COVID-19: In the midst of crisis, there is always HOPE

IMPACT A LIFE


We are in an unprecedented time and, while none of us know how long this will last, we are committed to staying present and working through this health crisis with those who are isolated, unsheltered and feeling lost - ensuring all 4,060 residents and clients of our shelters and housing programs throughout Northern California and Northern Nevada are protected.

Use this webpage as a resource and a source of hope for you. Together, we can continue serving our neighbors in need, and to share ways that we can support each other and our community.

Shelter in Hope: Stay connected virtually and spiritually

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    Sign up to receive messages of Spiritual Inspiration via text

    Are you feeling lost, isolated, alone? We’re here for you! Sign up to receive messages of Spiritual Inspiration directly into your inbox or to your phone. We’ll share daily prayers and mission moments.

    Sign up now
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    Join our weekly worship service

    Join our weekly live-streamed worship service every Sunday at 11 a.m. EST for an interdenominational worship service streamed live from Gulf Coast Village, a Volunteers of America Continuing Care Retirement Community in Cape Coral, Florida.

    Join Now
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    Request a Prayer

    You don’t have to face your challenges alone. You are part of a family that cares for you. In difficult times, we turn to prayer and support with others. Each request is a sacred trust and daily lifted before our gracious Lord who is always listening. And if you are someone who wants to pray for others, you are welcome to join our confidential prayer team.

    Request a Prayer

Do you need help?

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    Sacramento Resources

    Volunteers of America is committed to helping each other find the resources you might need to weather this storm. Click the link below for Sacramento's 2-1-1 services. 2-1-1 can help you find emergency food, housing assistance, emergency shelter locations, children’s services, support for seniors, people with disabilities, and mental health and counseling services, among many others.

    Sacramento Resources
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    Reno Resources

    Volunteers of America is committed to helping each other find the resources you might need to weather this storm. Click the link below for Reno's 2-1-1 services. 2-1-1 can help you find emergency food, housing assistance, emergency shelter locations, children’s services, support for seniors, people with disabilities, and mental health and counseling services, among many others.

    Reno Resources
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