Residents must be elderly (55+), have a documented history of long term homelessness, and have incomes at or below 30% of Area Median Income. Applicants for housing will be drawn from the community’s Coordinated Entry System. Applicants who meet the eligibility requirements of the property and who are prioritized for housing by the Coordinated Entry System, will be referred to the property manager to be screened for eligibility.
Sonoma County Behavior Health Services will coordinate the provision of onsite services provided by community-based agencies and their case managers. 24/7 onsite security services will be present at the property; off-site electronic security monitoring will also be in operation.
Service providers will follow a harm-reduction and trauma-informed model of resident engagement and service delivery. Service coordinators will assess the needs of residents and create care plans that have two primary goals: (1) address the chronic health conditions resulting in the person’s prolonged homelessness; and (2) build a track record of successful tenancy for the resident so that the resident is ready for success at Providence Rohnert Park House and at all future housing opportunities the resident may have.