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On October 5, 2016, the County of Orange, in partnership with The Midnight Mission, opened The Courtyard at the former Santa Ana Transit Terminal. Open 24/7, 365 days a year, The Courtyard provides a safe and secure environment to those seeking respite from the streets.
Location: 400 W. Santa Ana Blvd., Santa Ana, CA 92701
Bridges at Kraemer Place is an emergency shelter located in the City of Anaheim and operated by Mercy House through a contract with the County of Orange. Currently Bridges has a 100 person capacity, while a second phase of the project is expected to be finished in 2018. The second phase will allow the capacity to be doubled, totaling up to space for 200 occupants. It is also expected to bring an on-site health clinic as well as kitchen access. This shelter is open to those 18 and older. The goal of Bridges is to transition clients to provide more permanent housing plans as soon as possible.
A Management, Operations and Public Safety (MOPS) Plan that was developed and guides the operation of the Bridges at Kraemer Place operation. View MOPS Plan...
Location: 1000 N. Kraemer Place, Anaheim, CA 92806
The Orange County Armory Emergency Shelter is a seasonal program (usually December - April) operated by Mercy House, providing up to 400 beds per night for the homeless at the California National Guard Armories in Fullerton and Santa Ana. The program provides shelter to families and individuals along with a nutritious meal, warm shower, a safe place to sleep, warm clothes, a wide variety of supportive services, and a friendly and safe atmosphere.
Santa Ana Armory: 612 East Warner (Warner / Main)
Fullerton Armory: 400 South Brookhurst (Brookhurst / Valencia)
WISEPlace for Women in Santa Ana entered into contract with the County to provide up to 60 beds for single women and will be able to accommodate women with small to medium size pets. The new program SAFE Place for Women is a low barrier shelter with supportive services and offers and opportunity for the women to enter into transitional housing also operated by WISE Place for Women.
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