Resource Guide for the San Gabriel Valley PDF Print E-mail

The San Gabriel Valley Consortium on Homelessness has compiled a resource listing for many service providers in the San Gabriel Valley. Access the Resource Guide at http://sgvconsortium.net and click on the “resources” tab. Resource information is available for substance abuse services, dental care, health care, employment, domestic violence services, etc.

 
Winter Shelter Information PDF Print E-mail

Selected community non-profit homeless services providers will provide temporary nightly shelter to homeless persons in Los Angeles County. Those in need of emergency shelter are encouraged to go directly to one of the listed pick-up points for free transportation, rather than the site address, unless otherwise indicated. Most shelters will open at approximately 5:00 PM. For more information about the Shelters, please click here.

http://esgvchomeless.org/winter.shtml

 
Help for Those Facing Home Foreclosure PDF Print E-mail

The State of California Consumer Home Mortgage information website has helpful information and links. See

http://www.yourhome.ca.gov

 

 

 
Help for Those Facing Homelessness PDF Print E-mail
Volunteers of America West Covina Access & Outreach Center
1760 West Cameron Avenue Suite 104, West Covina CA 91790
(across the street from K-Mart, toward the back of the office complex)
Office Phone: 626-337-9878
Monday through Friday, 8am to 4:30pm
 
East San Gabriel Valley Coalition for the Homeless
in the St. Martin de Porres Center
St. John Vianney Church, Hacienda Hts CA 91745
Office phone: 626-333-7204
Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 1:30pm
 
The EAC Staff assists with emergency needs of the homeless and those at risk, including a sack lunch, showers, hygiene kits, bus tokens, gas vouchers, motel vouchers for families and counseling and advocacy for those who need help.  The clients often use the EAC office address to receive thier mail.
 
Keep Your Home California PDF Print E-mail

Keep Your Home California was established under the U.S. Treasury Department's Hardest Hit Fund. As part of this federal fund, California was allocated nearly $2 billion to help eligible homeowners avoid preventable foreclosures. So far, the program has provided assistance to more than 25,000 California households, each facing a serious financial hardship.

www.keepyourhomecalifornia.org

888-954-KEEP (5337)

Flyer/Income Limits:  pdfView PDF

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