Point-in-Time counts show there are approximately four thousand people experiencing homelessness throughout Placer, Sacramento and Yolo counties.


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.

Source: Corporation for Supportive Housing

Housing First is the Solution

By providing the chronically homeless with Housing First, and then quickly offering the support services they need to maintain stability, this model is a strategy for addressing chronic homelessness that has measurable outcomes and meaningful results.

Housing First
  • Outreach
    & Assessment

  • Coordinated Entry
    & Placement

  • Support Services &
    Stable Housing

Sutter Health is proud to be supporting 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

A Public/Private Collaborative Approach

We will solve this together.
  • FEDERAL, STATE & Local Government

  • Philanthropic Support, Business & Faith-Based Communities

  • Continuum of care service providers

Federal, State &
Local Funding
Private Philanthropy
& Corporate Giving
Regional Fundraising goal: $20 million by 2019

What does the end of homelessness look like?

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.

Functional Zero