Every year, American Family Housing touches the lives of more than 1,100 men, women and children. With your support today, we can touch many more. Your gift will provide housing stability and vital resources like food, rehabilitation and counseling for your neighbors in need. Join us in changing lives today!
Did you know that one in five children in California go to bed hungry each night? In sad fact, children facing hunger are twice as likely to repeat a grade in elementary school. Sixty-two percent of our teachers say children in their classrooms are coming to school hungry.
Food insecurity can look like many things — empty cupboards or having to choose between paying the electric bill or buying groceries. The fact is, hunger results from poverty, not food scarcity, and in the struggle to balance the need for food with other basic necessities, stable food access is often blocked for low-income families.
As you well know, housing needs have been thrust into the forefront of our news. For every homeless person you see on the street, there are thousands more you don’t see – men, women, teens and children who struggle every day just to survive. At American Family Housing, we give our neighbors what they so desperately need: the opportunity to live in affordable, stable housing so they can have a better life.
American Family Housing (formerly known as Shelter for the Homeless) is a nonprofit organization (Tax ID #33-0071782) that provides a continuum of housing and services to ensure long-term housing stability. Incorporated as a non-profit in 1985, American Family Housing commenced acquiring and rehabilitating affordable rental housing properties in 1992. We have acquired and rehabilitated 62 housing sites, of which we currently own and manage 52 sites with 267 housing units in three southern California Counties: Orange, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino.
If you are experiencing a medical or psychiatric emergency, or are in immediate danger, please dial 911.
If you are fleeing or considering fleeing a domestic violence situation please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1(800)799-7233 or TTY 1(800)787-3224.
If you have no place to sleep tonight, please call 211 for referral to an emergency shelter nearest your current location.
If you are looking for housing, please contact 211 for referral to an agency that can refer you to housing opportunities based on your income and needs. While AFH provides both Transitional Housing and Housing units for rent, enrollment in these programs is routed through the coordinated entry system by dialing 211. This applies to our properties both in Orange County and Los Angeles County.
For other assistance please contact American Family Housing at (714)897-3221 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.