The Sheepfold - Women's Transitional Housing Shelter

Transitional Housing
Orange, CA
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PO Box 4487
Orange, CA - 92863

(714) 237-1444 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one mail@thesheepfold.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About The Sheepfold - Women's Transitional Housing Shelter

The Sheepfold is a two-step transitional living program for mothers with children in their custody, (boys up to 12 years of age and girls up to 17 years of age). The first step of the program is set in a residential communal environment with five families maximum at each facility. The second step of the program is set in a private apartment complex with a maximum of 10 families at a facility. The program as a whole focuses on each families individual needs while providing everyone with a safe an healing environment. With their help, each mother establishes a means of support for herself and her children, develops and adheres to a budget, learns parenting skills, locates affordable housing and saves for future living expenses. After completing their program, she is ready for independent living.

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Mission Statement: To equip mothers with children suffering from homelessness or abuse for successful independent living with hope for the future. A key outcome is that they can live on their own independently and not be tempted to return to their abuser and destructive lifestyle.

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  1. I am a victim of a violent crime, a victim of domestic violence, among other health conditions that are rapidly declining, I am disabled and I am homeless living in my car at times and a tent in the bushes. I have no family and no friends with no knowledge where to go and had called some shelters as well as 2-1-1 and would get turned away for one reason or the other. I been homeless for 2 years posted July 24, 2019
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