Bridge to Home is the premier homelessness support service organization in the Santa Clarita Valley. The program offers services dedicated to helping individuals and families experiencing homelessness including case management, housing navigation, employment assistance, education and training, medical referrals, and evening meals. Bridge to Home also offers an emergency shelter open for 60 clients and for those actively implementing a housing plan. The shelter currently houses 60 clients on any given time. The organization is most notable for applying a comprehensive emergency approach through a permanent housing service model coupled with a housing first method; Bridge to Home served almost 1000 people in 2020 and more than 1040 the year before. Bridge to Home thrives in the support of the local community and holds events to engage residents, including the famous Soup for the Soul Event.
|23752 Newhall Ave, Santa Clarita, CA firstname.lastname@example.org||(661) 254-4663||btohome.org|
Resource for Individual Success in Education (RISE) is a program to improve access to higher education for current/former foster and homeless youth, increase retention, graduation and transfer rates and promote student learning and development. The RISE program grants students with a list of services ranging from career counseling, school supplies vouchers, academic advocacy, community resource referrals (free eye exam and glasses), access to campus shower facilities, and personal hygiene packages. The program comprises of two eligibilities: foster youth and homeless youth. “Foster youth” means a person who is currently in foster care, and “former foster youth” means a person who is an emancipated foster youth and who is 24 years of age or younger. “Homeless youth” means a student under 25 years of age, who has been verified at any time during the 24 months immediately preceding the receipt of their application for admission to College of the Canyons, as a homeless child or youth, as defined by a homeless services provider, the director of a federal TRIO program (or designee), or a financial aid administrator for an institution of higher education.
|26455 Rockwell Canyon Road Valencia, CA email@example.com||(661) 362-3273||canyons.edu/rise|
Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Inc (SDFHC) provides affordable healthcare services to all residents of the Santa Clarita Valley and neighboring communities. The health centers are conveniently located in Val Verde, Canyon Country, Newhall, Valencia (behavioral health only) and offer a variety of services including primary health care, dental, behavioral health and enrollment services. SDFHC accepts PPOs, select HMO plans, MHLA, and Covered California insurance plans and participates in several programs to support healthcare for the low income, underinsured and uninsured. Visit their main website here.
|Val Verde Health Center||Newhall Health Center||Canyon Country Health Center|
|30257 San Martinez Road Val Verde, CA 91384||23772 Newhall Ave Newhall, CA 91321||27225 Camp Plenty Rd #4 Canyon Country, CA 91352|
|Main: (661) 257-4008||Medical: (661) 291-1777||Medical: (661) 424-1220|
|Enrollment: (661) 257-4008 (Ext. 106)||Dental: (661) 402-2319||Mental Health: (661) 468-7405|
|Mental Health: (661) 468-7405|
211 LA (or 211 LA County) is the hub for community members and community organizations looking for all types of health, human, and social services in Los Angeles County. The resource provides: information and referrals to services that best meet individual needs, through a 24 hour 2-1-1 call line or website. An online community calendar connects people to local events that offer services and community connections, special programs that provide outreach and care navigation to assist people with accessing and obtaining services.
Simply 2-1-1 to access services.
LeaseUp is new program that helps landlords navigate the process of filling units with people in need of housing. LeaseUp partners property owners with housing non-profits. These organizations offer resources including incentives and case management expertise in matching homeless clients with appropriate housing, and continuing to work with formerly homeless renters. The LeaseUp program is operated with People Assisting The Homeless – PATH. How it works: landlords sign up via the website. Within a day, PATH staff contact landlords and orient them on the program. If a landlord opts to enroll their unit, non-profit staff inspect the site and provide a holding fee prior to client placement. Non-profit staff work with both clients and landlords to place people in appropriate units. When the homeless individual becomes the renter, non-profit case managers continue to support to ensure success. LeaseUp is funded at $3 million per year from Measure H, the 2017 county sales tax measure to end homelessness. The initiative is a scaled-up version of a successful pilot program operated by PATH.