The City of Healdsburg, in partnership with Reach for Home and Burbank Housing, collaborated to convert the 22-unit L&M hotel into interim housing for the city’s chronically homeless individuals. In December 2021, the L&M hotel was approved for $7 million in Homekey funds and in March 2022 the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors allocated $950,000 in capital funds. The site will house individuals for 30 days and offer residents: case management seven days a week with a 3:1 resident to case manager ratio; daily therapeutic activities; an on-site mental health professional available once a week by appointment; community mobile health and wellness unit on site once a week; on and off-site drug and alcohol treatment as needed; employment services and job-seeking assistance; a community garden program; and a facilities mentoring program. As of March 2022, Sonoma County has received Homekey funds for five projects, totaling 230 units to be used as interim and/or permanent housing.

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  • Burbank Housing
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