During the East Beamer Way groundbreaking celebration, Scott, a resident of the permanent supportive housing units offered to share his story. With tears of gratitude, he said that he came to the shelter so he could work at night...
What a way to end 2022! Sixty-one permanent supportive housing units are now home to 75 individuals with a disability and who experienced chronic homelessness. This new housing community sits between our emergency shelter and soon-to-be treatment facility. Case management...
All too often, California’s housing crisis impacts another one of our Yolo County neighbors. For Kelly, an attempt to welcome a roommate to help with rent tugged at the thread that left him homeless and hopeless. Kelly had been living...
Hurt on the job, Denise applied for disability. While waiting to receive her benefits, she had no choice but to deplete her savings. Soon after, Denise and her husband found themselves homeless and living on the streets. “Being on...
Dede was born and raised in the area and moved a few times to follow her career path. Dede was passionate about many things and driven to succeed, from caring for others as a nurse to financial advisement and...
We have some exciting news to share! Thirty-six clients have gained employment recently at nearby warehouses, such as Target, Rite Aid, and Central Valley. Our shelter location is surrounded by several companies that are within walking distance, which is...
For more than 10 years Candace lived on and around the streets of Woodland. She was sinking deeper into the hard world of mental illness and drugs. However, during this time there was one constant in her life –...
"Thank you Fourth & Hope for your support, hope, and resources to obtain permanent housing" ~ Mary & Mark
"I'm grateful for the staff at Fourth & Hope for going above and beyond in supporting my journey from homelessness to recovery and into permanent housing." - Erica
"I graduated from Walter's House, and came to the shelter. Fourth & Hope helped me get housing, and now I volunteer to help others." - Ramone