Emergency and transitional housing in Alameda County
Our state of the art emergency housing facility, Crossroads provides dignified accommodations and holistic services to homeless people, including individuals battling HIV/AIDS. Over 16,000 of Alameda County’s homeless have come through our doors since 1990.
In addition to Crossroads, EOCP operates three transitional housing programs. Our House offers a safe home and support services for homeless young adults. Matilda Cleveland is a 14-unit congregate living complex that gives single parent families a stable home environment with extensive resources for regaining their foothold. Our Families in Transition program assists homeless families living in 10 residential units scattered throughout Oakland.