Pacific House works to fulfill its mission through the emergency shelter and a variety of programs designed to help clients become more self-sufficient.

The shelter provides emergency food and shelter 7 days per week, 365 days per year for approximately 85 homeless men (serving upwards of 500 separate homeless men annually). Case managers provide clinical, vocational and social services within a stable and structured environment. Services are available to homeless men, and homeless males ages 18-24 through our Young Adult Program, who are clients of the emergency shelter. The Day Program provides services to all men and women who are at risk of becoming homeless.

These cornerstones of service include safe, overnight accommodations and hot meals, healthcare services and treatment plans for recovery from substance abuse, job and life skills training, and supported housing.

Pacific House also develops and manages transitional and permanent deeply-affordable housing, some linked to support services.  We realize the need to push beyond being a provider of services toward more stable and cost-effective housing environments where clients can continue their journey to becoming productive members of the community.

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