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We Have Been Swamped!


If you have emailed us and have yet to receive a response, we are sorry for the inconvenience! We are constantly trying to help and assist as many people as possible on a daily basis and we appreciate your patience! SHM Staff Advertisements

This week’s stumble upon website is……..


http://www.singlemomassistance.org/city/ca-riverside Offering single mother assistance programs that we have located in Riverside, California. For more information and programs offered, please visit the website. http://www.singlemomassistance.org/city/ca-riverside

Need immediate assistance? Not sure where to turn?


Email someonehelpedme@gmail.com for assistance.

LA County Helps!


LACountyHelps knows about the programs listed below. LACountyHelps can tell you whether your family might be able to get help from any of these programs. Food & Nutrition •Food Stamps •Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Child and Family Resources •CalWORKs •CalWORKs Specialized Supportive Services •Child Abuse and Treatment (CAPIT) •Adoption Services •Foster Family Recruitment •Family … Continue reading

Veterans Housing


Ballington Plaza offers affordable housing for senior citizens and veterans. For more info, please contact:Ballington Plaza 622 Wall St Los Angeles, CA 90014 (213) 629-4449

Shelters and Housing in San Diego County


Shelters & Address Telephone Accommodations Interfaith Shelter Network (619) 702-5399 Seasonal night-time shelters-various locations Catholic Charities 759 8th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 696-0873 Rachel’s Women’s Center San Diego Rescue Mission 120 Elm Street San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 687-3720 Women & Children Brother Benno 3260 Production Avenue Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 439-1244 Alpha … Continue reading

Project Safe Sleep


The Midnight Mission Project Safe Sleep Each night, hundreds of people line our city streets and doorways in cardboard boxes and other makeshift shelters. Some suffer from mental illness, others deal with substance abuse issues and some are just shelter resistant. Our job is to get them off the streets. In September 2001, The Midnight … Continue reading