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Spring Street Transitional Housing
The Spring Street Transitional Housing Program provides housing and support services to homeless adults with a mental illness. Residents live in one of 7 single-occupancy rooms, each with a sink, medicine cabinet, and refrigerator. Other facilities are shared. There is 24-hour staffing, two meals per day, laundry facilities, and a phone for personal use. Residents are considered tenants and are required to pay rent according to HUD requirements. The purpose of the program is to assist each resident to gain the skills and stability necessary to move from homelessness into long-term, stable, permanent housing with the support services appropriate to their needs.
Location: Redwood City
Housing Type: Temporary
- Temporary housing (up to 18 months).
- Assistance in obtaining medical and mental health treatment, social services, financial benefits, and employment.
- Assistance in securing and maintaining stable, permanent housing.
- Group activities designed to improved daily living skills.
- Linkages and referrals to other community resources as appropriate.
Spring Street Transitional Housing participants must:
- Be a resident of the Spring Street Shelter.
- Be 18 years of age or older.
- Be considered homeless (as defined by HUD).
- Have a diagnosed mental illness.
- Be receptive to support services.
- Must not require clinical care and supervision.
Only Spring Street Shelter residents are eligible for the Transitional Housing program. Applications are not accepted.
For further information, contact Katie Tatro by phone at (650) 368-9991 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.