Destination: Home is forging
pathways to employment.
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We are committed to making homelessness
rare, brief and non-recurring.
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All the Way Home:
is ending veteran
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Home Not Found:
The Cost of Homelessness
In Silicon Valley
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The Santa Clara County Homelessness Prevention System has temporary financial assistance available to help low-income residents who have lost income and are unable to pay rent as a result of COVID-related impacts.
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Are you in need of assistance?
Assistance is being provided via the Homelessness Prevention System. Please contact Sacred Heart Community Service:
Call (408) 926-8885 or Email
Help struggling families
Help pay for rent, groceries and other basic needs by donating to our COVID-19 financial assistance initiative:
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Through Home Not Found, the largest cost study ever conducted to analyze the public cost of homelessness and the Silicon Valley Triage Tool, we are able to understand the true cost of homelessness in this County, predict outcomes and use pubic resources to more efficiently help the most vulnerable individuals.
In Santa Clara County, close to 10,000 of our neighbors are without a home on any given night – but this is not a reality we have to accept.
By working together, we can end homelessness in Silicon Valley, And the roadmap for achieving this ambitious goal is the 2020-2025 Community Plan to End Homelessness – which outlines a three pronged approach to addressing this crisis:
Housing First is a homeless assistance approach that prioritizes providing people experiencing homelessness with permanent housing as quickly as possible – and then providing voluntary supportive services as needed. Rapid-Rehousing and prevention services are effective intervention methods for individuals and families who have recently become homeless or who are at risk of homelessness.
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