Supportive Services

  • Coach2Career

    As a service for those who are homeless, formerly homeless, or in need of employment assistance, Coach 2 Career provides a seven-week certificate course teaching job readiness skills, runs a Learning Center computer lab, and offers one-on-one coaching for resume writing, interviewing, proper work attire (including outfits from our Hire Attire closet), and job referrals. 
    Services are provided primarily to residents of Family Support Center, Samuel L. Jones Hall, Rainbow House, and the Betty Kwan Chinn Day Center. The non-residents may also access services if there is availability. For more information, click here.
  • Resource Assistance (in partnership with SonomaWORKS)

    Helping you find and keep a job is the goal of this partnership. We assist you in completing an application and assessment. Once you are accepted, SonomaWORKS will help you to prepare for work, find a job, and become self-sufficient. They will also pay for certain supportive services needed while you participate in your activities if other funding sources are not available, such as childcare, transportation to work, and counseling for mental health issues. For more information, click here.
  • Financial Education (in partnership with SonomaWORKS and SparkPoint)

    Once you have a job, managing your finances becomes key to keeping a home and caring for your family. When you are referred to us by SonomaWORKS, we provide free credit counseling and financial education to ensure you remain self-sufficient.  Through SparkPoint, we provide resources to get out of and stay out of debt. For more information, click here.
  • Health Insurance

    Affordable health insurance is available through Covered California and Medi-Cal. Our accredited counselors can help you find the right coverage for yourself or your family (including Medi-Cal for children), determine your eligibility, and help you complete applications at no charge. For more information, click here.
  • Health and Wellness

    People who are homeless have far greater health problems than the general population. Learning to live a healthier life – eating nutritious food, increasing daily activity, quitting smoking, accessing appropriate mental health services – can put someone on the road to a better life. For more information, click here.
  • Nutrition Education & Obesity Prevention (NEOP)