Resources – Homelessness

Livermore Homeless Refuge


This organization is focused on the Tri-Valley homeless. At Livermore Homeless Refuge, we partner with local churches to provide a clean, dry, warm and safe refuge for people who need a place to stay. We provide dinner and breakfast, a sleeping mat, and a sleeping bag. The Refuge opens when the weather is forecasted to be

Livermore Homeless Refuge2019-02-12T19:35:02-08:00

Union City CAREavan – Safe Overnight Parking Program


CAREavan is a special project organized by the Union City, Kid's Zone, local community and faith based organizations in an effort to provide families and/or individuals who have been displaced and are temporarily homeless, living in their vehicles, and need a safe place to park overnight. All of the participating facilities and locations will be

Union City CAREavan – Safe Overnight Parking Program2018-04-13T16:44:18-07:00

Homeless Services – Alameda County


All Alameda County Homeless Services are now serviced by one "Coordinated Entry."  This is a simple way for anyone experiencing a housing crisis to understand and receive the support available to them.  Housing Crisis Support includes, but not limited to, outreach, housing problem-solving, flexible problem-solving funds, shelter, transitional housing, housing navigation, rapid rehousing and permanent

Homeless Services – Alameda County2018-02-27T00:40:45-08:00

HOPE Project – Homeless Services & Mobile Health Clinic


Homeless individuals can receive services through the HOPE,  (Homeless Outreach for People Empowerment) Project.  The Hope Program is limited to serving the chronically homeless.  The HUD definition of chronically homeless is: Permanently disabled, having a condition impairing their ability to function Homeless at least a year or more Sleeping outside or in a car -

HOPE Project – Homeless Services & Mobile Health Clinic2017-08-23T21:45:03-07:00

ARUKAH House, To Heal, To Restore


ARUKAH  is a 501 c3 nonprofit Christian organization.  ARUKAH help's men who are dealing with the realities of homelessness due to loss of job, being recently released from prison, drug and alcohol problem or lack of family support.  Our program focuses on men who are ready to move forward. Where: 1141 Catalina Drive, # 181,

ARUKAH House, To Heal, To Restore2017-08-08T19:12:45-07:00