Operation Dignity provides shelter, transitional housing, and supportive services to help veterans and their families escape the crisis of homelessness and regain stability.
We operate 15 shelter beds and 91 transitional housing beds for veterans at three properties in Oakland, Alameda, and Berkeley. Veterans at all of our sites work one-on-one with a case manager to help them create a self-sufficiency plan and secure permanent housing.
On a given night, we keep more than 100 homeless veterans safe, off the street, and with access to nutritious food, peer support, and housing search services.
House of Dignity – Oakland
A converted 1920s residential hotel (the old Aztec), now providing 54 units of shelter, transitional, and permanent housing to male veterans.
Dignity Commons – Alameda
Previously military housing at the former Naval Air Base, Dignity Commons now provides transitional and permanent housing to approximately 70 people on a given night, including single male and female veterans, as well as families.
Ashby House – Berkeley
This Berkeley duplex provides transitional housing to seven male veterans at a time.
“Once I knew about Operation Dignity, I knew there was nothing to do but to check it out.”