City of Baldwin Park
Opening September 2022

The San Gabriel Valley Regional Housing Trust (SGVRHT) and San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments (SGVCOG) are partnering with the City of Baldwin Park to develop a 50-bed tiny-home bridge housing site for families experiencing homelessness in Baldwin Park.

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How You Can Help

1 in 30 American children experience homelessness. Homelessness disrupts nearly every aspect of everyday life and can impact children’s health, access to education, and development. 

Children experiencing homelessness frequently worry about where they will live, their pets, their belongings, and other family members. Families experiencing homelessness carry tremendous stress that accompanies the loss of one’s home, stability and feelings of safety. Your donations will help us provide a safe, comfortable, community for families experiencing homelessness.  

Donate to the Regional Housing Trust's PayPal at or click the button below 

For questions about donations or getting involved at the site, please contact

Meredith Sharkey at

Site Features

  • The site will be bright and welcoming and a safe space for families.

  • The site will have onsite laundry, restrooms, and showers.

  • An existing garage will be converted into a study area and computer room.

  • Boss Cubez is providing the modular housing units (with two units to accommodate larger families).

  • City Net, the selected service provider, will operate the site and provide 24/7 staffing, case management, and 3 meals a day for all families at the site.

  • Through case management, families will be connected to permanent housing opportunities and any other services that they need.

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