"You never know when someone is going to be ready to change their life. My hope for everyone who comes to Homeward Bound is that they get all the support that I did.�

-Conrad, homeless from 1984 to 1991; former Homeward Bound counselor and member of board of directors.

Nearly 10 percent of Marin County residents are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless every year. And more than 6,000 people in Marin will find themselves homeless this year. They include 1,200 children, their parents, single adults, couples, people with mental-health disabilities, and the elderly.

Homeward Bound is the chief provider of transitional and long-term housing and support services for homeless people in Marin County. We provide a safe place to stay for approximately 2,000 people, including 200 or more children, each year.

Contact Information
Homeward Bound of Marin
199 Greenfield Ave, 2nd Floor
San Rafael, CA 94901-2622
TEL 415-457-2114 � FAX 415-457-1815

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Around 75 percent of the families and single residents who complete Homeward Bound programs move to more stable housing.