Where Healing

Leads to Home

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Serving the most vulnerable, at their most helpless time.

When most people leave a hospital or acute care center, they have a home to go to and family or friends to help take care of them when they need it. They have rides to follow-up appointments like checkups, lab tests, and physical therapy. They have people to help them along on their journey back to good health.

But on the streets, this support simply does not exist. For people experiencing homelessness, healing fully from an injury or illness is more than a challenge — it can be a life-and-death situation. That’s where Harbor Care Center steps in.

We provide residential care for people who are recovering from illness or injury whose condition would be worsened by living on the streets.

A safe place to land. A perfect place to launch.

Our 30-bed shelter located in Mission Hills, CA is an ideal setting for Los Angeles and San Fernando Valley based patients to recover, while connecting them to vital services and permanent supportive housing.

In 2023

81% of residents

who completed their stay with us were

connected to housing

%
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With your help, we can achieve even more.

Real Patients. Real Stories. Real Care.

Raymone Survives Shooting, Life on the Streets, and Discovers a Higher Purpose

Raymone was dealt a difficult hand in life. His mother experimented with drugs and died when he was 3 years old. He had joined a gang at the age of 14 and had been getting in trouble and spent time in juvenile camps. The gang life was the only life he had known.

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Abandoned and Homeless, Jacki Finds Hope at Harbor Care

Jacki’s struggle with alcohol has made it challenging for her to maintain a life of stability. She was staying at a board and care facility and was having health problems. “The lady who ran the board and care took me to the hospital and grabbed somebody’s wheelchair, set me in it, put me in line…

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David Finds Help After Losing Everything to a Gambling Addiction

David understands gambling better than anyone. He struggled with gambling addiction for years. In two years, he gambled around three million dollars. To make matters worse, David began suffering from multiple mild heart attacks. Doctors told him he needs a bypass. He now finds himself unable to work because of his health.

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We are. Daily.

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You Can Help

Join us as we confront homelessness head-on with a compassionate, individual approach. A changed life often begins with a meal! Many of our residents come to us malnourished and haven’t had a good, healthy meal in a long time. Sitting down to a hot meal, made from scratch and served with love, makes them feel right at home.

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