Assistance Programs in Marin County
Get the help that you need in this easy to browse online community resource guide from Marin Health & Human Services. Helpful topics include:
You can also call the Aging and Adult Information and Assistance Line at 415-457-INFO (415-457-4636) to speak with a representative.
Other Local Services
A local list of free meals and food banks, courtesy of Anchor Out Chronicles.
Services for the Anchored Out
The Richardson Bay Anchorage Community: In addition to what the anchorage association works to provide for people who choose to live in the anchorage, if and when they need it, there are many other services available to the community provided by non-governmental (NGO) and city, county, state and federal agencies.
Transitional services for homeless adults
Because affordable housing is in short supply, Homeward Bound of Marin provides extended options for adults in transition. While at these sites, men and women continue to receive support services that may include counseling, job training and job retention support, along with credit repair or money management classes.
Women Helping All People
A non-profit organization dedicated to providing low-income and underprivileged residents of Marin County with information, resources, support services, and educational opportunities that help individuals acquire job skills, develop self esteem, reach economic self-sufficiency, and help promote and develop a sense of community.
Resources in Marin County
An easy to browse online guide for legal advocacy groups in Marin. Includes free and low-cost support for small claims, public assistance, elder abuse, self-help, state issues and more.
Provides free and low-cost legal aid assistance and services in California.