Nearly 1/3 of Young People Experiencing Homelessness in the U.S. are in CA, Your Support Becomes Their Strength.
Sanctuary and Support for California’s Youth.
SUPPORT FOR AGES 18-24
Covenant House California addresses homelessness when it begins – in young adulthood, when HOPE and possibility are still strong. We EMPOWER youth to harness their strengths, that they may leave homelessness behind for good.
CHC provides a full continuum of services to meet the physical, emotional, educational, vocational, and spiritual well-being of young people, in order to provide them with the best chance for success in independence.
This year Covenant House California provided 83,329 nights of housing for young people experiencing homelessness in California.
From providing medical care to aiding in job placement, CHC adopts an inclusive approach to empower at-risk youth, offering immediate assistance and fostering long-term development through a spectrum of supportive programs
1325 N. Western Ave.
Los Angeles CA 90027
200 Harrison St.
Oakland, Ca 94607
2250 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, Ca 95050
632 North East St.
Anaheim, Ca 92805
Covenant House California’s Commitment to DEI
Covenant House California is committed to maintaining a Board of Directors, Leadership and Staff that reflect the agency’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion; and that represents the youth and community we serve. And, we urge our partners, vendors, and supporters to make the same commitment.
Covenant House California understands that diversity means many different things to many different people and defines it broadly to be inclusive of many different elements of human groups, but to focus particularly on: Racial and ethnic groups, Gender Identity and Expression, Sexual Orientation (LGBT+ populations), and People with Disabilities. Our objectives are to improve equity through promoting justice, impartiality, and fairness within the procedures, processes, and distribution of resources at Covenant House CA. And further, to increase inclusion and foster belonging which ensures diverse individuals can fully participate in agency decision-making processes.
Our doors are open to youth and staff regardless of their race, religion and sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.