Next Move Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center - Sacramento, CA

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4516 Parker Ave
Sacramento, CA 95820
: (916) 455-2160
: http://www.nextmovesacramento.org/
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Description: Family Shelter Program
Our 55 bed Family Shelter provides short-term emergency housing and supportive services to 13 homeless families for up to 30 days. Support services help people come to terms with the reasons behind their homelessness, obtain resources, secure permanent housing, and develop plans that will help them maintain housing. This is one of only two shelters in Sacramento County that accepts two parent families, single fathers, and sons over the age of 14.

To see if you qualify, please call: 916.455.2160
Services Offered by a caring and supportive staff:
    Life Skills Coaching, including Success Planning
    Alcohol & Drug Recovery Support and Education
    On-Site SETA Head Start
    On-Site SCUSD Services
    Project TEACH Services
    Primary Health Care Services through Hope Clinic
    Transportation and Laundry Services
    Housing Relocation Assistance
    Homeless to Housed Program: Fast Track to Housing with Follow-up Case Management for 1 Year
    Assistance with Clothing, Shoes, and Housewares
    Wheels to Work

Women's Refuge Program
Co-located at the Family Shelter site, the Wome's Refuge provides emergency housing, food, and support services for 10 single women experiencing homelessness for up to 30 days. Participants receive basic living supplies and a variety of counseling and life skills services aimed at helping women stabilize their lives.
To see if you qualify, please call: 916.455.2160
Services Offered:
    Intensive Case Management
    Nutritious Meals
    Job Referrals
    Assistance with Clothing, Shoes, and Housewares
    Transportation and Laundry Services
    Primary Health Care Services through Hope Clinic
    Alcohol & Drug Recovery Groups and Prevention Services
    Housing Relocation Assistance
    Support Groups and Workshops
    Homeless to Housed Program: Fast Track to Housing with Follow-up Case Management for 1 Year
    Wheels to Work

Transitional Housing
Wilma's Place
Wilma's Place provides services for 6 single women, in transitional housing for up to four (4) months. Women may apply after completing 14 days at the Women's Refuge. Participants receive life coaching and a success plan to enable women to acquire the skills necessary to obtain and maintain independent living.
Services Offered:
    Success Planning for 1 Year
    Living Skills
    Housing Assistance
    Support Groups & Workshops
    Primary Health Care Services through Hope Clinic
    Alcohol & Drug Recovery Groups and Prevention Services
    Assistance with Clothing, Shoes, and Housewares
    Laundry Services
    Wheels to Work
Housing Relocation and Aftercare Program
The Housing Relocation and Aftercare Program provides housing services to program participants who are transitioning from shelter and transitional programs, and to other people in need in the Sacramento community.
For information call: 916.455.2160
Services Offered:
    Connecting Clients to Resources Readily Available to the Community (SMUD Vouchers, Drivers Licenses, etc.)
    Landlord Referrals
    Success Planning
    Budget and Savings Education
    Assistance with Housewares and Furnishings

Transitional Housing Program for Families (THPF)
In collaboration with Lutheran Social Services (LSS), the THPF program provides services for 11 homeless families facing barriers to self-sufficiency, and transitional housing for up to 24 months. THPF offers a stable, safe, supportive environment where families can begin to reclaim their lives.
Call Lutheran Social Services to start screening process at: 916.453.2900
Services Offered:
    Housing Relocation Assistance
    Workshops in Money Management, Home Maintenance, and Tenant/Landlord Rights


Permanent Housing
 
Casas de Esperanza
In 2010, Next Move acquired 18 units of permanent supportive housing that serves 18 disabled chronically homeless men and women. The program provides housing and comprehensive and continuous case management services, assessments and referrals to other services based on participants needs.
Friendship Housing
The Friendship Housing program was the model for Self-Help Housing. It continues to serve 2 families in subsidized, permanent housing.
Home at Last
In 2013, Next Move started Sacramento County's first HUD program to address the needs of chronically homeless seniors with 22 units of permanent supportive housing serving 22 chronically homeless men and women.  The program provides comprehensive, continuous and coordinated supportive services to each participant and assistance with employment through AARP.
Omega Project
Next Move collaborated with Volunteers of America (VOA) to develop the Omega Project which provides permanent housing and continued supportive services to 15 singles and 22 families who have multiple and severe disabilities. This program provides permanent housing with continued case management, housing, mental health and youth development services.
Phone screenings only.  Call to inquire about qualifications: 916.496.0514, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Do you have items to donate? Contact Next Move Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2017-07-05


Important:
Many of these shelters now have waiting lists. Please call before going to them. Many waiting lists are very long. Shelters and service also go out of business. Always call ahead to confirm that this location is still active. If you find that this location is no longer operating, please send us a comment using the form below.

If you have pictures of the shelter, I will upload them on this page. Please email me with the name of your shelter and the pictures to: HomelessSupport@gmail.com

Do you have items to donate? Contact Next Move Sacramento Area Emergency Housing Center at the phone number provided above to see if they can use any items you may have to donate.

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