Homeless Shelter For men

Homeless Shelter for Men

February 10th, 2014
Homeless Shelters for men in Sacramento
Three shelters for men. You must go to each one at their designated place and time to be put on their waiting list. You need to have a TB test» in order to receive a bed. There are no shelters for men with children, instead, dads with children apply to the family shelters. Also, there is no shelter for children with disabilities.
  1. Union Gospel Mission VOA
    400 North Bannon Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 map
    Ph. (916) 447-3268
    Provides a seven 7-night stay for single men. Be there at the black metal gate by 5:30 p.m. for a first come/first serve basis. You can have 7 nights in, then stay out for three nights, and come back for 7 more days. Preference usually given to "first timers" or new people, so let the staff know if this is your first time.
  2. Salvation Army
    200 North B Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 map
    Ph. (916) 442-0331 x0
    Emergency shelter provided for single men or women only. You must be at their B street lobby at 1:00 p.m. for placement onto the waiting list. Offers a 30 to 60 day shelter assisting in employment and housing independence.
  3. Adult Shelter VOA
    1400 North A Street, Building B, Sacramento, CA 95814 map
    Ph. (916) 448-5507
    You must show up the first time to have your name placed on the waiting list. Check in each day 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. - Intake is at 1:00 p.m. Call in each day for check-in after your name is on the list. When your name is close to the top, then show up or if you call in the staff will tell you to show up if you may receive a bed space.
Homeless Shelters for Native American:
California Indian Manpower Consortium
738 North Market Boulevard, Sacramento, CA 95834
Ph. (916) 564-4053 Hours are Mon. – Fri. 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Homeless shelter services for low-income Native Americans.