Right People, Right Resources, Right Now
Implementing a community-wide coordination of 11 North Orange County cities, dedicated community-based organizations, outreach service workers with specialized skills in addiction and medical and mental health, HOPE Center offers those experiencing street homelessness a clearer path towards stable housing opportunities.
More information about our nonprofit public benefit corporation coming soon.
Unified Responsibility Model
Centralizing Resources | Integrating Data | Coordinating Responses
A collaborative software for communications and metrics for service outreach workers to effectively address street homelessness and vulnerable populations with dispatch, bed shelter reservation, and housing resources.
Beyond the confines of a building by meeting the client at the point of contact on the streets, the HOPE Center Mobile Office Vehicle will allow stabilization, respite and openness for real-time linkages to shelter, case management and transportation in an office environment setting.
The multi-sector team members collect and communicate data at the point-of-work in real time across a contiguous and manageable geography. Optimal referrals based on an integrated services menu with a complete current client file is then securely accessed and consulted with a step-by-step checklist offers case managers a viable pathway to housing for our clients.
The HOPE Center is designed as a centralized home for service workers and their specialized resources to respond in real time to issues related to street homelessness. As a hub, the HOPE Center adheres to be evidence-based, data-driven and a replicable model with a common agenda to end street homelessness with shared performance metrics in the region.
“I’m extraordinarily enthusiastic about what this state has done to seed real reforms and real strategies to support novel programs like this that are all about data… all about outcomes… creating platforms – literally and figuratively – of engagement… breaking down silos… and creating partnerships."
– Governor Gavin Newsom