Directory of Other Resources
Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP)
Provides services designed for individuals and families in need of food, shelter and referrals to other needed resources.
510 233-2141 • Website
Contra Costa Homeless Outreach
Provides community based outreach to help homeless persons find the resources and supplies needed to live and eventually transition off the streets.
925-812-3511 • Website
Provides food, drop-in services, and referrals to those experiencing poverty in Contra Costa County.
925-949-8712 • Website
Offers services to domestic violence victims. They include a 24 hour crisis help line, referrals to other services, and safe shelter.
925-676-2845 • Website
Contra Costa Interfaith Housing
Provides housing assistance and support services such as mental health intervention, parenting skills, academic and employment assistance to homeless individuals and at-risk families.
925-944-2244 • Website
Winter Nights Shelter
The Winter Nights Program provides a clean, safe, and warm facility at night and a daytime services center during winter for homeless families with children and for homeless seniors.
OPEN: October - May
925-933-6030 • Website
Provides rental assistance, referrals to other needed services, health care, job training and other resources to low-income residents of Contra Costa County.
925-228-6920 • Website
Provides mental health and wellness, legal services, and employment assistance to individuals with very low-income.
510-235-1516 • Website
Contra Costa Behavioral Health
Provides emergency shelter, transitional housing, and permanent supportive housing for single adults, youth, and families experiencing homelessness in Contra Costa County.
Anka Behavioral Health, Inc.
Provides support services, outreach, and housing assistance to individuals with physical, mental, or substance abuse disabilities.
925-825-4700 • Website
Other Partner Agencies
- West Contra Costa Unified School District
- Berkeley Food and Housing Project
- Swords to Plowshares
- Loaves and Fishes of Contra Costa County
- East Bay Community Recovery Project