- Help at a glance
The Salvation Army offers programs including the Culinary Arts, the Hope Harbor Family Center and social services. 209-369-5896
Lodi House, a nonprofit agency established to provide shelter for homeless women and children, as well as food, advocacy, counseling and workshops. 209-334-6346; firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Valley Low Income Housing Corporation, which provides rent assistance to homeless disabled persons. Qualifying disabilities include serious mental illness, HIV/AIDS or physical disabilities. 209-472-7200
New Directions, a supportive housing program for homeless individuals, including those with a history of substance abuse. Program participants reside in dormitories and receive supportive services which include individual and group counseling. 209-870-6506
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held daily for those struggling with alcohol abuse. 209-339-1201 (24-hour teleservice line)
Narcotics Anonymous meetings are held throughout the city. There is a complete list at www.na.org. 209-464-9262.
Posted: Wednesday, January 16, 2013 12:00 am
City and county officials will attempt to count how many homeless people in Lodi are living in shelters or outside later this month.
The nationwide count is taken every two years and provides a snapshot of homelessness in America. For San Joaquin County, the count will ne held from Jan. 23 to 25.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 12:00 am.