Our Program for Mental Health

Answering the needs of homeless adults struggling with mental illness.

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Mental health services program

Homeward Bound operates a Mental Health Services Program that provides shelter services and long-term supportive housing. Residents are referred to the program by the county’s Behavioral Health & Recovery Services.

Jonathan's Place

The supportive housing program at Jonathan’s Place in San Rafael reserves 15 rooms for residents referred by Marin County’s Behavioral Health & Recovery Services. This program offers a place for people with complex challenges to open new paths toward stability and health. Staff members from Behavioral Health & Recovery Services hold regular office hours there, while our team provides full-time support.

190 Mill St., San Rafael, CA 94901

Jonathan's Place, a three story building

Voyager Carmel Center

36 rooms for adults struggling with mental illness, with 10 rooms reserved for shelter services and 26 rooms for long-term supportive housing. The center occupies the former Carmel hotel in San Rafael, with services that include 24-hour staff, community activities like outings and barbecues, and support to enhance individual strengths.

830 B Street, San Rafael, CA 94901

Exterior of Voyager Carmel Center with cars parked in front

Palm Court

Supportive housing for 26 adults. Services may include counseling, job training and help with accessing other needed services.

Located throughout Marin County

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