Adopt A Family of Marin 1930 4th St, San Rafael, CA94901 Adopt A Family of Marin helps low-income families who are faced with homelessness. It provides financial and emotional…More support to help families achieve stability at times of need. The organization helps families set goals and gives them the support they need to achieve them. Adopt A Family's overarching goal is to increase its capacity and to work to prevent homelessness nationwide.
Ritter Center 16 Ritter St, San Rafael, CA94901 The Ritter Center is a community organization and homeless safety net serving San Rafael and the surrounding Marin…More County areas. The organization provides a wide range of services and programs, focusing on low-income to no-income families and individuals who are homeless or close to being homeless. Some programs offered include one-on-one case management, medical clinic care, food pantry distribution, free clothing as well as seasonal programs. Additional programs include the day service center, which provides hygiene supplies, restrooms and laundry. Check the main website for details on facilities or programs or for information on donations or volunteer opportunities.
Voyager Carmel Center began serving people with persistent mental illness in 1987 at the former Carmel Hotel in San…More Rafael, now called the Voyager Carmel Center. Homeward Bound also focuses on permanent solutions to homelessness by providing long-term transitional and permanent housing for families and adults.
Voyager Carmel Center offers 36 beds in individual rooms, with 10 of these beds reserved for residents staying one to four months. The remaining 26 beds provide long-term housing for people who otherwise would face homelessness. The center includes a 24-hour staff, communal kitchen and regular community activities such as group outings, Sunday brunch and holiday events. All formerly homeless residents in this program are referred to Homeward Bound by Marin County Community Mental Health Services.
Marin Link 5800 Northgate Mall, San Rafael, CA94903
Located in the Northgate Mall in Terra Linda, Marin Link was founded in 2005 as a non-profit organization that…More strives for improvements within Marin County. Recent projects include the Marin Green Business Forum, Let's Do It Now homeless shelter and the Marin Corridors project.
Drawbridge 70 Skyview Ter, San Rafael, CA94903 Drawbridge is an arts program for homeless and other vulnerable children. It provides an environment that fosters…More children's sense of joy, creativity and exuberance. It is celebrating over 20 years of service, and you can learn more on how you can donate your time or make a donation at its Web site.
Warm Wishes 5800 Northgate Mall Ste 250, San Rafael, CA94903 Warm Wishes is a hands-on nonprofit that distributes 5,000 backpacks every December to the Bay Area homeless community.…More The "streetpacks" are filled with gloves, scarves, hats, wool socks and rain ponchos. The organization was founded by Bill Hamm. For information on how to donate, call the number provided.
Community Action Marin's Enterprise Resource Center 3270 Kerner Blvd, San Rafael, CA94901 Located on the Marin Health & Wellness Campus, Community Action Marin's Enterprise Resource Center and Linda…More Reed Activities Club provide a variety of free-of-charge programs to individuals and families in San Rafael suffering from or affected by mental illness or disability. These services include daily group support meetings, art therapy classes, peer counseling and companionship, outreach aid for the mentally ill and homeless, and assistance locating and utilizing local community charitable and medical resources.