Casa Nueva Vida Temporary Housing - Chula Vista, CA

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Chula Vista, CA 91911
: (619) 420-3620

Casa Nueva Vida Temporary Housing - Chula Vista, CA

Provides temporary housing primarily for homeless families in the South Bay area. Offers shelter, groceries (not prepared meals), case management, counseling, job training, child care, literacy classes, and tutoring. Also provides a transitional housing program for families who have completed a stay at Casa Nueva Vida. Transitional housing for families consists of individual 1 & 2 bedroom apartments with bathroom and kitchen.

Walk-in or agency referrals accepted. Phone case manager or receive agency referral. Screening interview is required before acceptance into shelter.

Curfew is 10:00pm. No alcohol, drugs, or smoking. Must help with chores. Residents must prepare their own breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Shelter residents receiving any form of income are required to put 75% of their income into a savings account that they will get back at the end of their shelter stay. Residents in transitional housing program must pay rent. Rent must be paid for transitional housing program. Rent is 30% of gross monthly income with a mandatory 20% of income going into savings.

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