Who We Serve

Unlike any time in America's history, today's homeless are primarily children, women, and families. These people are often temporarily homeless due to a life-altering event or unforeseen life circumstance. It is estimated that more than 80 percent of today's homeless population are women, children and families that experience a life-altering events such as divorce, abuse, and job loss driving them to homelessness.

Generally, these people simply need a temporary place to regroup, catch their breath, and rebuild their lives. 



HomeAid Sacramento builds transitional housing facilities that serve temporarily, or transitionally, homeless families and individuals, which include:

  • Victims of domestic violence
  • Pregnant teens
  • Abused and abandoned children
  • At-risk and runaway teens
  • Medically fragile infants
  • Families experiencing temporary job loss
  • Victims of natural disasters and other catastrophes
  • Returning Veterans