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NEW OUTLOOK FAMILY TRANSITIONAL HOUSING

5070 N. Sixth Street, Suite 182
Fresno, CA 93710
(559) 248-9445

New Outlook is a supported housing program for homeless families which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Fifty apartment units (near California State University, Fresno) are utilized to house families that desire to receive supportive services to attain permanent housing, stable income, and independence from public housing.

loving couple with one little boy

 

SERVICES AVAILABLE

The following services are available at New Outlook:

  • Sponsored rent
  • Career/job development
  • Transportation assistance
  • Substance abuse education
  • Child care coordination
  • Family counseling
  • Case management
  • Life skills assistance
  • Independent housing
  • Linkage to other services

PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY

New Outlook targets primarily single-parent families receiving public benefit and/or are homeless or in temporary housing in the Fresno area. Applicants must be willing to participate in required program elements and follow program regulations.

REFERRALS

Referrals may be made directly to the program. Applicants will be screened by program personnel for eligibility prior to admission. Referrals are also accepted through the Department of Social Services.

STASIS CENTER

1379 E. San Bruno Avenue #E
Fresno, CA 93710
(559) 225-0560

The Stasis Center is considered a Permanent Supportive Housing Program and is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The apartments provide housing for individuals who were formerly homeless. The program is designed to encourage the mentally ill individual to develop independent living skills, maintain stable functioning, and to work toward economic self-sufficiency. The 16-unit apartment complex, with 24-hour staffing, assists individuals to learn daily living skills, money management skills, socialization skills, and how to access outside resources to help with return to work or school. Facilities include on-site staff offices and group training areas. All services are offered on a voluntary basis and are selected by the resident.

young couple with two little kids

 

SERVICES AVAILABLE

  • Life Skills Instruction
  • Crisis Management/Intervention
  • Mental Health Counseling/Monitoring
  • Social Activities/Tenant Council
  • Permanent Housing
  • Affordable Subsidized Rent
  • Linkages to Other Services/Advocacy

PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY

The Stasis Program will strive toward helping each individual maintain a safe and stable independent living environment and recovery process. REFERRALS Referrals come from Fresno County Mental Health Services Department and contracted programs. Referrals must meet HUD criteria for homelessness and have the capability for supported independence.

TRANSITIONAL LIVING CENTER

1638 & 1642 ā€œLā€ Street
Fresno, CA 93721
(559) 233-2663

The Transitional Living Center is a 30-bed community-based transitional housing program for adults. It was established through cooperation and support from the following: The U.S. Housing and Urban Development Department, the City of Fresno, the State of California Housing and Community Development Department, the County of Fresno, Region I SASCA, and through private donations.

SERVICES AVAILABLE

  • Shelter
  • Case Management Services
  • Vocational Evaluation and Counseling
  • Substance Abuse Relapse Prevention
  • Mental Health Services
  • Psychosocial Assessment
  • Medication Monitoring
  • Money Management Assistance
  • Socialization and Recreational Services
  • Daily Living Skills Training
  • Permanent Housing Development

PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY

The goal of the program is to transition people from homelessness to a stable home environment. Homeless people who have specific serious barriers to self-sufficiency are eligible for the program. The program provides individualized case management, vocational support services, and other support services.

REFERRALS

Referrals may be made directly to the program and are screened for acceptance by program staff.