HomeAid Northern California is an integral part of the fight to end homelessness. As a chapter of HomeAid America, a leading national non-profit for today’s homeless, we are committed to making a difference by building new lives for homeless families and individuals in Northern California through housing and community outreach. Formed in 1999, HomeAid Northern California has built or renovated 42 multi-unit shelters with 5 more underway.
HomeAid Northern California is celebrating its 20th Anniversary. See all that we have accomplished in this timeline video.Watch Now
Shepherd's Gate Brentwood Campus expansion with a Career and Learning Center and multi-purpose rooms for children's activities. This is phase 1 of 3 phases to add cottages in the future!Learn More
New shelter for women and children with 26 studio styled units with Builder Captain Mark Scott Construction. Scheduled for completion in fall of 2021.Learn More
HomeAid's Tiny Homes Project is complete with the construction of 6 tiny homes for people experiencing homelessness. The homes were built at CrossWinds Church in Livermore in 6 weeks and delivered to First Presbyterian Church of Hayward!Learn More
28 Tiny Homes at Crosswinds Church in LivermoreLearn More
Permanent supportive housing for 14 formerly homeless working families in NovatoLearn More
HomeAid Northern California is on track to add more Tiny Home Villages! Stay tuned to learn more about the 7 new proposed Tiny Homes Villages on church properties!
HomeAid completes 3 new projects! Goodness Village at Crosswinds Church, West Valley Community Services Pantry and Shepherd's Gate Learning Center!