Investments to Date

With our partners, we have successfully housed more than 2,000 people and provided services for over 9,000 people experiencing homelessness since 2016.


When we work together, we can end chronic homelessness.

Getting to Zero is a communitywide, collaborative campaign to effectively end homelessness in Sacramento, Placer and Yolo counties in the next three years. The goal of the campaign is to reach Functional Zero – when the number of individuals experiencing a housing crisis is equal to or fewer than the number of permanent housing units available to them.

What is the cost of homelessness?


Monthly cost to provide health care, law enforcement, and other homeless services in the current model.


Monthly cost to the community once permanent supportive housing and other services have been provided.

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Source: Corporation for Supportive Housing

What is Getting to Zero

Watch our video featuring local business, nonprofit, and elected leaders talking about why Getting to Zero is important for our region.

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Housing First

Housing First is a proven best practice which provides no or low-barrier access to housing being promoted by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Ending Homelessness

See Our Second Year Results

As of of January 2019, Sutter Health has partnered with four local jurisdictions and invested over $5 million towards innovative housing solutions.

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The Getting to Zero campaign represents the beginning of a long overdue public-private partnership to solve homelessness in our region. I am grateful to Sutter Health and all the private sector partners for stepping up to help solve a solvable problem. It begins with will and commitment.

Darrell Steinberg Mayor of Sacramento

Sutter Health is proud to be leading innovative collaborations that bring together elected leaders, business leaders and community leaders from across our region to effectively end homelessness in Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties.

James Conforti Chief Operating Officer, Sutter Health Valley Area

It’s important for us to collaborate across county lines to more effectively collect data and share information so we can make more informed policy decisions in our communities and across the region.

Robert Weygandt Placer County Board of Supervisors

In Partnership With VIEW ALL

  • Sutter Health
  • County of Placer
  • Sacramento Steps Forward
  • Davis California
  • City of Sacramento
  • Sacramento County