Homelessness - Housing First
The City of Riverside in October 2016 conducted a day long review of our approach to address the growing issues and impacts of homelessness in the City.
One of the outcomes of this presentation was the recommendation from City Staff that Riverside should examine our approach in dealing with this issue from a policing, code enforcement and temporary shelters to one that provides permanent supportive housing. This could lead to permanent supportive neighborhood housing development projects in all seven Wards.
RNP will be following this issue when it is brought back to Council in January of 2017.
Neighbors.... would you support a permanent supportive housing project in your neighborhood ?
HOMELESSNESS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY
Riverside Cedar Glen Partners - 9830 County Road
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Regional approach to Homelessness
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Renewal of Grant Applications for Continuum of Care programs
CITY COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 11, 2016
1.56 Current County Services
5.56 Benjamin Henwood, MSW professor at USC regarding research on the Housing First Model
6.06 Larry Haynes, Mercy House discussing implementation of Housing First project
Home Front at Camp Anza consists of 30 affordable homes geared toward veterans and their families
It is located on the former site of CAMP ANZA, a former WWII Army training camp.
Home Front at Camp Anza is a services-enriched community tailored to the needs of veterans and their families, with comprehensive support provided both on site and off site under the coordination of Wakeland and Mercy House Living Centers.
New Construction of a 108-unit senior affordable housing community
Tenant profile Low-income senior citizens either 55 or older or 62 and older; half of the units are projected to be set aside for seniors who are homeless and living with mental illness
Unit Mix 92 one-bedroom units and 16 two-bedroom units
Services: Case Manager and Social Service Coordinator will provide supportive services to the residents.
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