Community Spotlight: Bill Wilson Center for Homeless Youth

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Who They Are & What They Do

Bill Wilson provides a drop-in and respite center for homeless youth (ages 12-25), with the goal of getting them into safe and permanent housing.

How You Can Use Their Service

What Is Available

  • Clothing
  • Computers
  • Drop-in center
  • Food
  • GED prep
  • Health clinic (Mon and Wed; includes HIV, STD, and pregnancy testing)
  • LGBTQ space (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Mon - Fri)
  • Lockers
  • Mental Health
  • Personal care
  • Phones
  • Respite (9:00 PM - 6:00 AM, Mon - Sun; Usage 90 days/fiscal year; Inclement weather - all night)
  • Showers
  • Washers and Dryers

Ways to Get Involved

Teen Resources from SJPL

San José Public Library offers the following:

Available with Your Library Card Membership

Below are links to items to help you, your child and your family. These items can be checked out with your free library card, or reviewed at the library:

About Community Spotlight

Community Spotlight is a new blog series from San José Public Library. This series highlights local services and resources that are available to our community for free.

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