Center for Human Services is proud to manage two of Stanislaus County’s shelter programs providing critical support and encouragement to youth in our area so they can experience healthy, productive lives. Visit their pages or call for additional information.
Hutton House is a temporary shelter youth in crisis who are ages 13-17. It provides services in a residential setting for 8 youth at a time for a maximum of 15 days. Day services are available for youth and their families. Crisis line is available 24 hours a day.
Pathways is a transitional living and supportive services program for young adults ages 18-21 years who are experiencing homelessness.