic violence shelters, hospital and court accompaniment, as well as legal and counseling services for those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. CCS also works with local community groups and schools to provide innovative prevention programs to promote healthy relationships and peaceful communities.

Project Safehouse: (619) 631-6442

Hidden Valley House: (760) 480-0055

ShelterListings.org

Shelter Listings is dedicated to serving the homeless and low-income. Our shelter list consists of over 4,000 listings and includes emergency shelters, homeless shelters, day shelters, transitional housing, residential drug/alcohol rehabilitation programs and permanent affordable housing.

Women’s Resource Center

Women’s Resource Center (WRC) is dedicated to providing the highest quality supportive services, counseling, shelter and education to North San Diego County women, children and men involved in or threatened by domestic violence or sexual assault.

Brother Benno’s Center

Brother Benno’s was started by Harold and Kay Kutler as a Soup Kitchen in downtown Oceanside. They named it after Brother Benno Garrity, a Benedictine monk who was well known for his tireless service to the poor in the Oceanside area. The first meal was served on October 21, 1983; and Brother Benno himself made a big cauldron of soup at his abbey and brought it to the little house that bore his name. For the first few years, those who came to the Kitchen were mainly street people. Now most of our guests are the working poor (parents and children who struggle on a daily basis for their most basic needs), the disabled, and low-income senior citizens. In order to provide these needs, Brother Benno’s has expanded its services beyond food