Thank you to everyone that supported and participated in our annual “Let Them Eat Cake!” event on July 13, 2017. We had an amazing turn out this year with a wide selection of delicious homemade cakes, beautiful art, delectable wine and suds, as well as the company of many compassionate supporters and sponsors. We are grateful for your support in our organization’s mission!

 

"This is certainly a less expensive way per person to provide housing with the socialization benefits of the community that forms there." - John Foley

One part of reducing homelessness is increasing housing opportunities specifically for people who have become homeless.  Sacramento Self Help Housing is doing this in single family homes across their region at a low cost through shared housing.  

The videos below take you through what shared housing is, how it works, and the first steps you'd want to take to create an organization focused on shared housing in San Diego.  

Mix and Mingle with Sacramento Self-Help Housing!

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Sacramento Self-Help Housing (SSHH) and the the Rancho Cordova Homeless Assistance Resource Team (HART) while enjoying wine & tasty appetizers.  All donations support local efforts to find stable and sustainable housing for needy individuals and families in our area.  RSVPs are encouraged and a tax deductible donation of $30 per person would be appreciated. 

You can contribute through our website by clicking this link:

http://www.sacselfhelp.org/donate.html

For Tax Write-Off purposes, our Tax ID is #68-0217383

Thank you for your faithful support to SSHH and the individuals we help. Your compassion enriches their lives in more ways than you will ever know. We are so grateful for your continued support.  We hope to see you there!

 


jj vanceSacramento Self Help Housing (SSHH) is the proud recipient of the 2015 JVance Stewart Community Service Award! This award honors the founding member of the DSP Navigator program, JVance Stewart, who passed away in 2011. Through DSP’s Homeless Outreach Navigators, Jay was committed to helping people get a second chance at life and was an advocate for those who needed it the most. The DSP Navigator Program measures success by the number of people they have connected with housing and services - because housing is the only way to solve homelessness.

SSHH was recognized for their impactful initiatives to assist homeless individuals, including their Cathedral Shelter program, Common Cents Interim Housing Program and the Serial Inebriate Program. Their programs have assisted more than 500 individuals with their transition off the street into housing. SSHH has been asset to the Navigator team for more than 10 years and is essential to the DSP Navigator Program's mission and the success of Downtown.

 

SSHH Mix and Mingle

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Please join SSHH for an informal evening of wine & light appetizers as we share a few recent highlights that include being recognized with the 2015 JVance Stewart Award from the Downtown Sacramento Partnership, uplifting recent success stories and providing more information about new developments and programs we have in place.

The event is free of cost, however, we hope that you will consider helping make SSHH's success possible with a generous - and much-appreciated - donation of $30.00.  

You can contribute through our website by clicking this link: http://www.sacselfhelp.org/donate.html

For Tax Write-Off purposes, our Tax ID is #68-0217383

Thank you for your faithful support to SSHH and the individuals we help. Your compassion enriches their lives in more ways than you will ever know. We are so grateful for your continued support.  We hope to see you there!

 

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