Homeless Services Center

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The Homeless Services Center provides shelter and day services to homeless individuals and families. We have 4 programs that make up the Homeless Services Center. Our Rebele Family Shelter houses up to 28 families at a time for 6 months. While in our shelter, families meet with case workers to help find jobs and housing. Our Page Smith Community House provides transitional housing for adult men and women for 12 months. Our Day Resource Center provides an array of day services such as meals, showers, laundry facilities, lockers, and employment assistance. And our Emergency Shelter Program runs in the winter months to provide emergency shelter for single adults.

115 Coral Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Mission Statement: 

The Homeless Services Center is dedicated to the coordinated provision of services for homeless persons. The goal of the Homeless Services Center is to provide both emergency and transitional services to homeless individuals and families that will enable our clients to achieve self-sufficiency.

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