Roseville Home Start
information provided by: Placer County Adult System of Care
Roseville Home Start successfully transitions homeless families with children into affordable, sustainable, permanent housing and self-reliance through a system of housing and support services that is comprehensive, flexible, accessible and accountable. Our Mission: to provide hope to homeless families, by assisting them in their move to self-sufficiency. We provide a safe, stable, drug-free, violence-free environment for children to live with their families. Major components of the program include transitional housing, case management, budgeting, life skills training, therapy and permanent housing placement. Families reside at Home Start for one year, then continue under Home Start's case management for an additional year upon successfully moving into their own permanent housing. Home Start provides shelter and comprehensive services to 150-200 clients per year.
Single parents or married families with children, or individuals working to reunify with their children.
Program fees based on size of family and income/funding received.
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Contact for membership application, and process. Priority waiting list and intake interviews conducted on Monday-Tursday, 9:30-11:30 am, and 1-4 pm.
Sep 21 2015 4:44PM