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Homeless Inc.


An alphabetical list* of agencies and services who serve the homeless population in Santa Barbara, California.

  1. Aegis
  2. American Indian Health and Services
  3. CALM
  4. Casa Esperanza Homeless
  5. Center Catholic Charities – Carpinteria
  6. Catholic Charities – S.B.
  7. Central Coast Rescue Mission
  8. Community Action Commission
  9. Community Kitchen
  10. Coordinating Committee for the Homeless
  11. Cottage Health System / Parish Nursing Program – S.B.
  12. Cottage Hospital Social Services – Discharge Planning
  13. Cottage Residential Center
  14. Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse / Project Recovery
  15. Department of Veterans Affairs, Vet Center
  16. Doctors Without Walls
  17. Domestic Violence Solutions
  18. Drop-in Center/Referral Information
  19. Families ACT
  20. Family Service Agency
  21. Food Bank – South County
  22. Guydance House
  23. Health Care for the Homeless
  24. Hospitality HouseHousing Authority of the City of S.B.
  25. Independent Living Resource Center – S.B.
  26. Legal Aid Foundation of S.B. County – S.B.
  27. Lighthouse of Santa Barbara
  28. Mental Health Association in S.B. County
  29. Narcotics Anonymous – Santa Barbara
  30. New Beginnings Counseling Center
  31. Noahs Anchorage Youth Crisis Shelter
  32. PathPoint
  33. Peoples Self-Help Housing Corp.
  34. Rape Crisis Center
  35. Recovery Road
  36. Rental Housing Mediation Task Force
  37. S.B. Community Housing Corp.
  38. S.B. County Dept. of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services (ADMHS) – Alcohol and Drug
  39. S.B. County Dept. of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services (ADMHS) – Mental Health
  40. S.B. County Dept. of Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Services (ADMHS) CARES Unit – South
  41. S.B. County Dept. of Public Health – Health Care for the Homeless
  42. S.B. County Dept. of Social Services
  43. S.B. County Education Office Homeless Education Liaison Project (HE/LP) <
  44. Salvation Army – Carpinteria
  45. Sanctuary Psychiatric Centers of Santa Barbara
  46. Santa Barbara Rescue Mission
  47. Sarah House
  48. St. Vincents-Affordable Housing Program
  49. St. Vincents-PATHS Program
  50. Stalwart Clean and Sober
  51. The Phoenix of Santa Barbara
  52. The Salvation Army – S.B.
  53. Transition House
  54. UCSB Street Health Outreach
  55. Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara
  56. Villa Majella
  57. Willbridge, Inc.
  58. Zona Seca – Santa Barbara

*This is likely an incomplete list. Many listed may focus only a portion of their efforts towards homeless services. This is an unscientific compilation.

65 Responses to “Homeless Inc.”

  1. Roger D.

    That icon on th front page looks an awlful lot like the “Hot Wheels ” icon I hope you didn’t steal it.

  2. Anonymous

    That’s a really long list of non-profits that provide services related to alcohol and other drug abuse, mental and physical health care, even some that have a limited number of beds for shelter at night, but not much in the way of providing housing for the homeless, job training or employment – Casa Esperanza’s Culinary Arts program is one of the exceptions.Many great resources, though. Transition House is awesome, has months-long waiting list and prioritizes families as clients. I have a feeling that most people who can’t tolerate seeing homeless people in public are out & about later than the usual 6am checkout time.