Since 1993, Operation Dignity has worked to house and serve the most vulnerable people experiencing homelessness in Alameda County, including veterans and people living in encampments.

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Our Programs

Since our founding, we’ve expanded from serving veterans to conducting street outreach to helping families stay housed.

 

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Veteran Shelter & Housing

At Operation Dignity, we don’t leave our veterans on the battlefield. We help them get to a stable, permanent home.

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Mobile Street Outreach

Our outreach team provides people in encampments with basic needs and connects them to housing services.

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Permanent Supportive Housing

We partner with affordable housing developers to help formerly homeless adults and children keep their housing and thrive.

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Making An Impact, Making a difference

12,000

basic needs items distributed each year by our street outreach team

200

Veterans off the streets each year in Alameda County

28

serving homeless residents of Oakland

83

of veterans in our
transitional housing
exit to permanent housing, ending their homelessness.

Happy Flag Day!

Since 1777, the American flag has represented unity and freedom for Americans and millions of others. Flag Day allows us to celebrate not only freedom but the symbol of it as well.

Why is it celebrated on June 14th?
On June 14, 1777, the Continental Congress ...adopted the "Stars and Stripes" as the original American flag. The same flag was used when the Declaration of Independence was signed to give a flag for the entire country rather than each state having their own.

To celebrate Flag Day, you can:
Display a high-quality American flag outside of your home and follow the U.S. Flag Code.
Learn about the symbolism and history of the US flag, such as the meaning of the stars and stripes.
Read a book about the US flag, such as F is for Flag by Wendy Cheyette Lewison or The Flag Maker by Susan Campbell Bartoletti.
Host a Flag Day parade with your friends, family, or neighbors and wave flags or wear patriotic colors.
Sing a song about the flag, such as The Star-Spangled Banner or You're a Grand Old Flag.

2024 Comminity Cabins annual resource fair May 24th. Thank you so much too all the vendors who were a part of this amazing event!

Alicia Miller - Hella Hair
Antoine Towers - Barber
Summer Sawyer - Summers Luxury Treats
Courtney Nicholson - Connect & Create
Ethan Reyes... - DeeJay
Sabrina Lewis - Pampering Brie
Ronny Pendleton - Barber
Rocco Forond - Palapa Island
Gracia Logue-Sargeant - Wildheart Bodywork
Porchia Glasper - Portia's Touch LLC
Jovita Bryant (Cattlet) - Jo's hair Studio
Markus Fitzhugh - Brother Markutz Mobile barber
Rocquel Diggins - Rocky Davis Body Work
Keonta Gilmer - Barber
Erika Gonzalez - MBM Potatoes + Corn Food Truck
Tuani Lash Inc - Lash Tech/Aesthetician
Anita Blount- WEHOPE INC. Toilets/Showers
OTC - Oriental Trading Company Bags & Swag
UberPrints
Roaming Hunger Catering Senior Sisig
Defemary Park