Resources for the Homeless in Marin including housing information, meals, and helpful organization.
Adopt A Family of Marin
Adopt A Family of Marin helps low-income families in crisis throughout Marin County by offering financial and emotional support to prevent homelessness and provide family stability.
Beach House/A Home Away From Homelessness
The Beach House offers children and youth from Marin and San Francisco the chance to spend an afternoon in the Marin Headlands. Volunteers must be 21+, complete training and background check.
Non-profit agency providing services including supported housing and employment, to low income residents with mental illness, substance abuse and behavioral challenges.
Provide transitional housing, skill development and support services for homeless single parents or at risk of being homeless families.
H & HS Division of Alcohol Drug Tobacco Programs
Marin County Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Alcohol, Drug, and Tobacco Services, offers a wide range of education, prevention, treatment and counseling services through contracts with community based agencies.
Homeward Bound of Marin
Homeward Bound of Marin is the county's largest nonprofit provider of shelter and services to homeless families and individuals, offering emergency and transitional housing along with job training, counseling, education and referrals in 10 residential programs.
Provides urgent and primary care to low-income, homeless and uninsured clients.
St. Vincent de Paul Society
Free breakfast and a hot lunch available daily and limited funds for emergency shelter, medicine, food and/or transportation distributed on a need basis.
Strives to provide the homeless with new warm clothing accessories to help them endure the outdoor elements during the winter. Warm Wishes provides these items through one-on-one contact, by going out into the homeless community (on their turf.)