10590 Highway 88
Jackson, CA - 95642
A-TCAAs Homeless and Transitional Shelters provide emergency shelter to homeless children and families, along with case management support for job training, housing search, as well as social, health and mental health services. Rent and utility assistance is provided through the Home Safe program when available, as well as Housing and Budget Counseling in both Tuolumne and Amador counties. In 2014, 248 adults and 102 children were provided with emergency and transitional shelter, a total of 86 adults and 62 children received Home Safe rent and utility assistance and a total of 256 households received Housing and Budget Counseling in both Amador and Tuolumne counties.
The Homeless Outreach program helps to provide services necessary to reach out to unsheltered homeless people, connect them with emergency shelter, housing, and/or critical services. Our primary responsibility is to meet with homeless people where they live or gather, outside of an office setting. This means that we contact the homeless at their camps, at church breakfasts or lunches, and drop-in centers where homeless individuals are allowed to assemble. Homeless Outreach helps to assist homeless clients in obtaining public and medical services in an attempt to improve their current circumstances. Since January 2015, Homeless Outreach has served 40 adults and 1 child.