HomeAid does not place people into housing, rather we build housing for other nonprofit organizations serving those experiencing homelessness. If you are in need of housing assistance or other resources, please use one of the resources below.
If you are homeless or may become homeless and need assistance, please contact your county for an assessment and a connection to available resources for emergency food, shelter, clothing, healthcare, employment, financial assistance, and other essential needs.
For additional shelter resources in your area, visit the Homeless Shelter Directory
2-1-1, is a free and confidential service that helps people across North America find the local resources they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be accessed by phone or computer.
You’ll find information about:
Call 211 and speak with a live, highly trained service professional in your area from any cell phone or landline. All calls are private and confidential.
For free, confidential support for youth runaways, veterans, or victims of domestic violence or human trafficking, call:
National Runaway Safeline:
1-800-RUNAWAY | TEXT: 66008
Veterans Crisis Line:
National Domestic Violence Hotline:
National Human Trafficking Resource Center:
1-888-373-7888 | TEXT: 233733
HomeAid's Tiny Homes Project is complete with the construction of 6 tiny homes for people experiencing homelessness.
If HomeAid Northern California offers to help your nonprofit build or remodel a housing project, Rev. Dana Bainbridge of San Jose has some advice for you.