Jenesse’s mission is to provide victims of domestic violence and their children with a comprehensive centralized base of support that is culturally responsive, and ensures their transition from immediate crisis to stability and self-sufficiency. Jenesse provides the following services: shelter, domestic violence crisis hotline, case management, vocational education program, mental health program, legal services, children and adolescent's enrichment Program, health, transportation, and educational programs.
The Our House Family Residential shelter serves children and their parents, as well as single women. The program offers 90 days of room and board, case management, psycho social counseling, emergency child care, transportation passes, job search and housing search assistance. The program’s goal is to move families and single women from homelessness into safe, stable and affordable housing.
CHAP is a grassroots, all-volunteer group that seeks to end homelessness in Claremont by advocating for and suppoting homeless adult individuals within the community. CHAP provides a variety of services to the 50-plus homeless adults who reside in Claremont, as well as those at risk of becoming homeless, but its primary goal is to secure sutainable housing for these individuals. The first step in accomplishing this goal is to match up all of the individuals ("participants") seeking aid from CHAP with two volunteer mentors ("advocates").
They provide Showers Monday thru Friday 8am til 12noon, Clothing Vouchers available, Hot Meals: Monday - Friday at 12noon; Tuesdays at 6pm, Weekends, call for schedule, 8 station Computer Learning and Job Training Center Mission Church on Tuesday evenings. They have access to temperature controlled large room to rest during the day. Daily life skill classes i.e. Anger management, finances, parenting, social skills etc. Case management, onsite access to mental health, veterans services, substance abuse treatment and prevention, housing specialists etc.
90 Bed Shelter. The new facility includes private family bedrooms, a commercial kitchen, common dining room and living spaces, meeting rooms, computer education center, playground and garden – all geared toward helping families achieve a brighter future.
Harvest Home is a residential program that serves homeless pregnant women and their babies. All women enter the program while they are pregnant, and stay on average between 3 and 6 months after the birth of their child. Harvest Home offers a nurturing, structured program aimed at helping each woman make changes in her life in order to attain independence and stability. They also provide: financial independence, emotional and mental health services, and health classes.
The Lancaster Community Shelter or as we know it Grace Shelter Services is the only full-service homeless shelter in the Antelope Valley that serves single men, single women and families. We provide a safe place to sleep, two hot meals, case management, supportive services and transportation to and from several social serviice agencies near the shelter. Clients take showers daily, have opportunities to do laundry and have secure lockers to store their possessions. The shelter also provides job training and educational opportunities.