The Women’s Center–YFS offers an immediate safe haven, as well as food, clothing, and supportive services for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, and for homeless and runaway youth through its shelter programs.
DAWN (Directions for Abused Women in Need) House, established in 1982, is the agency’s first and largest undisclosed shelter for battered women and their children, located in Stockton. DAWN House has the capacity to house up to 42 women and children at a time, and serves more than 400 individuals each year.
TREE (Tracy Refuge for Empowerment and Education) House was established in 2003 through a partnership With Sutter Tracy Hospital. TREE House is an undisclosed emergency shelter with the capacity to serve up to 10 battered women and children at a time, and serves 50-100 individuals each year.
Safe House opened in 1991 with funding from the federal Department of Health and Human Services, Family and Youth Services Bureau. Safe House offers up to 21 days of shelter and supportive services for runaway, throwaway and homeless youth aged 12-17.
Opportunity House Transitional Living Program was opened in 1996 with funds from the federal Department of Health and Human Services, Family and Youth Services Bureau. Opportunity House provides up to 21 months of shelter and supportive services to prepare runaway, throwaway and homeless youth for independent living. The program serves youth aged 18-21 and emancipated youth from 16-17 years old.
- Food & Clothing
- Life Skills Training
- Support Groups
- Individual & Family Counseling
- “Just For Kids” Children’s Counseling Program
- Parenting classes
- Referral Services
- Employment Readiness
- Financial Literacy Program
- After Care Program