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120 Day Program

120 Day Program

Foothill Family Shelter

Transitional housing for families and adults.

Services Offered

Transitional Housing • Housing • Shelter • Wraparound Services • Homeless Families

Description

The 120-day program is designed to provide assistance and support to families trying to break the cycle of homelessness. The program recognizes that families need a solution and individualized case plan, not just free shelter and food. In the 120-day program, each family stays in a furnished two-bedroom apartment with no charge for rent and utilities. Residents are required to save a minimum of 50% of their income in a trust account and engage in wraparound services; case management, therapy and employment services to ensure they develop the proper tools for a sustainable and independent future. Single individuals are allowed but will be paired with another single person to fill the two bedroom unit.

Location

1501 W. Ninth St., Suite D, Upland, CA 91786 34.0963975 -117.6798992

Service Options

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Spanish

Eligibility

  • For families experiencing homelessness
  • For those with ties to the service area, which includes Upland, Ontario, Pomona, Montclair, Claremont, Rancho Cucamonga, and Alta Loma.
  • Must be drug and alcohol free
  • Must have source of income (earned income or government assistance)
  • No more than 5 people per application

    Payment

  • This service is free

How to Apply

Families who are interested in moving in to one of Foothill's apartments need to attend an application day, which occurs approximately every 180 days. They will fill out an application and be interviewed by a case manager. If they qualify, the case manager will call them shortly thereafter to invite them in for a second interview.

Individuals should call (909) 920-0453 to find out when the next application day will be. It is common practice for them to call weekly until staff know the date for the next application day. Applicants should bring ID, student card, or some proof of connection to service area to the application day.

There is sometimes a Spanish-speaker on site. Spanish-speakers are able to complete the application process.