Santa Barbara Rescue Mission

535 E Yanonali St
Santa Barbara, CA 54301

805-966-1316 kcarroll@sbrm.org Go To Website
General Information:
Santa Barbara Rescue Mission The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission has served the county and city of Santa Barbara for over 50 years, providing emergency services and long-term recovery for the homeless and addicted. We are the only emergency shelter that is open 365 nights of the year from Santa Maria to Ventura. Programs: Homeless Guests The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission is the only organization between Oxnard and Santa Maria that provides hot meals and overnight accommodations seven days a week, 365 days per year. Shelter is provided every night to 100 men and 36 women. On an annual basis, the Mission provides approximately 70,000 meals and 32,000 overnight stays for the homeless of Santa Barbara. Schedule for our overnight guests: Evening     3:30-4:15 – Women’s check-in, luggage storage, and showers.     5:00-5:45 – Guests may attend chapel services conducted by Santa Barbara community churches.     6:00-6:30 – Dinner.     6:00-7:00 – Men’s check-in and luggage storage.     6:00-7:00 – Men’s showers.     8:00 p.m. – Bedtime, lights out. Morning     5:30 a.m. – Wake-up.     5:30-6:16 – Wash, shave and dress.     6:10-6:40 – Breakfast.     6:50 a.m. – Leave Mission for the day. Men’s Recovery 600_2126-2-4 12-Month Men’s Residential Treatment Program The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission’s Men’s Residential Treatment Program is a 12-month, faith-centered, 12-step social model program. Residents are provided with a living and learning environment that addresses the issues of addiction in a holistic way. The program’s core tenet is that recovery occurs in relationships with God, others, and self. The Rescue Mission provides a safe environment that promotes healthy relationships and a staff of professionals who understand the needs and challenges of men seeking recovery. Women’s Recovery Santa Barbara Rescue Mission’s Bethel House 12-Month Women’s Residential Treatment Program 6bThe Santa Barbara Rescue Mission’s Bethel House Women’s Residential Treatment Program is a 12-month, faith-centered, 12-step social model program. Residents are provided with a living and learning environment that addresses the issues of addiction in a holistic way. The program’s core tenet is that recovery occurs in relationships with God, others, and self. Therefore, the Rescue Mission provides a safe environment that promotes healthy relationships and a staff of professionals who understand the needs and challenges of women seeking recovery. Bethel House, the women’s treatment center, is situated close to downtown Santa Barbara in a residential area. The women enjoy the warmth of a home setting in two large buildings joined by a cozy garden patio. The loving environment enhances the possibility of recovery from years of painful experiences. Our commitment is to love our residents while they learn to love themselves. Cornerstone Sober Living The Santa Barbara Rescue Mission provides safe, secure transitional housing in a supportive environment for men in recovery from drugs and alcohol. Once sobriety is achieved, maintenance of a healthy, chemical-free lifestyle requires support, encouragement and accountability with like-minded people.  Cornerstone is a place where men can learn to sustain a lifestyle of freedom from addiction through the support of trained staff and the camaraderie of peers.The Mission is located just blocks from the beach and within walking distance to downtown. Features:     Secure facility     2-3 people per room     Deluxe commercial kitchen     Spacious living room     Free internet access     Cable TV in every room     Laundry facilities     Private payphone Guidelines:     Must be at least 18 years of age     Commitment to a recovery program     Attend weekly house meeting     Random drug testing     Attend two community 12-step or church meetings per week

Date Of Last Record Update: 10-07-2019

Website: https://www.sbrm.org/contact

Helpful Definitions For Santa Barbara Rescue Mission:

Transitional housing is affordable supportive housing designed to provide housing and appropriate support services to persons who are homeless or who are close to homelessness. The transition is to help them be more self sufficient to move towards independent living on their own. Transitional housing locations are oftentimes called Halfway Houses. The naming of the two (Halfway House OR Transitional House) is oftentimes interchangeable.

Many Transitional Housing programs are subsidized and are income based. Income based transitional housing generally charges 30% of your income for rent when you do have income. Contact the transitional housing facility to see if this applies.

Services provided at transitional housing facilities varies from substance abuse treatment, to psychological assistance, job training, domestic violence assistance, etc. The assistance provided varies, but it is generally affordable and low cost housing. Read the descriptions of each of the transitional living locations for more detailed information. Transitional housing facilities also may or may not assist with alcohol and/or drug substance abuse treatment.

How To Volunteer at Santa Barbara Rescue Mission:
Be a volunteer. Call Santa Barbara Rescue Mission at 805-966-1316 for current volunteer work opportunities.

As A General Note About ShelterListings.org Listings:
ShelterListings.org does our best to provide listings that are free of cost. Many of the homeless shelters and services are free of charge. Some do charge small fees. We always urge the users of our website to visit the websites of the providers listed, OR give them a phone call to find out complete details.

In furtherance; Halfway Houses, Transitional Housing, and Substance Abuse Treatment Centers for the most part charge a fee. Most of the substance abuse resources we provide are low cost, Medicaid or sliding scale fee. We provide as much information as possible on the website of these locations.

Rooming and Boarding Houses do charge fees. We list them where we find them. They are a nice low cost option for housing.



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