Transitional Housing

Carmichael HART is dedicated to assisting our community's most vulnerable find safe, sustainable, and permanent housing.

How Transitional Housing Works 

Charlotte House will provide shelter and supportive services to 4 women experiencing homelessness from the Carmichael community. Each Resident will be assigned a case manager staffed by Sacramento Self-Help Housing that will help the participant navigate resources and explore next steps such as employment and permanent housing. They will also be assigned a mentor from Carmichael HART. They will meet weekly to work on life skills and provide support and guidance.

How can I help? 

We are raising money to cover the day-to-day expenses of operating the Charlotte House. These expenses include professional case workers, a live-in house leader, food, utilities, and general maintenance. If 120 people pledge $20.00 per month, Charlotte house will be fully funded.

If 120 people pledge $20.00 per month, Charlotte house will be fully funded. 

CHARLOTTE HOUSE FOR WOMEN

IN SEPTEMBER 2019 CARMICHAEL HART LAUNCHED ITS FIRST TRANSITIONAL HOUSE

Whats next?

COMING JANUARY 2021, TRANSITIONAL HOUSE FOR MEN

Carmichael HART is aware of the numbers. A majority of our unhoused community members are men. According to the 2019 Sacramento County Point-In-Time Count, 63% of the unhoused identify as men, while 38% identify as women. In line with our mission to provide necessary and inclusive housing services to all of our community’s most vulnerable, we are excited to announce the opening of our second transitional house, a Transitional House for men.

Below are photos of our new Transitional House for Men. As you can tell, we have a lot of work to do. If 120 people pledge $20.00 per month, our program will be fully funded.

With Charolette House’s success we chose to look for an opportunity to expand our Transitional Housing portfolio as soon as possible. Fortunately, the HART faith based community delivered a house that needed some work, but met all of our needs to be turned into a program. The specifics are still in the works as we search for funding and partners. However, we expect to model the program off Charolette House. We plan to partner with Sacramento Self-Help Housing to provide case management services. Carmichael HART will work with the Carmichael Navigator to identify the program participants and create a mentoring team to provide support and resources when necessary.