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Emergency Shelter

Using a strength based case management model all clients work with case managers to create an individual self-sufficiency plan. Living in either Sweet Dreams or Mountain View, our homeless shelters, clients receive weekly case management and supportive services to help them reach their goals.

 

At Sweet Dreams, children are the priority and mothers learn life skills that will help them to become healthy and self-sufficient. They attend parenting skills workshops and participate in other daily activities that provide support, and are designed to rebuild trust, develop independence and provide a nurturing environment for parent and child.

 

Our Mountain View housing program for single women provides the tools they need to get back on their feet and become active and healthy members of their communities. We offer a host of direct services and refer our clients to mental health counseling, adult education, computer skills training, vocational training, healthcare services and legal aid. Clients can stay in our shelters for up to 24 months.

 

Permanent Supportive Housing

Funded by the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD), our Homes of Hope project places homeless families directly into their own apartment; coupled with intensive case management and support services, families are able to thrive and maintain permanent housing. Employment, and education are the key to ensuring success. Currently we have 13 locations with an additional 15 slated for 2017.

 

Affordable Housing

Our main goal is that all families will transition into permanent housing with the capability of maintaining that housing in a clean and nurturing environment where children can thrive. The lack of decent, affordable housing motivated us to create The Phoenix Square, our first of many affordable housing projects.

 

Our Phoenix Square sets the standard for low-income housing in California, providing a safe place where families can live and thrive, children are able to attend the same school more than one year in a row. Awarded the “Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design” and the “Crime-Free Multi Housing” certification, the Phoenix Square proves to be a vital asset to the Inland Region.

 

 

 

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