Mission: Abode Services believes everyone should have a home. Every day we provide housing and services to homeless people in our community while working to end the cycle of homelessness.
Target demographics: Homeless and low-income families and individuals in Alameda, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, and Napa Counties. Several of our programs provide service coordination for specific populations (e.g., individuals with disabilities, or youth aging out of the foster system).
Direct beneficiaries per year: 4,800
Geographic areas served: Alameda and Santa Clara Counties, California
Programs: We offer a wide breadth of programs intended to help homeless and low-income families and individuals find and keep stable housing. These include our emergency shelter, transitional and permanent housing programs, a program that supports homeless and formerly homeless children and their parents, employment support, and several others.
For information about specific programs, please visit our website, www.abodeservices.org, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abode Services is a wonderful nonprofit that is making head way in the bay area. Homelessness is at an all time high and Abode is working to put an end to this. They have helped several people in many ways from shelters to building homes and even working with landlords. Their employees are friendly and caring people who are passionate for the work they do. I would recommend Abode Services to anyone who is currently experiencing homelessness. Great Job!
This review is based on their reputation for inability to retain staff and high turnover. How can the public receive consistent services if their staff keep changing? I am frustrated as a client and have inquired about this issue. I am suspecting this is due to management.
Abode Services is a very careful steward of their resources. The organization's commitment to the homeless of Southern Alameda County is without compare, due in large measure to the skills of the professional staff. Abode has a vital role to play in ensuring that needy individuals receive shelter in a worsening budgetary climate.