Berkeley Homeless Union 2500 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley, CA94704 This mutual community aid program approaches the homeless problem systemically; rather than providing temporary…More solutions to permanent problems, this group tries to confront those problems directly. The Berkeley Homeless Union advocates for civil and political rights for homeless members of the community and tries to improve the conditions that cause homelessness.
Women's Daytime Drop-In Center 2218 Acton St, Berkeley, CA94702 This homeless service center run by the City of Berkeley provides information and referral services as well as case…More management for homeless women in the Berkeley area. There's also a public bathroom, and clients may get free meals in exchange for doing chores for the center.
Berkeley Services and North Cities One-Stop Career Center 1918 Bonita Ave, Berkeley, CA94704 This non-profit provides training, counseling and career planning, referrals of applicants to employers and other…More services to help job seekers find the right career. It also helps homeless persons secure employment with the City of Berkeley.
Homeless Action Center 3126 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA94705 The Homeless Action center is an advocacy center for local homeless and mentally ill citizens of the East Bay Area.…More Founded in 1990, this center offers assistance in obtaining food, shelter and health care services through available programs, government sponsored or otherwise. The homeless action center offers free legal council to the underprivileged.
Berkeley Food and Housing Project 1741 Russell St, Berkeley, CA94703 For homeless men, women and children in Berkeley, the Berkeley Food and Housing Project can be a lifesaver. Literally.…More It provides transitional and permanent housing, emergency shelter and free meals to some of society's most vulnerable members. If you'd like to help, please go to its website..
Berkeley Food and Housing Project Multi-Services Center 2362 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA94704 For homeless and low-income residents of North Alameda County, this multi-services center provides case and money…More management services, a centralized shelter reservation system and phone and mail services for homeless residents. It also provides meals some weekday afternoons. Contact the center for more details or to make a donation.
Options Recovery Services 1931 Center St, Berkeley, CA94704 Options Recovery Services provides alcohol and drug treatment to the homeless and other clients free of charge, in an…More effort to reduce crime and poverty in Berkeley. It works hand in hand with the criminal justice system to try to free offenders from the circumstances which led them to crime.
Community Services United of Berkley 1937 Ashby Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 This social services organization serves local communities in and around Berkeley. If offers drug counseling, food…More services, professional referrals and help for the homeless.
BOSS Multiagency Service Center 1931 Center St, Berkeley, CA94704 This service center is an excellent resource for homeless residents in the Berkeley area. Not only does it provide…More medical and mental health services, clients may also sign up for lottery assignments for the Harrison single and family shelters here, and the facility also has showers and laundry facilities available for use
Animal Shelter of Berkeley 2013 2nd St, Berkeley, CA94710 This city-run animal shelter houses and tries to get Berkeley's homeless dog, cats, rabbits, rodents and birds adopted.…More The shelter’s field services include removing killed or injured wildlife, investigating the neglect of animals and enforcing animal-related city ordinances. Call the shelter for advice about animal-related topics, file lost-and-found pet reports or get pet spayed or neutered for free or low cost.
City of Berkeley Adult Mental Health Services Clinic 2640 Martin Luther King Jr Way, Berkeley, CA94704 The Adult Mental Health Services Clinic provides mental health and related social services to adults and their families…More in Berkeley and Albany. The Clinic provides counseling and case management and consults with other agencies to coordinate appropriate care. Programs are organized into short-term crisis services, longer-term comprehensive community treatment and intensive case management for high risk clients. The City of Berkeley also conducts homeless outreach and runs a mobile crisis unit that responds to calls around the city.
The Homeless Action Center offers professional legal services to homeless and mentally ill people throughout Alameda…More County. The Center provides assistance with supplemental security income, food stamps, Medi-Cal, social security disability insurance and cash-assistance programs for immigrants. The Center also staffs law student interns throughout the year who help to interview people and draft appellate briefs.</p>
<p>Community members can make donations to the Homeless Action Center via check, money order or Paypal.</p>
Youth Spirit Artworks 1769 Alcatraz Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 Even in a good economy, homeless youth face special and formidable challenges in finding employment. The interfaith…More organization Youth Spirit Artworks helps young people ages 16-25 from homeless and low-income backgrounds face these challenges by providing them with job training in arts and eco-friendly careers. Its website provides an easy way for those interested in supporting the organization's efforts to donate funds via PayPal.
Suitcase Clinic 570 University Hall, Berkeley, CA94720 The Suitcase Clinic is a volunteer organization that oversees three walk-in health clinics for underserved populations…More regardless of their ability to pay. These clinics include a general clinic, a women's clinic and a youth clinic. All in need are made to feel welcome regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion or lifestyle. These health centers are excellent resources for the Berkeley community because not only do they provide much-needed health services, the clinics also provide an excellent learning opportunity for students and engage in public policy advocacy to help the homeless and other populations. Visit the website for clinic addresses and hours.
McGee Avenue Baptist Church is a few blocks northwest of the Ashby BART station. Headed by pastor Michael Smith, the…More church holds prayer meetings during the week.</p>
<p>The church provides hot meals to the homeless on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Call or visit on a Sunday morning to find out more about upcoming events.</p>
DeLancey Street Christmas Tree Lot McGee Ave & University Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 This environmentally-certified Christmas tree lot plants one tree for every tree cut down. Even better, the profits from…More the sale of trees benefit the DeLancey Street Foundation which helps substance abusers and the homeless help themselves by giving them a place to live drug-free, earn a G.E.D., and learn marketable skills.
Lutheran Church of The Cross 1744 University Ave, Berkeley, CA94703 Lutheran Church of the Cross has services in English, Korean and Finnish. Sunday school precedes the service and it has…More Bible study and other gatherings during the week. The Youth Emergency Assistance Hostel began at LCC and is still serves as a shelter for homeless youth along with case management resource. The church partners with several organizations to participate in issues such as environmental causes, immigrant rights and food and housing.