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Social Impact Report

CVC's supportive housing model is 10x more cost effective than the alternative societal cost of homelessness!

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Emergency Shelter

Emergency shelter and treatment programs provide basic shelter and care to individuals or families in crisis. Short term in nature, shelter programs seek to stabilize clients and prepare them for more independent living arrangements.

Emergency Shelter Page

Transitional Housing

Transitional housing programs foster independent living skills and self-sufficiency, helping to prepare residents for permanent, autonomous living.

Transitional Housing Page

Permanent Housing

Permanent housing is enriched with supportive services, ensuring that veterans, families, and children have critical resources at their disposal to facilitate continued growth.

Permanent Housing Page

Supportive Services

Residents within any stage of our continuum are supported by an array of nurturing programs and services. These services are geared around increasing independence and self-sufficiency, bolstering the mission of the campus.

Campus Services Page

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CVC Hosts VA Town Hall featuring VA Secretary Robert McDonald!

On Thursday, September 17th CVC was proud to host a VA Town Hall on Homeless Veterans.  In addition to our honorable Mayor Robert Garcia, the program featured representatives from CVC, US VETS, LAHSA, the VA, the City of Los Angeles, and the Secretary of the VA, Robert McDonald. Secretary McDonald was nominated by President Obama and confirmed by the US Senate on July 29, 2014.  He delivered a message of hope and optimism about the VA and its legacy of excellence. Video from the event is linked here: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/73795025 Thank you to all those who attended and helped to orchestrate this very special

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2015 Villages at Cabrillo Social Impact Report Published!

We are pleased to announce that we’ve just published our 2015 Villages at Cabrillo Social Impact Report. This report captures the inspiring outcomes that occur within our growing neighborhood which features more than 20 service provider partners. The collaboration that takes place at CVC results in more sharing of resources, fewer redundancies, a stronger sense of community, and ultimately, better outcomes for our residents. It is our hope that the report will generate new interest and renewed stakeholder support for the campus and our partners. In turn, this additional support will help build capacity to deliver more value, creating a virtuous cycle and helping to ensure CVC’s long term sustainability

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Adopt-A-Camper Today!

We need your help to provide a summer enrichment program for school age children at the Villages at Cabrillo. Many residents at the Century Villages at Cabrillo have few options for their children once school is out. Traditional summer camps cost about $200 a week, which is out of reach for families who are currently homeless or have limited income. CVC’s Oasis Community Center is committed to providing our youth with opportunities for enrichment that other children in the community enjoy. With your help we will offer a Summer Camp to 30 children free of charge. We need your help to reach our goal of $3,000 which will allow 30

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Villages at Cabrillo featured at Continuums of Service Conference Workshop

On Friday, April 10th, CVC moderated a workshop at the Continuums of Service conference being held at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California entitled “Harnessing the Power of Collaboration to Address Homelessness.”  Highlighting the Public-Private-Educational collaborative model that is the Villages at Cabrillo, the workshop panel featured representatives from the City of Long Beach, Century Villages at Cabrillo, Cal State Dominguez Hills and Cal State Long Beach.  Thank you to our panelists and the many workshop attendees from across the country, including Canada, who learned about Long Beach’s “Collective Impact” approach to ending homelessness.  Click here to download the

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