When you are experiencing homelessness, getting discharged from the hospital can be a time of great fear and uncertainty, but we want to put your mind at ease and share a little about what you can expect to experience at our care center.

Caring for Body, Mind and Spirit Mind, and Spirit

We are a comfortable, well-managed after care facility whose mission is to give you a safe space to rest so that you can concentrate on healing. We’ll give you a semi-private room and a warm, comfortable bed to sleep in. We’ll provide you with nutritious and delicious meals, tools for good hygiene, rides to your appointments, and the support and encouragement you need to get better. You will always be treated with respect.

The Harbor Care Experience

We offer
  • State-of-the-art facility with a warm and inviting atmosphere
  • Compassionate, caring staff who are here to help you, not judge you
  • Semi-private rooms with adjustable hospital beds
  • Every bed has its own flatscreen TV with headphones for quiet enjoyment
  • A commercial kitchen staffed with a professional chef, providing three delicious meals per day.
  • Spacious outdoor patio lounge, decorated with woods and relaxing soft blue colors
  • Laundry services – clean clothes and linens
  • Onsite life-skill courses
  • Fun and fulfilling activities – game nights, movie nights, taco Tuesdays, and more
Medical Needs
  • Onsite health clinic providing quality care
  • Safe storage, reminders, and refills of your medications
  • Transportation to and from the hospital
  • Transportation to medical appointments like doctor follow-up visits, wound care, physical therapy, lab tests, and more

We assist with:

  • Acquiring identification (Real ID, Driver’s License, Birth Certificate, etc.)
  • Applying for and securing benefits (Social Security, food programs, housing subsidies)
  • Job searches and applying for employment (training programs, disability accommodations, etc.)
  • Connections to substance abuse recovery programs
  • Obtaining housing (temporary housing, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing)

We help you gain access to services that help get you back on your feet. And If you’re ready for housing, we’ll help get you there too. You are so much more than what you have been through! We want to see you thrive in the next chapter of your life.

And, if you’ll let us, we’ll connect you to the resources you need to get housed.

Harbor Care Center is a launching pad for you to achieve good health and independence. Our case managers are here to help you take the next step, whether that’s supportive housing, family reunification, or other safe and sheltered living situations. We make connections and break down barriers.

– Harbor Care –
Resident Stories

Leon Regains His Health and Entrepreneurial Spirit at Harbor Care

Leon grew up in Carson, California. He described his home life as dysfunctional and stated, “We were the problem family on the street.” The home was plagued with alcoholism and abuse.

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Francisco Finds a Caring Community at Harbor Care

Toward the end of 2023, after getting into a car accident while in between jobs, his life took a turn for the worse. At the time, he was living in his car and had just quit his job, but had another job lined up.

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William’s Car Troubles Leads to Opportunity

William is a product of the countryside of Georgia in the 1960s. He refers to himself as a “country boy.” He’s a large man, with a calming presence. He grew up with three sisters and two brothers. He describes his upbringing as normal.

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Shawn Finds Peace of Mind at Harbor Care

Shawn grew up in Bellingham, Washington, but he was born in Spokane. Shawn came from a normal upbringing. He has two half-siblings, but his closest friend and relative was his uncle who was the same age as him.

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Jason’s Praying Grandma Helps Him Find His Purpose

Jason is a beacon of positivity and a ball of energy, but he comes from extreme adversity. He was born and raised in Oklahoma by a single mother. His ethics and morals were molded by criminals and drug addicts who had no respect for the law.

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Getting Hit by a Car, Leads Joseph to Finding What He Needed

Joseph was born in Kansas City, Missouri. He moved to California at the age of five with his parents and siblings and they bounced all around the state: Inglewood, South Central, Redondo Beach, Hawthorne, and Sacramento.

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Antron Looks to Rebuild Himself at Harbor Care  

Antron was born in the San Fernando Valley and grew up in Pasadena. He had a good family and lived comfortably, but he took a wrong turn and got involved with a gang at age 14.

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Isaac Gets Back on his Feet and onto the Road to Recovery

Isaac was born in Riverside and grew up in Sylmar. He was raised in a single parent home and got involved in drugs and gangs at an early age. “I stopped listening to my mom and left whenever I wanted to.

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Adam Lost His Parents and Housing, but not His Hope

Adam grew up in the San Fernando Valley. He is the youngest of four boys. He had a tight knit family. His older brothers got involved with gangs but wouldn’t let Adam get involved in that way of life. After high school Adam got a job at a home loan company.

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