Escondido Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Escondido, California Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for Escondido, CA and surrounding cities.



We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. Homeless clinic and treatment center resources are also provided on the right navigational bar.

Many shelters also provide services such as alcohol and drug rehab treatment along with clinics. I try to provide as much information as possible on my details pages.



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Active Listings In Escondido California

Hidden Valley House

Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 480-0055
Provides temporary, emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and their children. Offers safety planning, crisis counseling, advocacy services and assistance with obtaining long-term safe housing. Our trained staff encourages clients to take new steps, break old patterns, and bu
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Merle’s Place Transitional Housing

San Diego, CA
0.62 miles from city center Escondido
(760) 489-6380
Merle’s Place provides 48 transitional shelter beds for North San Diego County’s most vulnerable homeless populations: the disabled, senior citizens and veterans. KMA Architecture & Engineering donated its’ services to design a shelter that features dormitory-style bedrooms, bathro
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Inland Service Center

Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 489-6380
If you are in need of help from any of our programs and services, please understand that we cannot evaluate your needs through email or over the phone. You must come to one of our service centers during walk-in hours:
 
Social Services walk-in hours for new
clients:
Inland S
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Tikkun Home Temporary Emergency Shelter Women

Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 489-6380
Provides temporary emergency shelter for homeless mentally or emotionally disturbed women. All meals are provided in a home-like setting. Case planning, counseling, and advocacy are offered. Referral required from Health and Human Services Agency North Inland County Mental Health. imited to mentally
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New Resolve Residential Program Transitional Substance Abuse Program

Escondido, CA 92025
(760) 745-7829
Provides long-term, transitional shelter for homeless males and females with a history of substance abuse. Offers job training, job placement, and supportive services. 33 of program beds are for Veteran and 11 for Non-Veterans.

Limited to homeless males or females 18 years of age and o
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Escondido Family Services Salvation Army

Escondido, CA 92026
(760) 745-8685
Provides emergency assistance to persons in need, including food and formula and/or diapers when available. Also provides referrals to other agencies. Transitional case management is required for other assistance and may include gasoline vouchers for disabled persons with verifiable medical appointm
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Operation HOPE - Vista

Vista , CA 92084
10.64 miles from city center Escondido
(760) 536-3880
Operation HOPE-Vista is an emergency shelter for single women and families with children in Vista, California.

Community outreach program assisting homeless women and families with children of North San Diego County, California.

Office Hours:
Monday through Friday
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La Posada de Guadalupe Shelter

Carlsbad, CA 90101
10.89 miles from city center Escondido
760-929-2322
Provides short-term housing and case management for homeless men and long-term housing for employed farm workers in North County.

Please call each morning between the hours of 8:00 am-10:00 am for bed availability. Bed availability changes daily. If eligible, cli
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Interfaith Community Services Coastal Service Center

Oceanside, CA 92057
15.63 miles from city center Escondido
760) 721-2117
If you are in need of help from any of our programs and services, please understand that we cannot evaluate your needs through email or over the phone. You must come to one of our service centers during walk-in hours:

Coastal Service Center Hours:
Walk-in Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:
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Bread of Life Winter Rescue Mission

Oceanside, CA 92054
16.68 miles from city center Escondido
(760) 722-0800
Provides food and shelter to homeless individuals in the North County areas.Open December 1, to March 31. Clients must pass drug test. Must register between 4:30pm to 6:00pm Monday-Friday to considered for shelter bed. If bed is available then one will be provided and if bed is not available then cl
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Belinda's Place

Lakeside, CA 92040
21.72 miles from city center Escondido
6194466945
Continuum of Care (CoC) Program designed to end homelessness. Residential Care Facility for the Elderly who are medically fragile. Wheel Chair accessible and ADA compliant. Single and double rooms available.
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East County Transitional Living Center

El Cajon, CA 92021
23.88 miles from city center Escondido
619-442-0457
PHone: 619-442-0457 extension: 1118
We are a transitional living center, in el cajon. We offer 5 different avenues of assistance. 1. Our voucher program to homeless families, single parents w/children. Seniors w/disasbilities. 2 Transitional living, clients pay rent and can stay up to 28 days
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San Diego Maternity Shelter

San Diego, CA 92108
24.98 miles from city center Escondido
(619) 692-0727
Provides safe and secure shelter with transitional living services for pregnant and parenting young women and their dependent children. MSP program assists pregnant and parenting young women that are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, develop the skills necessary to live independently while p
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Urban Street Angels at Mission Gathering Church

San Diego, CA 92104
25.84 miles from city center Escondido
(619) 415-6616
Urban Street Angels, a 501(c)3 organization, offers a shelter on Tuesday nights with a focus on transitional age youth (TAY). We provide dinner, breakfast the next morning, and a safe place to sleep, along with haircuts, resume and computer assistance, medical assistance and other services.

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San Diego Residential Substance Abuse Recovery

San Diego, CA 92104
26.21 miles from city center Escondido
619-260-1605
Offers a residential recovery program for homeless men with co-occurring disorders including substance abuse and mental illness.

In order to be admitted, must be homeless men ages 18 years with co-occurring disorders. Must have a referral from a mental health facility.

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Residential Treatment Recovery Housing

San Diego, CA 92104
26.21 miles from city center Escondido
619-260-1605
Offers a residential recovery program for homeless men with co-occurring disorders including substance abuse and mental illness.

Intake Procedure: phone or walk in with a referral from a mental health facility

no one is refused services due to inability to pay.
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