The Lazarus Project Inc.: Since 1998, The Lazarus Project has been the only non-profit organization to provide low or no cost housing for homeless men and women in our community. For those men and women in our community who have little to no income and are on the verge of becoming homeless, The Lazarus Project has become their last hope for housing before being sent to a shelter or to live on the streets. For those men and women in our community who have little to no income and are homeless, The Lazarus Project has become their only and best hope for returning to a life fulfilled as a contributing member of our community. Within our homes our staff creates an environment of success where program participants can attain economic and social well-being by overcoming the issues that contributed to their situation. In short…we provide a hand up – not a hand out. (916) 772-6833
Roseville Home Start, Inc., established in 1995, is a transitional housing facility providing hope to homeless families with children. Families are assisted in putting their lives back together in a drug and alcohol-free environment. Home Start strives to see these families gainfully employed and independently housed. (916) 782-6667
St. Vincent De Paul provides a wide range of services to the working poor and the homeless in our area. Our Food Locker feeds over 800 families each month. The Dining Room offers a hot lunch five days per week. Our Medical Clinic provides medical care and prescriptions for the uninsured and underinsured. Lastly, the Thrift Store supplies free clothing and furniture for families in need.
What Would Jesus Do? Inc. is a ministry staffed with volunteers and a van that goes out each morning and serves breakfast and an additional meal for the day to the homeless. Those served may include those who have slept on the streets and some who could not afford to buy food for themselves or their children. What Would Jesus Do? Inc. also provides referrals and transportation for medical appointments, the Employment Development Department and veteran’s agencies. A volunteer physician offers free medical care for the homeless one morning a week. (916) 786-9953