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WEATHER SHELTER & CLOTHING - SIERRA ROOTS

SIERRA ROOTS #51829829


location_on A
  • 415 North Pine Street
    Nevada City, Nevada

The Sierra Roots Weather Shelter in Nevada City is a program that is activated during extreme hot or cold weather events for one of the most vulnerable populations, the chronically homeless people in the community. Each time a weather event triggers the need to open, enough volunteers are needed also.

Clothing is available the first part of the evening. In the winter an extra amount of sturdy boots, rain gear, warm coats, etc are available.

NOTE: Sierra Roots does not provide motel vouchers or gas cards.

Sierra Roots warming shelter can accommodate up to 30 guests. First come, first served.

To check if the shelter will be open, call 211 or 833-342-5211.

See NOAA.gov forecast info for zip code 95959: [read more]
CHILD CARE SERVICES - KCN

KARE CRISIS NURSERY #4661683


location_on B
  • 15649 Ridge Estates Rd.
    Nevada City, Nevada



COVID-19 protocols are here: https://karecrisisnursery.org/kare-covid-19-protocols


KARE Crisis Nursery provides safe and nurturing care in a home-like setting for small children of families experiencing a stressful situation or emergency. Children up to age 6 receive 24 hour care for up to 30 days. Emergency Day respite, up to 30 times in a 6 month period. Court ordered supervised visitation. Safe Exchanges.

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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to families.
HOSPITALITY HOUSE SHELTER - GRASS VALLEY

HOSPITALITY HOUSE #4661715


location_on C
  • 1262 Sutton Way
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-375-2237

Hospitality House offers a year-round, temporary, overnight emergency shelter for homeless residents of Western Nevada County who have lived in the county for 45 days or more. ID not required.

Services available to those who are staying at the shelter include:
  • Emergency shelter
  • Food
  • Clothing
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Job training
  • Customized case management
  • Mental health counseling
  • Enrichment classes
  • Transportation
  • Housing assistance

Intakes
  • 7 days a week (based on availability)

Animals
  • Hospitality House accepts approved pets. Contact Hospitality House or ask a 211 call agent for details of the pet policy.
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NOTE: 211 gets inquiries about the apartments behind Safeway. Brunswick Commons is the apartment complex  on Old Tunnel Rd behind the Safeway, etc in Grass Valley. Members of the general public cannot apply for units because the complex is entirely devoted to people who are clients of Hospitality House, Turning Point, or Nevada County Behavioral Health. People who ma… [read more]
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE EMERGENCY ESCAPE SERVICES - WOW

WOMEN OF WORTH #78511981


location_on D
  • 471 Sutton Way, Suite 209
    Grass Valley, Nevada

Women of Worth provides services for women experiencing and/or fleeing domestic violence, sexual assault, and/or human trafficking.
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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to families.
HETTY'S HAVEN - WOW

WOMEN OF WORTH #4664293


April 2022 - This shelter is temporarily closed for a planned program expansion. Contact Women of Worth for other services available at this time.
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Provides an emergency shelter and transitional housing assisting women and families in crisis, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Offers support services including legal and medical assistance, advocacy and case management, mentoring and support groups, educational and career assistance, and emergency cell phones.
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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional programs of interest to families.
211-COORDINATED ENTRY - PLACER COUNTY

CONNECTING POINT #63671720


local_phone
  • Homeless Resource Helpline
    833-3PLACER (833-375-2237)

Coordinated Entry callers will speak to a 211 call specialist who will walk them through a series of questions. The caller’s answers are entered by the 211 call specialist into HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which can be accessed only by designated organizations that provide housing services. Callers have access to emergency shelter as well as long term/permanent housing by going through the Coordinated Entry process.

Coordinated Entry intakes can be completed by calling our Homeless Resource Helpline at 833-3PLACER (833-375-2237).

For additional resources to help with homelessness, you may also call our 24 hour Contact Center at 833-DIAL211 (833-342-5211).
BOOTH FAMILY CENTER - GRASS VALLEY - TSA

THE SALVATION ARMY #4661623


Provides temporary shelter to homeless families.

Offers residents case management and counseling services to address educational, vocational, financial, family relations, substance abuse and mental health issues.

Helps connect residents with vocational and job search training, parenting classes, and support groups.

This is one of many possible First 5 Nevada County Ready to Grow (R2G) program resources. Ready to Grow resources are those that support the well-being of children ages 0-5.
211-COORDINATED ENTRY - NEVADA COUNTY

CONNECTING POINT #63671404


Coordinated Entry callers will speak to a 211 call specialist who will walk them through a series of questions. The caller’s answers are entered by the 211 call specialist into HUD’s Homeless Management Information System (HMIS), which can be accessed only by designated organizations that provide housing services. Callers have access to emergency shelter as well as long term/permanent housing by going through the Coordinated Entry process.
 
SHELTER & SAFE HOUSING - CBV

COMMUNITY BEYOND VIOLENCE #39335123


location_on E
  • 1020 McCourtney Road, Suite C
    Grass Valley, Nevada
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    530-290-6555

Community Beyond Violence provides emergency confidential shelter services as necessary for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their children who are in immediate danger.

They have a local Safe House and clients may stay up to 90 days after their intake. They also provide limited motel room stays to clients on an as needed basis. The Safe House is pet friendly. If you have a pet and are in need of CBV’s Safe House services, please let your advocate know at your intake.

24-HOUR CRISIS LINE - 530-272-3467
Text - 530-290-6555 
Chat - rc.chat/cbv
Business line - 530-272-2046

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This is a Ready to Grow (R2G) resource. Ready to Grow is a First 5 Nevada County program to connect children 0-5 with services and information that support their well-being. Organizations with programs that have this R2G tag may have additional pro… [read more]
NSJ WARMING SHELTER - NSJCC

NORTH SAN JUAN COMMUNITY CENTER #70463551


location_on F
  • 29190 State Highway 49
    North San Juan, Nevada

Update: The NSJ Warming Shelter may be open more often than the weather triggers occur. To find out, call 211 or email nsjcommunitycenter@gmail.com.

When the shelter is open
The North San Juan Warming Shelter will be open on nights 37 degrees F. (formerly 34) and below or on the 3rd consecutive night of rain. The forecast model we follow is NOAA.gov with zip code 95960.

See NOAA.gov forecast here for zip code 95960, Reader Ranch stationhttps://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=39.4243&lon=-121.005#.YXGOrhrMI2w

The shelter will open around 5pm and serve dinner until 7pm on the front porch.

There are patio heaters to create cozy safe space on the porch. Only overnight guests are permitted in the building and masks are required 100% of the time while in the building - that includes overnight.

Breakfast is served in the morning on the way out of the shelter and close doors at 8am.

They are doing their best to create a safe environment for shelter guests and sta… [read more]