The Service League of San Mateo County has provided safe, affordable and nurturing transitional housing for the past three decades. We operate five, six-bed homes (2 for women, 3 for men) in residential settings throughout Redwood City. Our homes are substance free and provide residents an opportunity to get back on their feet while they work towards their goals. Case management services are offered as part of this program. Peer support is also available and encouraged through weekly house meetings.
One of the benefits of joining a home of like-minded individuals is being able to share your daily challenges and accomplishments with others who understand. Most residents are referred to us from Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment programs, shelters, the criminal justice system, and other referring agencies.
We accept all gender identities and do not discriminate by race, religion, sex, gender, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
How To Qualify
Willing to remain clean and sober
Residents must be working and or/enrolled in a vocational or other training program while living in the program (some exceptions may apply)
Some residents may be required to participate in out-patient or day treatment programs or counseling while living in our homes
Attendance at weekly house meetings
Motivated to make positive changes in your life
Willing to follow the guidelines of the transitional program
Must be 18 years or older
Qualifies as low income
*Priority is given to graduates of our Women’s Hope House Residential Treatment Program
For questions about our program, please call (650) 363-8769.