|Getting the Homeless Home
Homelessness is one of the biggest social issues of our time.
We've developed a great program that gets people off the streets and gets them going again. We provide motivational
counseling and the right incentives that lifts people up and challenges them to move forward with their lives. Our passion is to
help the homeless get reconnected with their families. When reunification is not an immediate possibility we move quickly to
develop an action plan that helps the homeless secure local housing, treatment, employment opportunities, and a host of other
supports. From a single encounter overflowing with encouragement to financing the trip home, West Coast Care offers a full
spectrum of services that are reducing homelessness in a compassionate way.
Experience the Joy of Giving!
When we chose to help the homeless and live a generous life we started to change and so did the world around us. Something
incredible happened to us when giving back became a lifestyle, not an obligation. Miracles occurred when we moved from
knowing about a need to meeting a need. When we made giving a part of our lives, we realized that we had found true
happiness and we were creating a better world for everyone.
Your financial gifts will help rescue another homeless person or family from this extreme form of poverty - life all alone on the
streets. Thank you in advance for your abundant generosity!
Give by mail:
West Coast Care
P.O. Box 92
Venice Beach, CA 90294
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Are you homeless and need help?
Meet us on the Santa Monica Pier at the southside volleyball court bleachers Monday-Friday at 10 a.m.
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West Coast Care is a 501c3 non-profit charity.
Your financial gifts are tax-deductible.
|“I am pleased to recommend West Coast Care. They employ a unique hands-on, street-savvy approach. In many cases,
individuals have become stranded and simply need assistance in returning home. West Coast Care's patient and deliberate
interactions are designed to begin a process of connecting every individual with a way off the streets.”
California State Assembly
Former Mayor of Santa Monica