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Greater Sacramento

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  • Affordable Housing Communities

    Different affordable housing for families, seniors, veterans, and those with disabilities located in Auburn, Sacramento, Roseville, Rocklin, and North Highlands.

  • Corrections/Re-Entry Programs

    Sacramento's Corrections and Re-Entry programs include our Comprehensive Alcohol & Treatment Center, our Community Re-Entry program, and our Recovery for Parenting Women program.

  • Employment & Rehabilitation Services

    The various employment and rehabilitation services available include our Mather Community Campus, our Specialized Training Employment Program Services, our Transitional Housing for Former Foster Youth, and our Veterans Employment Services.

  • Former Foster Youth

    The program provides affordable housing and comprehensive supportive services for up to 24 months to help former foster care and probation youth have a successful transition.

  • Housing Assistance & Placement

    Our housing assistance and placement services are offered towards seniors, families, veterans, and persons with disabilities. Search our nationwide housing properties to get help today.

  • Shelters

    VOA has a variety of different shelters available in the Sacramento area: Auburn Shelter, Family Shelter, Mather Community Campus, Open Arms, Men's Shelter, and the Senior Safe House. Learn more and find the shelter best fitting for your situation.

  • Veterans Services

    Services include rapid re-housing, case-management and homeless prevention. A large focus is heavily placed on increasing our veteran men's and women's employment possibilities through life and job skills classes.

Volunteers of America Sacramento services include Emergency Shelters, Community Re-Entry, Former Foster Youth Services, Housing, Treatment & Recovery Services, and Veterans services. For additional resources, please call 211.