About Cityteam San Jose
In San Jose, Cityteam is providing hot meals, safe shelter, showers, and clean clothing to our city's homeless population. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Cityteam brings real help and real hope to the men, women, children, and families in crisis that are struggling with poverty or homelessness in San Jose and throughout Santa Clara County.
Cityteam San Jose also has renowned recovery programs for men and women seeking help to transform their lives from addiction to drugs and alcohol. Cityteam provides long-term compassionate ministry to people that walk through our doors. Through the generous support of our staff, volunteers, and donors, Cityteam is able to provide real help and real hope in Christ in order to bring real change into their lives.
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What's Happening at Cityteam San Jose
Donate Coats and BlanketsHelp give the gift of warmth this winter by donating coats and blankets to help those who are struggling in homelessness and poverty. Get Started >
Provide Shelter to homeless this WinterHelp make sure that those struggling in homelessness can find a warm bed at night to take shelter from the cold by donating a night of shelter. Get Started >
Volunteer with UsMake a difference in someone's life this winter by being a welcoming face in our dinning halls. With the support of hundreds of volunteers, we as a team can help change the lives of those who are struggling and in need. Sign Up to Volunteer this month at Cityteam.
The Gift of New Life at Cityteam
Darnell came to us for help —Hungry and helpless, having hit the lowest point of his difficult life. His struggles started from day one.
Prematurely born to a drug-addicted mother, Darnell was only 5 when she gave him away to strangers who cared for him for several years. His other siblings were allowed to stay with his mother. Darnell felt abandoned.
Self-esteem issues made him a target of bullies. The school recommended giving Darnell drugs to deal with his Attention Deficit Disorder. Taking these prescription medications made him feel like he was in a “zombie-like state.” It was hard to think clearly or learn.