Housing & Homeless Services
Provides dedicated staff that centralizes efforts to prevent homelessness and coordinates solutions for supportive housing within Butte County. The Housing and Homeless Team, also referred to as H.H.O.M.E. (Housing, Homeless, Outreach, (Case) Management and Education), identifies and helps organize responses to barriers and/or gaps in homeless and housing services, supports the Butte County Continuum of Care as the Collaborative Applicant, Lead Agency and HMIS Lead, collaborates with local jurisdictions and community based organizations and pursues funding opportunities specific to homeless and housing.
Continuum of Care
The Continuum of Care (CoC) is a regional or local planning body that coordinates housing and services funding for homeless individuals and families with the goal of ending homelessness. H.H.O.M.E. provides administrative support to the local CoC.
For more information, visit the Butte Countywide Continuum of Care website.
Housing Navigation Center
The HHOME team will be expanding their services to individuals experiencing homelessness throughout the unincorporated jurisdictions of Oroville, Gridley and Biggs. The ability to provide housing and social services will bolster both mental and physical health of unhoused community members. Through partnerships with community organizations, HHOME will share information on other supportive services that are available for individuals seeking services through the Navigation Center.
Center Contact Number: (530) 552-6200
Hours of Operations: Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Email: [email protected]
For more information on available services, please click on the links below: