H.I.S. House (Homeless Intervention Shelter) - Placentia, CA

Contact information

907 N Bradford Ave
Placentia, CA 92870
: Phone: (714) 993-5774
: http://www.hishouseoc.org

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Description: H.I.S. House provides transitional shelter to families, single adults, and couples who are homeless but have the motivation and capability, with our assistance, to regain self-sufficiency. Residents plan to stay 120 to 180 days while they develop a source of permanent income and save money for housing. The shelter offers a home-like environment where families and couples stay in private bedrooms and singles share a bedroom.

HIS House program and services include:
   Individual Case Management
    One-to-one Career Development
    Childcare Assistance
    Life Skills Classes
    Budget and Finance Planning
    24 hour shelter with staff
    Referral to needed services and resources
    Resident Mentor Program
    Education Assistance
    Homework Club for children

Office Hours are from 9 to 5 daily.
The office is closed Weekends and Holidays.

Apply for H.I.S. House
Step One - Determine Program Openings
    Call the shelter Monday mornings after 9:00am at  714.993.5774
    Ask if there are any openings for your family size. If there is no space available, you will need to call back the next week. There is no waiting list.
Step Two - Check your Qualifications
    If there is an appropriate opening, check your eligibility with a Staff member
        Drug and Alcohol history
        Violent Crimes
        Ability to work
        Referrals from a social worker or another shelter
Step Three - Prepare for the Application and Interview
    Bring two forms of government ID
        Driver’s License, State Issued ID, Passport, Military ID
        Social Security card
    Bring contact information for your references
        Family references (2)
        Personal/Professional (2)
Interviews will be held when an opening is available for an eligible client.

Volunteers Requests by H.I.S. House (Homeless Intervention Shelter): Charity’s Closet is a volunteer staff. All proceeds go directly to the HIS HOUSE program.

Donation Requests by H.I.S. House (Homeless Intervention Shelter): Dropping off donations to be used at HIS HOUSE? Call the office at 714-993-5774 or take your donations to our thrift store Charity’s Closet at 134 Bradford Ave. Placentia, CA 92870.

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