"Homelessness hits for many reasons. Some are as simple as the loss of a job or good health, some as complex as the passage of poverty from one generation to the next. Whatever the causes, homelessness now threads through the whole of our nation. And the fabric is unraveling. The human cost is devastating. So is the ultimate cost to society."
— David Jordan, The Better Homes Foundation
A hand up, not a hand out
Since 1987, McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter has earned a reputation for reestablishing hope in the lives of thousands. We have provided a path to self-sufficiency through the teaching basic life skills, counseling, support, direction and employment guidance.
Our services are provided regardless of race, age, creed, religion, national origin, disability or marital status.
Currently we operate in Tracy, California and are able to provide housing and support for up to 7 families
McHenry House Tracy Family Shelter is a 501(c)(3) corporation recognized by the Internal Revenue Service and qualified to grant receipts for tax-deductible donations. McHenry House is governed by a board of directors and is audited annually.
Donations of clothing, household goods and furniture are accepted at the McHenry House office, located at 739 A Street, between 8AM-5PM M-F.
Our mission is to empower homeless families and individuals toward self-sufficiency.
Our strength lies in our program of basic life skills, counseling, support, direction, and employment guidance.