Emergency Housing Resources

Housing Resources

"One in ten California State University students say they have been homeless at some point in the past year", according to campus surveys.

Short-term Transitional Housing

Associated Students provides short-term (up to 7 days/semester) transitional housing for students in need. Inquire at the Student Activities Desk, Student Center 2nd Floor.

Short-term Emergency Housing Program

This program provides displaced students access to temporary on-campus housing in the residence halls to ensure the student's safety and well-being while they acquire permanent, safe, and secure housing.

For more information about SSU's Emergency Housing program, and to apply for assistance, please visit the Student Emergency Basic Needs Intervention Program website. 

Community Housing Resources

Sonoma County

  • Permanent Affordable Housing
  • Rental Assistance Programs
    • The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (707) 584-1579
    • Rental and Security Deposit Assistance (HCA Fund) (707) 544-6911
  • Transitional
    • Interfaith Shelter Network (707) 546-7907
    • SAY Tamayo Village (707) 528-7500
  • Families (With Children)
    • Catholic Charities Family Support Center (707) 528-8712
    • Season of Sharing (707)-535-4270
  • Clean & Sober Living Environments
    • California Human Development (707) 526-3150
    • St. Vincent De Paul/ St. Peter’s church (707) 292-4785
  • Temporary/ Emergency Housing Shelters/ Hotline
    • CAP Sonoma - Women & Children (707)-521-9338
    • Catholic Charities (866) 542-5480
    • Winter Shelter Sonoma Overnight Support Navigation Center (707) 939-6777
    • Community Support Network (707) 575-0979
  • College Resources
    • Sonoma State University Housing Office (707) 664-2541
    • Napa Valley College Housing Office (707) 256-7340
    • Santa Rosa Junior College
      • Santa Rosa (707) 778-4124
      • Petaluma (707) 778-4141
         

Marin County

  • Permanent Affordable Housing
    • HUD rental programs (800) 955-2232
    • EAH Housing (415) 258-1800
  • Clean & Sober Living Environments
    • Sober Living Marin (415) 841-2739(415)
  • Temporary/ Emergency Hotline/ Shelters
    • CA Coalition for YOUTH      24-hour CRISIS HOTLINE     (800) 843-5200
    • Mill Street Emergency Shelter (415) 457-9651
    • Ambassadors of Hope and Opportunity (AHO) (415) 381-7173
  • Families (With Children)
    • Adopt a Family Marin (415) 456-7805
  • Transitional
    • Homeward Bound of Marin (415) 382-3363
  • Rent Assistance Program
    • North Marin Community Service (415) 897-4147
  • College Resources
    • College of Marin
      • Indian Valley (415) 883-2211
      •  Kentfield (415) 485-9605
    • Dominican University of California (San Rafael) (415) 485-3277

Sonoma County Winter Shelters

Catholic Charities, Family Support Center

465 A St
Santa Rosa
Open Nov. 1 - March 31, 8pm - 6am
Families with minor children only
Contact Coordinated Entry

COTS:

Laure Reichek Housing Hub
575 W. College Ave
Santa Rosa
info@cots.org

Mary Isaak Center
900 Hopper St
Petaluma

To find emergency shelter, please call Coordinated Entry at 1-866-542-5480 or call 211. Learn more about Coordinated Entry at Sonoma County Homeless Services. To access housing or services at COTS, please call us (707) 765-6530.

REACH For Home-Winter Shelter

209 W. Matheson St
Healdsburg
(707) 433-6161
Open when temperatures drop below 38°F or two or more consecutive days of rain.
Single adults only

Redwood Gospel Mission

101 6th St
Santa Rosa,
(707) 542-4817
Open Oct. 1 - Apr. 30 for single adults, families

Social Advocates for Youth

For transitional age youth only (ages 18-24)
Drop-in anytime to the Dr. Coffee Teen Shelter.

(888) 729-0012
1243 Ripley Street, Santa Rosa     

Sonoma Overnight Support - The Haven

151 First St W.
Sonoma
(707) 939-6777
Open Dec. 1 - Mar. 31 for single adults.

West County Community Services

Guerneville Veteran's Memorial Building
16255 First St & Church St
Guerneville
(707) 823-1640, ex 11
Open Dec. 1 - Mar 31 for single adults

Countywide (Santa Rosa location)

Temporary cash assistance for low income, unemployed  or disabled individuals.

Walk-ins M-F 8am - 5pm. Apply for services 8:30am - 3pm.
2550 Paulin Dr., Santa Rosa

Winter Shelter (St. Vincent De Paul Sonoma County):

Bedding, hot meal, showers. Show up at 5:30pm. Closes at 7am each morning.

Located at the National Guard Armory, 1500 Armory Drive, Santa Rosa