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LEARN ABOUT THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY'S FIRST TWO TINY HOME SHELTER SITES

ESPERANZA VILLA
CITY OF BALDWIN PARK
Opened November 2021

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  • Opened on November 22, 2021 at    14173 Garvey Avenue

  • 25 tiny home units for Baldwin Park community members experiencing homelessness​​

Fact Sheet
Site Layout

Press Release

OPERATION STAY SAFE
CITY OF MONTEBELLO
Opening May 2022

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  • Opened on May 18, 2022 at                      2000 Flotilla Street

  • 30 tiny home units for Montebello community members experiencing homelessness

Fact Sheet

Site Layout

City Summary

Esperanza Villa and Operation Stay Safe amenities:

  • On site supportive services provided by Volunteers of America Los Angeles

  • 3 daily meals for residents

  • Case management to connect residents to additional services and permanent housing

  • Laundry, restroom, and shower facilities

  • 24/7 security,​ privacy fencing, and secured entry

TAKE A TOUR OF ESPERANZA VILLA ON GOOGLE MAPS

DONATE TODAY!

SGVRHT is currently collecting donations to support the opening of the new Montebello site. Your donations will directly support the site’s residents in their transition to permanent housing. We want you to know how valuable your contribution is!

Purchase items from our Amazon wish lists:

Donate to the Regional Housing Trust's PayPal and we will use the funds to purchase needed supplies for the tiny homes and support the site!

Click this button: 

Or go to: paypal.me/sgvrht

For questions about donations, please contact Meredith Sharkey at msharkey@sgvcog.org

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RESIDENTS OF ESPERANZA VILLA

"I finally got a break here you know? I was a long time without anywhere to live, so I just thank God that my turn came up."

- Joe, Resident of Esperanza Villa

Hear Joe give an interview about his experience

First Success Story at Esperanza Villa

The on-site service provider helped to find permanent housing for a 76 year old woman who had been homeless on and off since 2014. After staying at the tiny homes site for about 3 months, she is no longer homeless. Your donations and support will help to change lives.

VOLUNTEER AT THE SITES

Volunteering at the Tiny Home site is an easy and rewarding way to assist your unhoused neighbors.

If you are interested in volunteering at the one or both of the sites, please
fill out our sign-up form and we will get back to you with more information.

If  you are interested in hosting a donation drive or kit assembly event, or for questions about volunteering, please contact Brielle Acevedo at 
bacevedo@sgvrht.org.
We look forward to working with you!

Hygiene Kit Guide                          Shelter Kit Guide​​

 

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