Youth, Teen and Family Shelters


Casa Youth Shelter
(800) 914-CASA (2272), Text (833) 217-5758,
Counseling and classes for teens and parents, provides emergency temporary shelter for youth ages 12-17.

Children of the Night
(800) 551-1300,
24-hour hotline. Intervention for children affected by sexual exploitation, prostitution or pornography. Services include shelter referrals, transportation, housing programs, and medical services.

Covenant House California
(323) 461-3131 L.A., (562) 379-4110 OC,
24-hour hotlines for non-profit youth shelters that provide sanctuary and support for youth experiencing homelessness, ages 18-24.

Mary’s Path (pregnant teens)
(714) 730-0930,
Short-Term Residential Therapeutic Program facility for pregnant and parenting youth, ages 12-21, from the foster care system.

(949) 250-0488,
Provides emergency shelter for runaway, homeless, abused, and at-risk youth, ages 11-17, and counseling for youth and families.

Hope Harbor (formerly Laurel House)
(714) 832-0207,
Hope Harbor is the only teen shelter program in Orange County providing longer term care to ensure success in these young lives. Their goal is to prevent homelessness for at-risk teen girls and boys by reunifying them with their families or moving them into positive living situations.



1736 Family Crisis Center
(562) 388-7652, (213) 222-1237,
Provides comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence, runaway and homeless youth, victims of human trafficking, homeless families, homeless and at-risk Veterans, unemployed adults and transitional-aged youth, and other low-income community members in need of assistance.

Family Assistance Ministries
(949) 492-8477,
Gilchrist House provides safe shelter for homeless women and homeless mothers with children. Family House provides safe shelter for homeless families with children 0-5 years of age. Additional services available.

Human Options
(877) 854-3594,
24-hour hotline for relationship abuse survivors providing emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, and legal services.

Interval House
(562) 594-4555, (714) 891-8121,
Domestic violence services and specialized housing programs in over 70 different languages to individuals and families in Los Angeles County and Orange County.

Laura’s House
(866) 498-1511,
24-hour hotline. Shelter program serves as a safe-haven for individuals escaping the devastating effects of domestic violence. Transitional  housing and children’s services available too.

Long Beach Rescue Mission – Lydia House 
(562) 591-1292,
Lydia House provides solace and hope for women and children in the face of abuse, addiction, financial hardship and abandonment.

WomenShelter of Long Beach
(562) 437-4663,
24-hour hotline. Emergency supportive housing, plus children and youth services. Domestic Violence Resource Center offers client centered supportive services, crisis management, resources, and referrals. Free supportive services to children and youth victims of domestic violence. Children and youth ages 7-17 may enroll to receive peer-counseling, support groups, therapy, and more. All services are free and confidential.