The Homelessness program will serve 315 persistently homeless individuals using The Road Home’s evidence-based Homes Not Jail program. The program will provide individuals with rapid re-housing services including move-in support, time-limited rental assistance, roommate matching for peer support and cost efficiency, and intensive case management for self-sufficiency and employment needs. At the target impact level, the program will generate 1,500 more stable housing months, defined as months without jail or shelter, and 250 graduations to permanent location. At this impact level, the County will make $5.55 million in success payments.
A homeless man dressed for cold weather