Rapid Re-Housing Works Everywhere, so does Housing First.

We just used up our current allotment of funds in this grant cycle.

We are happy to announce that we have served 19 individuals with the low cost of approximately $1,000 per person.

That's pretty awesome, we thank everyone who worked with us, prayed for us and we ask that you keep praying for more funding opportunities so we can keep helping others move successfully toward sustainability.  

Updated 11/25/15

Please be generous with your time, treasures or talents.  We need them all!  

Remember...Every little bit helps.

Each and Every Day our Street Outreach Teams are working to help those in need of housing, disability advocacy, community referrals and direct services.  

 Click here for a link to your Volunteer Application

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*Housing Emergency Assessment & Response Team
Melissa Calvert
Team Lead. Mom. Biz Wiz. Pro. Volunteer. Photographer w/amazing eye.
Dana LaForce
Client Needs Lead. Brave Heart. Mom. Warrior. Roaming Angel.

Hope in Action

Meet *H.E.A.R.T.

Poverty isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round Rapid RE-Housing and Street Outreach Teams work so hard to help house people in need - day in, day out. 
​H.E.A.R.T. is nothing short of amazing.  Read how they help those in need, right here at home.  Please consider a monthly pledge to keep this program viable.
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Working Together to End Homelessness in El Dorado County.

We actively participate in both the Continuum of Care and the Theory of Change 'Think Tank' Meetings.  We are proud to work with so many caring agencies and individuals focused on eradicating homelessness in El Dorado County by 2020.

Click here to see what's happening within our Continuum of Care.

Click here to see our HMIS (Homeless Management Information System) Policy