OFFICE HOURS and INTAKE HOURS
Monday - Saturday (Except Wednesdays) | 9:00AM—12:00PM
Wednesdays | 10:00AM-12:00PM |  CLOSED ON SUNDAYS

Ministering the love and grace of Jesus Christ to homeless women in the South Bay.
Our Mission Statement
There are 180,000 homeless women in Los
Angeles County.  Most of them are abused
and broken after only one month of living on
the streets.  Many never recover and are
often forgotten by society.

Currently, there are three times as many
animal shelters in Los Angeles County as
there are shelters for homeless women.  
Until our economy improves, our homeless
population is expected to grow.  The need
for this shelter is urgent.
One Of Every Four Homeless
Women Is Homeless Because Of
Violence Against Her.
Your donations and
pledges are the key to
providing
HOPE to
women in need.  You can
help these women to

TRANSFORM their lives
through your prayers and
on-going financial
support.
Doors of Hope Women's Shelter
A Ministry of The Southern California Floating Christian Endeavor Association
529 Broad Avenue, Wilmington, CA 90744
Phone (310) 518-3667
info@doorsofhopewomensshelter.org
www.doorsofhopewomensshelter.org
Rules for acceptance and
participation in the program are
the same for every man or
woman regardless of race,
color, national origin, or religion.
Doors of Hope is a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization.  All
donations are tax deductible.
(Federal ID No. 95-1661697)
LINDA STRATTON
Director of Operations
82% of all gifts go directly
to helping the homeless.
Men's Services
Serving the homeless and needy in the
South Bay area for over 100 years with
"Soup, Soap and Salvation"
Click the link above to see services
offered for single homeless men.
Click Link Above to
Download our Brochure
Is to minister the love and grace of Jesus Christ to homeless women in the South Bay by providing a safe and nurturing environment where
they can receive food, clothing, temporary shelter and spiritual encouragement in their present life circumstances.  We seek to identify the
extreme challenges of homeless women and provide support to help them transition from despair to spiritual wholeness.