Homeless Services



The City of Glendale’s Community Services and Parks Department is seeking applications from agencies interested in providing Rapid Re-housing assistance to homeless individuals and families in the Glendale Continuum of Care. A total amount of $30,173 in ESG funding is available for FY 2015-17 beginning July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. While it is the City’s intention to renew agreements resulting from this RFP on an annual basis through the 2017 program year, future funding will be contingent upon performance and funding availability. All applicants and proposed activities must meet HUD ESG eligibility guidelines to be considered for funding. This program was previously known as the Emergency Shelter Grants Program, but its scope, eligible activities, and requirements changed significantly under the Homeless Emergency and Rapid Transition to Housing (HEARTH) Act of 2009, whose regulations were released for effect in early 2012.
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2015 Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless Assistance Consolidated Application

The 2015 Continuum of Care Consolidated Application including the priority listing has been posted on the website on November 2, 2015.  If you have any questions, please contact Ivet Samvelyan at 818-548-3720 at isamvelyan@glendaleca.gov.

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Click Here to View/Download the 2015 Funding Recommendation

Click Here to View/Download the 2015 CoC Application

Click Here to View/Download HUD's 2015 Ranking Tool

 WSP FLYER 2015 - 2016

 2015-2016 Winter Shelter Program
 Rapid Re-Housing Program 

One-stop social services-help with housing, case management, health & mental health services and emergency shelter intake

1851 Tyburn Street
Glendale, CA 91204
Phone: (818) 246-7900
Fax: (818) 246-2858

PATH Ventures
340 N. Madison Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Phone: (323) 644-2243


A mobile street outreach team is based at Ascencia. The team provides assessment and services to homeless persons on the streets of Glendale. M-F 7:00 - 4:00 – Help with housing, counseling, employment, health & mental health issues.


Ascencia is also a 40-bed shelter for single adults and families. The shelter does not take walk-ins. Clients must go through an assessment process first. The shelter number is (818) 246-7900.

Homeless Prevention - Help with food and clothing

Catholic Charities
Loaves and Fishes
4322 San Fernando Road
Glendale, CA 91204 
Phone: (818)409-3080
Fax: (818) 956-1857

The Salvation Army
801 S. Central Avenue
Glendale, CA 91204
Phone: (818)246-5586
Fax: (818) 246-2419

First Lutheran Church Glendale
1300 E. Colorado Street
(9am – 12pm Fridays ONLY)
(818) 240-9000

Adult Recreation Center
201 E. Colorado Street.
Lunch Program for seniors age 60+,
sign up by phone or in person 9-10:30am,
meals served according to availability at 11:30am,
(818) 548-3775 ($2.50 donation for meals)

Help for domestic violence & transitional housing

The YWCA provides domestic violence shelter and support services to women & children. Shelter address is confidential. Persons experiencing a domestic violence crisis should call the 24-Hour Domestic Violence Hotline: (818) 242-1106.

The Glendale YWCA
Domestic Violence Project
735 E. Lexington
Glendale, CA 91206
Phone: (818) 242-4155
Fax: (818) 240-6036

Door of Hope Hamilton Court Transitional Housing Program
Confidential Location
Phone: (818) 548-3872

Health Care

All for Health, Health for All
519 E. Broadway, Glendale, 8:30-5:30 M-F
Phone: (818) 409-3020
437 S. Pacific Ave., Glendale, 8:30-5:30 M-F
Phone: (818) 241-1500

Glendale Free Health Clinic
130 N. Kenwood St., Glendale, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Tuesdays Only