Aletheia Christian Foundation
Provides hotel vouchers when funds are available.
Foothill AIDS Project (FAP)
Foothill AIDS Project (FAP) is dedicated to helping people who live with or are at risk for HIV/AIDS in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, and western Riverside County. Their supportive housing services are designed to reduce or prevent homelessness for Persons Living with HIV (PLWH) and increase the availability of decent, safe, and affordable housing for low-income PLWH.
To qualify for this program, you must have been diagnosed with HIV and meet certain income standards.
Address: 678 S. Indian Hill Blvd Suite 220 Claremont, CA 91711
Phone: (800) 448-0858
Application: Housing Assistance
Website: Foothill AIDS Project
Foothill Family Shelter
The program provides transitional shelter for single and two-parent families with children. Children 18 years and younger are accepted. The program also serves individuals and pregnant women who have other children. It is not an emergency shelter. The program can accommodate people with disabilities, however they cannot accommodate people who use wheelchairs. The maximum length of stay is 120 days; residents cannot return to the program after their stay
Be low income and homeless or 2 weeks of being homeless; have no more than five total members of the family on the application; must be drug and alcohol free and be subject to random drug testing (must agree to remain drug and alcohol free the entire time you are in our program); agree to participate in all shelter programs including children’s educational, employment and rehabilitation services and mandatory neighborhood watch program; agree to save a minimum of 50% of your income; agree to find employment or upgrade current employment
1501 W. 9th Street, Suite D, Upland, CA 91786
Call to request next application dates. Social security cards, birth certificates, current TB test, and proof of income are required.
Provide support for foster and probation youth emancipating from group or foster homes. This program is designed to satisfy a critical need for housing and supportive mental health services for youth as they make the transition from foster care placements to adulthood and independent living.
The Transitional Independent Living Program provides services for youth ages 18 to 24 years old who were in foster or probation care some time after their 14th birthday. These youth need to be at-risk for homelessness, to have completed high school and must be eligible for mental health services through Medi-Cal funding.
100 W. Walnut St., Suite 375 Pasadena, CA 91124
Please email or call Carolyn Rascon for more information:
626-395-7100 ext. 7911
Website: Transitional Independent Living Services
Inland Valley Hope Partners
The Our House Family Temporary Housing Program serves children and their parents, as well as single women. The program’s goal is to move families and single women from homelessness into safe, stable and affordable housing.
Must be a single woman or family (assumed children are below 18 years old)
Address: 1753 N. Park Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768
Phone: Call Housing Office for more information: 909-622-3806
Website: Our House Family Shelter
Pacific Lifeline is a long-term comprehensive shelter program serving homeless women and children. Our purpose is to eliminate the threat of chronic homelessness for women and children. Our strategic program and commitment to the long-term stability of the families we serve distinguished us from other shelters.
Client must have at least one of her children living with her. Children must be between the ages of infant and twelve years old. If the client is a victim of domestic violence, the perpetrator must not be actively looking for the client and considered to be dangerous. If the client is coming from a rehabilitation center, she must be clean/sober for 9 months. Client must be willing and able to work within 60 days of moving into Pacific Lifeline.
Address: 315 N San Antonio Ave, Upland, CA 91786
Contact office to discuss your needs and request our referral and application forms. Please know that we are not an emergency shelter and the application process can take two weeks.
Website: Pacific Programs
Project Roomkey gives people who are experiencing homelessness and are recovering from COVID-19 or have been exposed to COVID-19 a place to recuperate and properly quarantine outside of a hospital. It also provides a safe place for isolation for people who are experiencing homelessness and at high risk for medical complications should they to become infected.
Pursuant to FEMA Reimbursement Eligibility Criteria, for people experiencing homelessness which includes people who have tested positive for COVID 19, have been exposed to COVID 19, or are “high risk” of health complications.
Project Roomkey Program is administered locally, and eligibility varies by community.
Website: Project Roomkey
Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (VASH) Program
Provides rental assistance to homeless veterans and their families in combination with case management and clinical services through the Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) of Greater Los Angeles.
- Be eligible for VA Health Care Services.
- Meet the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act’s definition of homeless.
- Participate in ongoing case management services.
- Meet the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s income eligibility requirements
- Not be subject to a lifetime sex offender registration.
- Be a legal resident of the United States, or eligible households must be comprised of at least one legal resident of the United States.
Address: 11301 Wilshire Blvd., Building 257 Los Angeles, CA 90073
Hours: Walk in Hours 8:00 AM – 3:30 p.m.
Website: Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing Program
Phone: Greater Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Medical Center, (310) 478-3711