HomeAid Orange County

Emmanuel House

Overview

Shelter Emmanuel 02
  • 21

    beds
  • 252

    people served
  • Purpose

    Improved health
    Improved self-sufficiency
    Improved life skills

Mercy House operates Emmanuel House to serve homeless individuals suffering from HIV/AIDS. Homeless individuals suffering from HIV/AIDs are oftenly ostracized from communities because of a misperception that the diseases are easily transmitted. Therefore, individuals have no other place to go. Mercy House requires sobriety and coaching toward rebuilding productive and healthy living opportunities.

People suffering from HIV/AIDs are often ostracized from communities because of a misperception that the diseases are easily transmitted.

HomeAid's Role

01 Emmanuel House Exterior

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

02 Emmanuel House Exterior

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

03 Emmanuel House Framing

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

04 Emmanuel House Ribbon

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

05 Emmanuel House Patio

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

06 Emmanuel House Family Room

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

07 Emmanuel House Fireplace

HomeAid's role as the developer of Emmanuel House was to work directly with the builder and service provider until this project was completed. This involved each phase of development from land acquisition, to funding, to design, to entitlements, to construction, to interior design and landscaping.

Development Team

Success Stories

The Show Must Go On: Sponsorship Information

Join us on September 18th, 2020 at 4 PM on Zoom for our annual fundraiser, titled 'The Show Must Go On'!This year, our annual fundraiser will be virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent social distancing guidelines.To sponsor the event, please email our Development Director, Crystal Cook, at crystal@homeaidoc.org or sign-up here....
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The Show Must Go On

The Show Must Go On

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing guidelines, we have moved our annual fundraiser to be virtual. When: Friday, September 18th at 4PM Where: On Zoom, from the comfort and safety of your home The Show Must Go On will be brought to you virtually, on Zoom, to help raise critical funds that will support our mission of ending homelessness. Register for the event here. This event will have exciting new elements including but not limited to an awards recognition and an onlin...
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Monique's Story

Marlena's Story

Marlena is a single mother with two children who recently escaped an abusive relationship. But after losing one of the two jobs she was holding down to make ends meet, she could no longer afford her rent. An eviction followed, which led to a state of homelessness. After a police outreach team met Marlena, they helped find her a temporary shelter for domestic violence victims, but it wasn’t a permanent home. Fortunately, the police outreach team also connected Marlena to the Family Solutions Coll...
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