Shelter – Samaritan House
Helping make Long Beach A Better Place for All
With the homeless population in the Greater Long Beach Area rising every year, more than 120 each day now seek refuge and hope at our Samaritan House shelter for men, where we offer the following services:
Provided they're not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, walk-in guests are offered a bed for seven days, along with showers, food, clothing, counseling, care and spiritual support.
Case Management Samaritan House guests are strongly encouraged to take advantage of 30- to 90-day Case Management care—an accountability-based program that helps them get back on their feet, and begin their journey into a self-sufficient life.
New Life Program Offering a long-term approach towards transforming the "whole person," this year-long program involves intensive counseling with a chaplain and case manager, regular Bible study, a biblically-based 12-step program, educational services, as well as work therapy and vocational training.
Samaritan House is the first step on the road to recovery for many homeless men, thanks to the support of the Greater Long Beach Community our shelter locations offer more than 63,000 nights of safe shelter to those in need.
If you're in need or know someone who is, call (562) 591-1292 ext. 201, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
And for at-risk women and children we also offer our Lydia House shelter on a referral basis only (no walk-ins). For help or more information call (562) 591-1292 ext. 301, or contact email@example.com