Homeward Bound of Marin

Homeward Bound of Marin offers a transitional housing program which provides temporary shelter for needy residents of Marin County. Within three days of arriving at Homeward Bound, each homeless individual and family – with the assistance of Homeward Bound staff – begins to devise an action plan to move home for good. Although the plan is specific to each individual’s needs, an action plan might include goals like finding a job, gaining or building life skills, pursuing job training, kicking a drug or alcohol habit, cleaning up bad credit, or applying for subsidized housing. Our residents learn to identify and prioritize issues and make life-affirming choices. A capacity of 280 beds allows us to provide a safe place to stay for approximately 1,800 people, including 400 or more children each year.

Website: homewardboundofmarin.org
Address: 199 Greenfield Avenue Second Floor
San Rafael, CA 94901