Full article by Wendy Weitzel available at Sacramento News & Review
A Woodland project aims to end the cycle of homelessness by offering a range of lodging and services to help vulnerable residents stay safe, healthy and achieve housing stability.
When complete, the $35 million East Beamer Neighborhood Campus Project will provide temporary and permanent housing for 170 people and substance use treatment for 60.
The neighborhood includes three complementary parts. The first, a 100-person emergency shelter, opened in early 2021. The second, which opened in October, is a “tiny home” village of permanent, supportive housing — 31 furnished duplexes of one- and two-bedroom units. The last piece will be a 60-bed treatment facility, Walter’s House, which broke ground on March 31.