Our goal is to help homeless people move into housing. We also provide fast, effective prevention services for extremely low-income people who are at risk of becoming homeless.
We do not have apartments or houses available to rent.
Click the link below to start the application process.
Please be aware it may take time to help you. If you need immediate shelter, you can find shelter information at 2-1-1 website. We participate in the local Coordinated Entry System. If you are homeless, your information will be forwarded to the Coordinated Entry System, which provides fair and equitable access to limited help in our community.
Town Center Studios is 40 units of housing for persons who are chronically homeless, developed in partnership by CVLIHC, STAND, City of Stockton, San Joaquin County and Dignity Health.
“They really helped me out to make my life better, and I can proudly say I am in a home — I have been in program over a year now. I am so grateful to all of them. There are programs all around California. It’s awesome how they work side by side to help me. I love my home. They truly help.”
~ Diane Ellis, resident of Town Center Studios
Dignity Health is one of our biggest partners and supporters. They have provided funding and support for Town Center Studios, the City of Stockton’s first motel-to-permanent housing development supported by Project Homekey.
“Dignity Health stepped up when we needed it, and we look forward to working with Dignity to show the community providing permanent housing is more humane and more cost-effective way to address chronic homelessness.”
~ Jon Mendelson, CVLIHC Executive Director
By providing permanent housing opportunities, CVLIHC enables homeless individuals and families to move from shelters and the streets into real housing that improves their financial, emotional and physical wellness.
We are a 501c(3) nonprofit that provides permanent housing resources and support services to homeless individuals and families living in San Joaquin County, CA.
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