Has the SSA been effective?

Currently, there are 50 individuals living within the Service Support Area. 100% of occupants were chronically homeless in San Rafael and 14 are now receiving case management support. Marin County Health and Human Services has confirmed that having individuals in a safe place where their social worker can work with them is already getting people moved into housing options. In the last month, eight individuals have been placed into housing including moves to Project Roomkey hotel rooms, the Homeward Bound run emergency shelter (which will ultimately be 44 new permanent supportive housing units), and through the housing voucher process. 

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