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"I came to California from Detroit due to a cycle of domestic violence. Upon arrival here, I met one of your case managers, and they began to connect me to the services I so desperately needed. I stayed at the emergency shelter until I could find my own apartment. I want to thank The Salvation Army for helping me out during the worst time of my life. Thank you very much."
The Salvation Army's Center of Hope in Sacramento, California has made changes in response to COVID-19. Watch as Shelter Supervisor Christina Kitchen walks us through the halls and dorms at the facility that's changing lives every day.
In addition to food and lodging, our clients may receive:
Our 130-bed Center of Hope, the largest homeless shelter in Sacramento County, provides veterans, women and men with a 30- to 90-day stay and a focus on overcoming homelessness. Our clients receive case management and job preparation workshops, with recovery groups and Bible Study available. 38,227 nights of lodging are provided at the COH Shelter. In 2019, 59% of the 449 shelter clients found permanent housing.