Transitional Housing Program

Transitional Housing Program

Hart of Folsom, in November 2018, established a transitional housing program to assist our clients who are striving to get out of homelessness and begin a new life as a contributing member of our community.

Each client in the program has a HART mentor who is working with them to address the issues that caused their homelessness and connecting them to the resources needed to succeed.

Our housing program offers short term housing for the client to begin rebuilding their life. HART Mentors assist them in their goals by helping them focus their time, energy and finances toward the goal of becoming self-sufficient and independent. We help them see themselves as successful and provide them what they need to understand this new outlook on their lives.

Our housing program helps only clients of our organization. They must be working with our mentors and their goals put them in a position to make a transition in a 3-6 month period.

We are currently restructuring our program and have little housing availability.

We are not an inexpensive, subsidized rent or low income housing program. Please go to https://hartoffolsom.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/2018-Peoples-Guide.pdf for possible information on this type of housing..

Please contact us by leaving a message via email: info@hartoffolsom.org.

People’s Guide

People’s Guide is a self-advocacy tool for people experiencing homelessness and low-income people. The People’s Guide is designed to give them tools to play an active role in making a difference in their own lives. The Guide is provides information about health care, housing, food, income, legal advice and employment from local, state and federal programs and community services in Sacramento County.

Download the guide from our resources page.

Latest News
It's with great sadness that we inform you of the passing of our friend and Folsom Winter Shelter guest, Robert Christie. Robert passed away on Sunday, August 30. He is now healed and celebrating with the angels. He was hospitalized at the time of his death. Our sympathies go out to his family. We will always remember how his friends looked out for him and, at the shelter, would let us know that he was on his way but moving slow. We'd make sure to stay open till he arrived. We will miss you, Robert.
Upcoming Events
• Folsom Winter Shelter Planning Committe meeting (9/29 @ 6:30pm)
• HART of Folsom Board Meeting (10/14 @ 7 pm)

PO Box 6327
Folsom, CA 95763-6327
(916) 542-0615
 
info@HARTofFolsom.org