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Housing Program

County Housing Programs 

The Adult System of Care manages two types of housing programs: transitional and permanent supportive housing.  Both of these programs are designed to provide housing and supportive services to Placer County residents who have a diagnosed mental illness and/or other co-morbid disabilities.

Transitional Housing Program

Placer County Adult System of Care in collaboration with AMIH (Advocates for Mentally Ill Housing, Inc.) manage and support four transitional houses geared towards providing housing and supportive services to Placer County adult residents with a diagnosed mental illness . These houses are located in Auburn, Rocklin, and Roseville and they each house up to six residents.  The Transitional Housing Program is a sober and living program where residents receive case management to link them to services in the community.  Residents are expected to participate in daily chores, engage in independent as well as group activities that promote living skills and self-sufficiency.  For additional information on program qualifications, program fees, and availability please call 530-889-7263.

Permanent Supportive Housing

The Adult System of Care in collaboration with AMIH oversees two shared- housing Permanent Supportive Housing Programs: Timberline and Placer St.  In addition, the Adult System of Care manages two HUD Grant Funded Permanent Supportive Housing Programs: Shelter Plus Care and Adult System of Care Permanent Supportive Housing or APSH. 

Timberline 

Timberline is a 5 unit, single family home shared living housing program. Three out of the five units are vouchered units thru Shelter Plus Care Project Based HUD Program. Participants of Timberline have to be Placer County residents and have a diagnosed mental illness.

 

Placer Street 

Placer Street is a shared living program in an apartment complex of 6 condominium style units.  Each unit has 2 master bedroom and bath, along with shared living space. One out of the six units is vouchered thru Shelter Plus Car Project Based HUD Program.  Participants of Placer St. have to be Placer County residents and have a diagnosed mental illness.

 

Adult System of Care manages two Federally Funded HUD Permanent Housing Programs:

The APSH and Shelter Plus Care Permanent Supportive Housing Programs are funded by HUD.  Participants of these programs pay up to 30% of their income towards their rent; the funding from HUD pays the difference in rental subsidies.  These permanent housing programs are designed to provide housing to the chronically homeless population who have HUD certifiable disabilities. 

Placer County residents who are homeless can call the Homeless Helpline at 1-833-3PLACER (375-2237).  They will answer a few questions and be put on a waiting list for emergency and permanent supportive housing.  Housing providers will contact them once there is bed availability in their programs.  Please note that individuals still need to meet all requirements of the housing programs at the time of contact by the providers.

Other Resources and Referrals:

If you need assistance learning about housing resources in Placer County or want to learn about what services are available in Placer County and its community come to the Getting Started Group. This group takes place every Tuesday from 10-11am at the Adult System of Care in Auburn, Dewitt Center, inside the Welcome Center. The address is 11512 B Avenue, Auburn, CA.  For more information please call 530-889-7257.  If you are in Roseville, the Getting Started Group takes place every Wednesday from 10-11am at 101 Cirby Hills Dr., Roseville, CA, inside the Cirby Club House.  For more information please call 916-787-8995.

For a printable brochure.

Click on the links below for these additional resources:

Housing Resource Guide

Homeless Resource Helpline Flyer

Getting Started Group Flyer

Food Bank - English

Food Bank - Spanish

  

Homeless Resource Helpline

Homeless Helpline 

A group of community providers in Placer County who offer shelter and housing for homeless individuals and families have partnered together to launch a new service to help coordinate their resources.

  • Homeless individuals/families are asked to call the Homeless Resource Helpline at 833-3PLACER:
    • For a referral to Emergency Housing AND/OR
    • To provide their information to get on a centralized housing list.
  • As housing dedicated to homeless individuals and families becomes available, participating community partners will draw from this list to contact those who may be eligible.
  • The phone call does not guarantee housing.
  • They should continue to reach out to other resources in the community.
  • If at any time their contact information changes, they should call back to get it updated.

 Learn more on the Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras webpage. Information on Placer County's 2018 homeless point-in-time count can be found here

 

 
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