By order of the Board of Supervisors in September 2007, the San Bernardino County Homeless Partnership (SBCHP) was formed to provide a more focused approach to issues of homelessness within the County. The Partnership consists of community and faith-based organizations, educational institutions, non profit organizations, private industry, and federal, state, and local governments.
SBCHP was developed to promote a strong collaboration between agencies to direct the planning, development, and implementation of the County’s 10-year Strategy to end chronic homelessness. The Partnership provides leadership in creating a comprehensive countywide network of service delivery to the homeless and near homeless families and individuals through facilitating better communication, planning, coordination, and cooperation among all entities that provide services and/or resources for the relief of homelessness in San Bernardino County.
Who can I call if I need assistance with basic needs or other homeless resources?
Please contact Inland Empire United Way 211 by calling “211”. The 2-1-1 Coordinated Entry System (CES) is available in San Bernardino County, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. By dialing the 3-digit calling code, 2-1-1, the caller is connected to a live, bilingual homeless assistance call specialist who will help assess the caller’s situation and streamline access to homeless assistance services, screen applicants for eligibility for these and other programs in a consistent and well-coordinated way, and assess needs to determine which interventions are the best fit for each individual and/or family.
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Guidance and Training for CoC Leaders, Providers, Funders & Community Stakeholders
August 1st – 9:00am – 3:30pm Registration
2017 CoC Competition Notices
Working Paper to Establish Written Standards for Providing Continuum of Care Assistance
2016 Homeless Youth Survey Final Report
Homelessness among youth is an issue of concern throughout the country. Many youth, whether unaccompanied or residing with friends and/or family, experience many of the same factors such as poverty, domestic violence, substance abuse, lack of housing stability, and mental health disorders that contribute to adult homelessness.
Housing First 2.0 Presentation by Dr. Sam Tsemberis
HPN Current Meeting Agendas and Minutes
ICH Current Meeting Agenda and Minutes
July 12, 2017
9 – 11 AM
Workforce Development/America’s Job Center, Classroom 2
9650 E. 9th St.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
June 21, 2017
1 – 3 PM
Transitional Assistance Department
15010 Palmdale Road
Victorville, CA 92392
June 6, 2017
1 – 3 PM
County of San Bernardino Health Services – Auditorium
850 E. Foothill Blvd.
Rialto, CA 92376