Union Station Homeless Services is part of a premier group of human services agencies in Los Angeles County that are leading the way to ending homelessness in our community. We are the San Gabriel Valley’s largest social service agency assisting homeless and very low-income adults and families. Since 1973, Union Station has helped rebuild the lives of thousands of people who were once homeless and without hope.
The vision expressed four decades ago by the community volunteers who founded this agency still rings true today — every person deserves a life of dignity and a safe place to call home.
With over 45 years of experience, we proudly offer a full continuum of nine programs throughout the San Gabriel Valley. Our core services include outreach, bridge housing, permanent housing, and employment. In addition, we offer basic needs such as meals and showers, and well as care coordination, benefits enrollment, and referrals to medical and mental health services.
We know that housing ends homelessness. Over the years, we have learned some valuable lessons:
- Homelessness has many faces
- Union Station has effective solutions
- and we simply cannot solve this issue alone.
Union Station Homeless Services leads the delivery of homeless and housing services throughout the San Gabriel Valley. In collaboration with dozens of partner agencies and organizations in the region, we are working to help end homelessness.
Our field-based outreach teams locate and assess people who are experiencing homelessness throughout the San Gabriel Valley. They build trust and help people on their journey to finding safe and affordable housing.
To learn more about the Coordinated Entry System, which is part of a regional and national effort to help homelessness by 2016, visit LAHSA’s website here.
We offer safe bridge-housing for adults and families. Our residents meet at least weekly with a care coordinator and aim to move into permanent housing within 90 days. Our residents have access to meals, supportive services, medical and mental healthcare, substance use recovery programs, career development classes, and enrichment activities to help them rebuild their lives. We also provide motel vouchers for adults and families as a short term solution.
If you are interested in accessing the Adult Center, you can either be referred through CES, or meet with the shelter intake coordinator. Shelter intake hours are Monday through Friday, from 7:00 am to 1:30 pm, on a first come first served basis. In addition, a clear TB test and verification of homelessness are required prior to being interviewed for shelter.
If you would like to learn more about our Family Center, or one of Union Station’s other facilities, please call us at 626-240-4550.
Nothing can replace a set of your own keys and a door that locks. Permanent supportive housing offers adults and families the opportunity to stabilize and rebuild their lives in a safe, affordable, and private apartments with onsite support services.
Project Based Voucher Programs
We operate three project based permanent supportive housing apartment buildings in Pasadena.
Tenant Based Voucher Programs
We also operate several scattered site housing programs for adults and families.
Wellness & Community Integration
In addition to traditional housing and intensive case management services, we focus on promoting improved wellness and community integration.
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For more than 20 years, Sources Career Development has been helping people overcome poverty and homelessness by connecting them to meaningful employment.
Sources offers a multidisciplinary approach to help job seekers reach their career goals. Our services are ongoing and our participants know they can return for services as needed throughout their careers.
We provide services for individuals living at Union station, as well as for low-income and homeless job-seekers referred by our partner agencies.
Learn more about Sources Career Development and get started by contacting us! For employment counseling, training, educational planning, and job search strategy, contact:
JaVette Pettaway, Sources Manager
Office: 626.791.6660 | Cell: 626.379.3278