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Posted on: November 16, 2019

Supporting Fremont’s Temporary Housing Navigation Center

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As part of the City of Fremont’s strategic approach to addressing the growing homeless crisis, the City is opening a temporary Housing Navigation Center (HNC) located in the rear parking lot of City Hall, 3300 Capitol Ave. The HNC is an innovative approach to help those experiencing homelessness find housing while providing a clean, safe, and calm environment so participants can focus on finding stable, permanent housing. The HNC is anticipated to open in mid-2020.

The temporary Housing Navigation Center aims to be a welcoming and private environment for the participants and an integrated part of Fremont’s new downtown. The City invites the community to be part of making the HNC a success; community members can support the HNC in a variety of ways including monetary donations, donating items from the HNC wish list, or volunteering on service days. All donations are tax-deductible. For more information and to make a donation visit our webpage.  

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