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HomeFirst Boccardo Family Living Center

Address
13545 Monterey Road
San Jose, CA -

The Boccardo Family Living Center (BFLC) is a multi service transitional housing program for homeless families with children in South Santa Clara County. Located in the City of San Martin, the program provides 26 units of transitional housing specifically designed to serve one- and two-parent households with children. Families pay a below-market rental rate that allows them to build financial resources while they work to achieve stability.

The BFLC is also home to a four-month emergency shelter program for families that operates from December 1 through March 31, as well as seasonal migrant farm worker housing.

Services
During their stay at BFLC, families receive help reaching goals of permanent housing and improved self-sufficiency. Staff and volunteers also operate a tutoring program for the children who live there. The facility is equipped with a community room, an activity room, and recreational areas.

Eligibility
The BFLC serves families, which are defined as one- or two-parent households with at least one minor child. Eligible families must have documented homelessness. All residents must show proof of monthly income that is twice the monthly rent of the unit at SFLC.

The program operates a waiting list for prospective clients. The BFLC waiting list is currently CLOSED.

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    Dec 22, 2018Reply
    I stayed there for the 3 month program. They promised permeant housing told me to come back in August. Came back keep contact with them and nothing me and my family are still homeless today

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