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Good Samaritan Shelter’s Santa Maria Emergency Shelter and Bridgehouse program are emergency shelters designed to meet the needs of homeless individuals and families. These programs help individuals and families gain stability and assist moving them towards self-sufficiency.
Good Samaritan’s Family Shelter is located at 401 W Morrison Ave., Building C. The family shelter was developed in response to the growing need of a program to assist families who are in limbo due to socio and economic hardship. This 90 day program allows families with children to work closely with a case manager to attain various life skills so that the family may successfully transition into independent living.
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Marks House is a 19-bed family transitional shelter located in Lompoc, CA. Currently operated by Good Samaritan Shelter, the goal of Marks House is to help homeless families achieve self-sufficiency. We are able to do this by providing temporary transitional shelter where a family may stay together, while addressing the root causes of homelessness so that the family may never be homeless again.
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The Santa Maria Safe House program is a specialized and secure program designed to help female victims of human trafficking regain independence. This specialized housing program provides clients with a safe place to stay, case management support, life skills, and much more.