Hollister Homeless Shelters & Services For The Needy

Welcome to our Hollister, 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 Hollister, 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 Hollister California

My Father's House

Hollister, CA 95023
831-801-7775
My Father's House provides a place for those who are homeless or in need, to rest their weary soles and rest their weary soul.We provide showers, bathroom,clean clothes,food,blankets,hygiene items.fellowship,prayer and Bible study,telephone,internet,e-mail, court advocacy for drug and alcohol placem
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Home Resource Center Warming Center

Hollister, CA 95023
(831) 801-4234
H.O.M.E ( Housing Opportunities Meals Empowerment) Resource Center. Formerly known as San Benito County Warming Shelter Opened on December 1, 2017. 1161 San Felipe Rd, Hollister, CA. Bus pick-up service is available. Warm bed, hot meal, shower and locker. First stop is at 4:30 pm – Straw
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La Isla Pacifica Shelter For Women and Children

Gilroy, CA 95020
13.88 miles from city center Hollister
877.363.7238
For battered women and children under 18, no males over 12. Call for information.La Isla Pacifica is Community Solutions’ emergency confidential shelter for women and children who are survivors of domestic violence and are seeking safety. This program provides supportive services towar
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Victory Mission, Inc.

Salinas, CA 93901
18.24 miles from city center Hollister
831-424-5688
Intake for evening dinner is 6:15pm (all are welcome). Overnight lodging (men only) intake is 7:15pm.There is a requested donation of $2.00 for overnight lodging. Services to the homeless and needy (blankets (during winter days), cups of ice, water bottles, food ite
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Salinas Women's Shelter

Salinas, CA 93906
18.42 miles from city center Hollister
831-422-2201
Emergency Shelter for Women and Women with Children. Both women who are homeless and those fleeing domestic violence. This is not a warming shelter. The residents return to the same bed each night during their stay. Area schools are set to receive the children so they don't fall behind. Emergency fo
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Pajaro Rescue Mission

Watsonville, CA 95076
19.21 miles from city center Hollister
(831) 724-9576
Our emergency services are available 365 days a year. They include…        Bilingual Daily Bible services        Shelter for up to 35 homeless men        Nourishing meals twice
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HomeFirst Boccardo Family Living Center

San Jose, CA
20.05 miles from city center Hollister
(408) 686-1300
The Boccardo Family Living Center (BFLC) is a multi service transitional housing program for homeless families with children in South Santa Clara County. Located in the City of San Martin, the program provides 26 units of transitional housing specifically designed to serve one- and two-parent househ
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The Salvation Army Watsonville CA

Watsonville, CA 95076
20.11 miles from city center Hollister
(831) 724-0948
The Salvation Army Watsonville Corps serves those in need on daily basis through other social service programs: -- The Corner House, a 18-bed permanent housing facility dedicated to serving single mothers in drug and alcohol recovery. The program helps the mothers maintain sobriety an
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Pajaro Valley Shelter Services

Watsonville, CA 95076
20.49 miles from city center Hollister
(831) 728-5649
The Emergency Shelter is open 24 hours a day and families may reside in the Shelter for a maximum of three months. The Shelter’s current capacity is twenty-eight women and children who are generally referred to PV Shelter Services by other social service agencies, schools, civic and/or religious o
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Community Solutions Transitional Housing Program (THP)

Morgan Hill, CA 7130
23.08 miles from city center Hollister
408.779.2113
Office hours: Mondays through Fridays 9am - 5pm. Community Solutions’ Criminal Justice Transitional Housing Unit provides clean and sober living for 180 days or longer to adult males, age 18-59, who are enrolled in Commu
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Shelter Outreach Plus

Marina, CA 93933
23.12 miles from city center Hollister
8313843388
Shelter Outreach Plus is Monterey County's largest provider of homeless transitional housing and emergency shelters (including beds for those fleeing domestic violence). With 10 programs in 3 cities, we house an average of 200 persons nightly. Men. Women. Children. For all of our Tran
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