The LifeMoves | Rapid Re-Housing program helps clients who are homeless but have a reliable income to receive move-in assistance and shallow rent subsidies.
By providing financial assistance to move directly into housing (accompanied by case management and supportive services), clients are able to bypass a stay in an interim housing program altogether. This program is fiscally efficient from an organizational standpoint and also circumvents the psychological impact on our clients of short-term housing solutions, which can be particularly devastating for children.
Additionally, the LifeMoves | Rapid Re-Housing program helps preserve urgently needed shelter beds for those most in need.
To qualify for LifeMoves | Rapid Re-Housing, clients must be homeless, working or gaining reliable income, but earning less than 200% of the national poverty level. Families and individuals may receive up to $2,000 for move-in assistance, depending on income, and a 50% rent subsidy for up to six months. After securing stable housing, clients receive follow-up case management to ensure their long-term success.
For questions about the LifeMoves | Rapid Re-Housing program in San Mateo County, contact Teresa Brown at 650-685-5880 ext. 190 or email@example.com
The main ballroom is now at maximum capacity but you can still enjoy the program!
Please join us in the adjacent ballroom to mingle with other LifeMoves supporters, enjoy breakfast and watch the event in its entirety on a large screen.
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