Housing, Food, & Transportation Support
POP – People of Progress – Provides emergence assistance services including: Emergency food, Clothing, Local single-ride bus passes for confirmed essential appointments, and Referrals. Located at 1242 Center St. Redding, CA 96001 Phone: (530) 243-3811
Grace1st Transitional Center - They "help identify personal passions and goals, and encourage participants to seek and find connections to make their dreams reality. Grace 1st Transitional Center is devoted to restoring lives through housing, mentoring, and building up faith with Truth and Love." For Women’s Home : Manager: Ranell email@example.com (530) 604-8441 Executive Director: Jennie Sierra (530) 999-1126 Email: info@grace1sttransitionalcenter
Good News Rescue Mission – Women’s Homeless Shelter: House of Hope. Offers a temporary shelter for women and children to stay for up to 30 days. They must then then leave for 30 days before returning. May stay longer than 30 days if enrolled in a substance abuse, job search, or money-savings program. Boys must be age 11 or under to stay here; alternate arrangements can be made for mothers with boys who are 12 and older. Offers use of laundry facilities to those who stay overnight. For more information, click here.
Special Needs Housing in Shasta County - The housing program provides housing opportunities for special populations with developmental disabilities or mental illness. For assistance completing your application please call (530) 241-0552 or 1-(800) 846-1451 (toll-free). Visit their website to download application.
Faithworks – Francis Court - Transitional housing facility for homeless families with children. Once accepted, they are given a furnished apartment and supplies. Structured environment that has rules for curfews, housekeeping, and attending required classes. Each Parent has a case manager they meet with 1 to 2 times a week. Families can stay for up to 24 months. You must pay to live here. There is a waiting list. Not a drug /alcohol program but it is sober living.
Living Hope Compassion Ministries - Programs offered are the Food Co-op, Life Cycles, and The Shack. Serves the homeless and low-income community in Redding. (530) 243-8066 Main Contact – Mike Mojarro (Executive Director) Located at 1043 State St., Redding CA 96001. The Shack is also a vocational rehabilitation program, in which they hire homeless clients with the revenue generated from The Shack and teach them job skills.
The Salvation Army Redding Corps - Our social services office is open from 9 am to 11:30 am on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays by appointment only. We are closed Tuesday and Friday. Enrollment Requirements: Valid picture ID for all persons over 18 years old and social security cards for all family members. Proof of Income (Pay stub, bank statement, passport to services or notice of action, award letter, etc). Verification of address (rent receipt, rental agreement or utility bill in your name). Food Pantry Hours: Monday / Wednesday / Thursday from 9 am to 11:30 am. Utility Assistance Requirements: By appointment only. The REACH program provides aid to those facing utility shut-off from PG&E. The SHARES program is available to utility customers of city of Shasta Lake who are past due or have received a shut-off notice. To apply you must bring the most current shut-off or late notice, photo ID for all adults residing in the household, social security cards for all members of the household, verification of all income in the household, and proof of address. Utility assistance is provided on an appointment basis after you have been pre-screened over the phone for preliminary qualification.
211 Shasta - Connects people in Shasta County with community resources, including housing and transportation information. Click here to find transportation info on their website. For more info on housing concerns, click here.
Welltopia, the Place of Wellness - This website is for all Californians, especially mothers of school-aged children living on low incomes. Visit the Essentials webpage for links to resources for Housing, Utilities, Food Assistance, Clothing, and Transportation.
Community Resource & Housing Guide(Shasta Community Health Center page): Click here to find: Crisis Hotlines (in Shasta County), Emergency Assistance Programs, Local Hospitals/Emergency Rooms, and more. This is a very comprehensive list!
About Time Recovery - Provides sober living homes for men and women seeking recovery from alcohol and drug addiction that is 12 Step & Social Model based with a belief that with God's help anything is possible . Also provides guidance and mentoring in all aspects of life. Fees do not include meals; accepts probation/parole Request for Services referrals. Phone: (530) 241-4622