Napa’s collaborative model has resulted in over 100 homeless individuals, including women and children, finding long-term, supportive housing and a life off the street each year, and another 70 individuals being diverted into support programs.
- When possible, we try to reunify families; we have helped many clients with bus tickets to reconnect with family members
- Several clients and volunteers have had employment assistance and found jobs
- Many clients have entered recovery programs and have had success dealing with addiction
- We have increased arrests of criminal elements within the homeless community that undermine efforts to provide responsible compassion