Next Move Homeless Services
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916-395-9000 ext. 208
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Programs

Description
Next Move and WEAVE have teamed up to provide shelter for women and families who are victims of domestic violence.

Both organizations are committed to ensuring those in vulnerable living environments, including homelessness, move toward self-sufficiency and stability. Next Move has space from a program that they no longer had funding for, and WEAVE has program funding but needs space to house their clients.

"Next Move's mission footprint in Sacramento will be broadened by its relationship with WEAVE," said Tricia Rosenbaum, Executive Director of Next Move. "In our region, it is well known that there is a significant gap in affordable housing availability. By partnering on this project, we will be able to help additional clients that are in need of support - this is such a great win-win for our organizations." WEAVE will use the property owned by Next Move to house one or more families while they participate in WEAVE programs, and work toward a new life and a stable housing situation.
Budget
$323,989
Program Successes
- Goodwill Sacramento Valley & Northern Nevada, a partner of Next Move, invested over $50,000 to refurbish the facility and prepare it for occupancy, which will be just after the start of the new year.
- The success of this program is measured by the women who will have a chance to build a new life after domestic abuse.
- This success is also about collaboration and coming together to share resources for the greater good of our clients.
Description
Our permanent supportive housing programs provide subsidized housing and supportive services to individuals and families. These programs provide case management to stabilize households effected by homelessness, chronic homelessness, and multiple and severe disabilities with the of goal of increased stability and self-reliance.
- Casa de Esperanza: Serves chronically homeless, disabled men and women
- Friendship Housing: Provides low income, permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless families
- Omega Project: Serves singles and families with multiple and severe disabilities
- Home At Last: Serves disabled, chronically homeless seniors 55 years and older
- Step Up Sacramento: Launched in the summer 2015, Next Move leads this collaborative project to provide 122 units of permanent supportive housing to individuals and families including veterans, transitional age foster youth and seniors 55 and older
Budget
$313,970
Program Successes
- The Omega Project functions as a permanent-supportive housing program for formerly homeless families with disabilities and special needs.
- Though participants are allowed to stay in the program for life, many clients have voluntarily left the program in order to give their spot in the program to families in greater need.
- Countless adults have obtained full-time employment, gone back to school, received better healthcare due to personal milestones, and have reunified with children lost to Child Protective Services matters.
Description
Next Move provides a comprehensive array of supportive services to assist families & individuals to move towards greater self-reliance, economic security, case management services and housing stability.
- Children's Programs: Our children's program services are framed by youth development principles and prevention strategies to encourage healthy development/recovery for children experiencing homelessness. Children are provided case management services, academic and recreational support and opportunities, community engagement opportunities, life skills development and more.
- Hope Clinic: A long term collaboration with Sacramento County DHHS and UC Davis Medical Center, Hope Clinic provides free medical care to adults and children participating in Next Move programs, as well as services to children residing in the Oak Park community and surrounding neighborhoods. Services include: vaccinations, TB testing, and prenatal care.
- Housing Relocation and Aftercare Program: Next Move provides housing relocation assistance, including housing needs assessment, housing resources and referral support, landlord referrals, and follow-up case management for all Family Shelter Campus participants.
- Francis House Center: On January 1, 2016, Francis House Center became a part of Next Move's umbrella of homeless and safety-net services, offering job development services, California ID card voucher assistance program, Regional Transit ID, Family Rescue program (emergency shelter for families with dependent children), Resource Coaching, New Eyes for the Needy programs and basic hygiene kits.
Budget
$342,217
Program Successes
Casa de Esperanza has become a launchpad for many men and women that, without assistance, would run the risk of relapsing back into homeless. With the stability and support that Casa de Esperanza provides, residents are able to better maintain their physical and mental health, create healthy habits and living skills, and set goals for their future.
Description
Started as a VISTA project in 2011, the CRDC has grown to serve over 400 households each month. The Community Donation Center is open to guests Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. to provide clothing, shoes, household, toys, bedding, towels, and other donated items free of charge to program participants and those living in the community who have a need. Guests to the Community Resource & Donation Center can be referred by an agency or walk-in. Guests may utilize the Center six times in a six month period. Identification is required.
- Next Move accepts donated items that are reusable, in good condition or working order. We ask that donated clothing items be free of rips and stains. We also accept appliance, household items and furniture items good repair/working order. We cannot accept mattresses. Donations are excepted Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. To donate or volunteer, contact our Community Outreach & Volunteer Coordinator: apickens@nextmovesacramento.org
Budget
$0
Program Successes
- Since opening as a VISTA Project in 2011, the Community Donation Centered has increased Next Move's impact in the community through service provision and assistance from 22 to 200 households monthly including 295 children under the age of 18 years old and 281 adults.
- Next Move distributes over 2557 donated items each month back into the community.
Description
- Family Shelter Campus: Provides emergency shelter to families with children and supportive services in an 85-bed facility for up to 30 days
- Women's Shelter Program: Provides emergency housing and supportive services to single women for up to 30 days
- Winter Solutions: The Motel Voucher and Winter Shelter for Families program provides emergency shelter in motel settings to meet the increased need for shelter beds during the four months of winter
- Stepping Stones: This rapid re-housing program launched in Spring of 2015 serves homeless families to be re-housed and stabilized
Budget
$785,059
Program Successes
- Within the past 3 years, Next Move has seen a major shift in clients served. Two parent families have become more frequent.
- Fortunately, Family Shelter currently has a 50% success rate in housing homeless families.
- Percentages of the other 50% are being moved into transitional housing, permanent-supportive housing programs, and in some cases are assisted in finding outside services as the families continue in their journey to self-reliance.