- 280 pp received overnight emergency services
- 66 pp were placed in housing
- 234 pp received street outreach/day services
- 93,000 meals were served
- 233 pp received residential services at Walter’s House
- 94 pp completed their treatment program, graduated and/or successfully connected with other placement or care
- 528 referrals were made to partner agencies for additional services and support
- 71 pp participated in the outpatient program with 40 graduates and/or transitions
- 49 pp housed in permanent supportive housing (25 households)
- 73 pp housed in sober living environment transitional housing
- 20 pp housed in victims of crime transitional housing
- 5 pp housed in the family bridge program (with children)
Fourth & Hope operates a 100-bed emergency shelter, which is the largest shelter in Yolo County and operates 24 hours a day and seven days a week. Separate dorms are provided for men and women, 60 beds for men and 40 beds for women. Program participants have access to restrooms, showers, laundry, transportation, phone, and mail services.
Additionally, our Behavioral Health Program led by a licensed clinical social worker provides intensive case management and clinical services for all program participants. The team offers specialized support with long-term goals including housing opportunities, medical, mental health, recovery resources, benefits, document support, and problem-solving while offering emotional support along the way. This team also provides support for clients in our housing programs. Clients are required to follow a case plan specific to their individual needs.
In 2021, Fourth & Hope provided shelter services for 280 individuals. Fifty people were placed in permanent supportive or stable housing. 238 people received street outreach/day services. And, 50,000 meals were served to shelter clients and anyone in need of a meal by our staff and volunteers.
Fourth & Hope’s day services are provided from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm in a gated courtyard area that is set up for protection from extreme weather, as well as health screening, social distancing, and sanitation protocols. The day services program utilizes a case management model of service delivery with client care coordinators who provide engagement, assessment, and resource/referral services, including linkages to the CoC – Coordinated Entry system, health care services, and housing.
The Woodland Police Department has also created the Homeless Outreach Street Team (HOST) which routinely visits locations where people are experiencing homelessness – on the street, camping, in the hospital, and the shelter. They establish relationships with partners and the individuals who are experiencing homelessness throughout Yolo County. Services include assessment, resources, and housing navigation services. To learn more click here.
The Fourth & Hope housing program provides permanent supportive and transitional housing at multiple sites. The program’s goal is to place people into housing as quickly as possible to provide stability and recovery from a crisis.
Last year in 2021:
- 50 people were housed in permanent supportive housing.
- 60 people were housed in our sober living environment (SLE) transitional housing.
- 27 people were housed in our victims of crime transitional housing.
- 5 people were housed in our family bridge housing program.
Provides housing for up to 24 months. Case management, a house monitor, and a connection to outpatient substance use treatment are provided. Referrals are made by agency partners.
Victims of Crime
Transitional housing is provided through a partnership with the Yolo County DA’s office. This program provides housing and case management for individuals who have been a victim of a crime. The program is provided for up to 24 months.
Permanent Supportive Housing
A HUD-funded program provides housing for individuals and families who are chronically homeless. Intended for individuals that would unlikely maintain permanent housing without the link to ongoing support services. The individual must have a documented disability and/or history of long-term homelessness. Referrals are made through a coordinated entry through the Yolo County Continuum of Care. Enrollment decisions are based on assessment scores and greatest need priority.
Walter’s House is a residential substance use disorder treatment facility for women and men. Services include assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counseling, education, family therapy, crisis intervention, transportation, and aftercare planning. The program is certified by Medi-Cal and accredited by CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities).
License and Certification Number: 570008AN
Expiration Date: 08/31/2023
The program offers two group sessions and one individual session each week and can accommodate up to 30 people at a time.
Fourth & Hope serves dinner each night at 5 p.m. to anyone in need of a hot meal. Breakfast and lunch are offered to clients staying at the shelter. Nearly 100,000 meals were served out of our kitchen last year. Our dedicated volunteers prepare, cook, and serve most of these meals and we are so grateful for these community members who support our program and help those in need. If you are interested in joining our volunteer program contact us at [email protected] or call 530.503.0550.
* Above numbers were originated from the 2018-2019 Annual Report