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Homelessness Prevention

 
Homelessness prevention can help communities reduce their homeless population. Homelessness prevention is a key component of the Santa Clara County Community Plan to end homelessness. The homeless prevention program focuses on families at risk of homelessness in the community and provides critical homelessness prevention resources and services to them. A group of 7 agencies has been designated as the Emergency Financial Assistance Network (EAN) and Sacred Heart Community Services is the coordinating partner for the homelessness prevention program. The services are provided across the Santa Clara County.
 
The program provides financial assistance related to housing e.g. rent, move-in costs or rental arrears. It also provides housing specialist assistance to the clients including housing search, location, referral, landlord mediation/dispute resolution, and information regarding tenant rights. 
 Target Population include imminent risk losing housing and would be homeless if they did not get this assistance. Supportive Services include ​financial assistance related to housing and other services such as legal advice and case managementYou can find more information about the Homelessness Prevention program at Destination: Home.

Last updated: 9/29/2017 9:54 AM