They provide crisis response shelters for homeless families, men and women in Sacrament.
Their shelters keep clients safe from harm while providing resources and solutions that will move them toward more stable futures.
Designed to meet the emergency housing needs of as many as 12 individuals diagnosed as HIV-positive, and those living with AIDS, Open Arms also provides life-skills training, employment counseling, substance abuse and health education, as well as permanent housing assessment and referrals.
Their services include case management, employment counseling and job referrals, permanent housing referrals, life-skills coaching, and more.
Eighty beds are available for men who are seeking long-term stability and the tools to once again be productive and contributing members of our community.
The needs of as many as 12 families are met here, with 62 beds, and three meals provided daily as well as support services including transportation to and from school, permanent housing referrals and educational and job-search information.