Catholic Worker House 545 Cassia St, Redwood City, CA94063 Established in 1975, the Catholic Worker House of Redwood City serves the needs of the homeless and hungry in the local…More community. It also has a program in place for teenagers, a breakfast program for day laborers and classes for immigrant women to learn English. The services are free and all work is done by volunteers.
Maple Street Shelter 1580 Maple St, Redwood City, CA94063 The Maple Street Shelter is part of the Shelter Network of San Mateo, serving single adults. Founded in 1987, the group…More provides a network of housing and support services for homeless families and individuals in the area. The program director of this location is Bob Hutchinson. Individuals in need of shelter should first contact one of the Shelter Network's referral agencies. A complete list is found <a href="http://www.shelternetwork.org/shelter/index.php#corereferralagencies">here</a>.
DayBreak Shelter 639 Douglas Ave, Redwood City, CA94063 For 20 years, the DayBreak Shelter has offered assistance to families and youth through transitional housing for…More homeless teens. The shelter is managed by Kara Wahlin and provides training in various skills for independent living. The residents stay for a six-month program while they attend school and work, learning to cook, shop, manage money, find jobs and locate housing.
The Samaritan House offers a number of services to the Redwood City community, including everything from…More housing, adult education classes, medical services, food and shelter. Each month, Samaritan House Free Clinic offers one-to-one counseling to 400 clients in person and another 50 over the telephone. </p>
<p>It also offers one-time emergency assistance to those who find an unexpected car repair or unpaid absence from work a financial crisis. Its interest rate is a generous $20 per month. The Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing (HPRP) program provides numerous services to help get a roof over people's heads. </p>
<p>The clinic in Redwood City provides medical as well as dental services to uninsured, low-income residents. The Clinic employs only eight staff members, yet provides over 9,000 patient visits each year.</p>