Helping America's most vulnerable.

Auburn Shelter

Steps to Apply

11442 'E' Avenue Auburn, CA 530-885-8840 Located in the Placer County Government Center off Atwood and Richardson Drive

Those needing temporary emergency shelter with case management services must start their intake through Placer County's coordinated entry system by calling 1 (833) 375-2237

The Auburn Shelter program is for individual adults only and their pets (as room allows) and is a clean and sober environment,

Volunteers of America operates the Auburn Shelter and provides up to 90 days of services for up to 100 24/7 case managed residents. Currently the Shelter operates at full capacity.

Shelter services include shelter, meals, laundry, and personal-need items. Case management services connection to partnering organization that together work to move clients to stability, their next level of care and/or housing. These services include securing critical identification and documents, connection to helathcare insurance and providers, job preparedness, life-skill classes, employment services, and more.

Please click here for more information on the history of the Auburn Shelter, founded by the non-profit Right Hand Auburn in 2015.