FREE DINNER (morgan hill) at The United Methodist Church

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We Offer A Free Dinner Each Wednesday at The United Methodist Church located on Monterey Road
It is the Little White Church 17175 Monterey Rd, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
We Serve From 6-7 each week
Come Join us for FREE FOOD

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EHC LifeBuilders is now HomeFirst

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Who is HomeFirst: You can check them out on FACEBOOK

Formerly EHC LifeBuilders, HomeFirst has been helping the homeless in Santa Clara County since 1980. We serve individuals, veterans, families with children, and youth at eight sites. In nearly 35 years of working with the homeless, we’ve learned that everyone has the potential to get housed and stay housed. We focus on successful “Housing First” strategies where we get people into their own homes as quickly as possible and then support them so they can stay housed permanently.

Call (408) 539-2100 and select option 1 if you are homeless, at risk of homelessness, or know someone who is, or if you’d like more information on how one of our programs can help you. You can also click this link for more information or call the Santa Clara County shelter hotline (1-800-774-3583) for pre-recorded information in English and Spanish on shelter availability for single men and women, families, and youth. Our services for adults and our shelter are located at the Boccardo Reception Center, 2011 Little Orchard Street, San Jose. You can take bus lines #66 or #68 and exit at Curtner Avenue Monterey Road. The BRC is also within walking distance of the Curtner Light Rail Station.

 


Sacred Heart Community Service

SacredHeartSacred Heart Community Service is another leading non-profit agency that provides essential services to low income families and individuals. Get access to food baskets, infant formula, diapers, sack lunches, gently used clothing, rental and housing assistance, and information and referral services to California and federal government programs, such as Section 8 housing.

  • Food assistance is offered from the emergency supplement. Each customer of the agency can get, as resources allow, a grocery bag of nonperishable items, produce, meat product, eggs, a loaf of bread, and more. Free holiday meals may be offered too.
  • A Clothes Closet is in Santa Clara. It allows people to browse and “shop”, free of charge for the items they need, including school or professional work attire.
  • Apply to the Utility Assistance Program, or LIHEAP, at Sacred Heart. This is a federal government funded program that helps low-income households with paying their home energy bills. It operates both during the winter and can help with summer air conditioning bills. Also get assistance in weatherizing your home and making energy-related home repairs to it.
  • Education is a focus of Sacred Heart Community Service. The location wants to educate the entire family and build a culture of academic success. The non-profit will offer classes and workshops in Santa Clara County to low-income families in Spanish and English, English as a Second Language, nutrition, GED training and more.
  • Financial education is available. This can include financial workshops, Credit improvement, personal financial coaching, and savings options and development account referrals.
  • Job programs include vocational coaching and placement. Work with a case manager at a job search center. Sign up for resume writing classes, Interview preparation and access a number of job development and placement services in Santa Clara County. Together you can break the cycle of poverty through asset development, credit improvement, financial coaching, and job placement.
  • The agency will advocate for policy change to fight predatory lending practices and to improve access to government and public benefits.
  • Other services available include programs for children under the age of 5, emergency domestic violence intervention, leadership classes and more.

Work with a case manager applying for Public Benefits, both federal government and state of California. This includes food stamps, Medical, health insurance, utility assistance, WIC, low income housing and more. You can learn about the process and get support to ensure you are treated fairly by the system.

Sacred Heart Community Service offers many other resources. Stop by or call them at 1381 South First St., San José, California 95110. Telephone (408) 278-2160.


Catholic Charities in Santa Clara

catholicCatholic Charities in Santa Clara provides emergency rent assistance to people in need. There are no religious affiliations, and anyone can apply for help. There are of course conditions, such as income, financial hardship, and others. They can help people find an apartment or housing that will meet their needs, and work with landlords to ensure the housing is a good fit. (408) 468-0100

They offer other programs to help people in need. For example, they can provide grants to families to help pay utility bills, help someone find a job, even provide food aid.


County Of Santa Clara, San Jose Ca

 

County of Santa Clara 271.5500

Social Service Agency Assistance Application Center

1919 Senter Road

 8-5 Mon-Fri

Assistance for homeless families with temporary assistance for needy

families (TANF), Medi-Cal and food stamps.

 

County of Santa Clara 793.8900

General Assistance

1888 Senter Road

7-5 Mon-Fri

Financial assistance for single men and women upon qualification. Rent

and move-in assistance for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) recipients.


Homeless Couple with Dog in San Francisco

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American Indian Education Resource Center, Inc., San Jose Ca

American Indian Education Resource Center, Inc.
Rene Samayoa
749 Story Road, Suite 300
San Jose, CA  95122
408-299-0590
Fax: 408-299-0591
E-mail: sjaiec@sbcglobal.net

American Indian Education Centers in California are authorized by California Education Code, Article 6, sections 33380-33383. Center staff assist schools with professional development, counseling, tutorial services, or parent education. They also provide supplemental and extended day instructional programs to meet the needs of American Indian students.

Free Vegetables Every 3rd Friday of the Month

12 noon till 1PM