Saint John's Program for Real Change

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Saint John’s Shelter is the largest shelter in Sacramento County and the only one focused exclusively on homeless women and children — the fastest growing segment of the homeless population and among the most vulnerable. Since 2009, the number of homeless families in Sacramento County has increased by 47.5 percent (2013 Sacramento Homeless Street Count). Of these families, 84 percent are led by a woman.

The Shelter consistently operates at maximum capacity, yet still turn away an average of 200

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