The Fremont Housing Navigation Center (HNC) is proud to announce that in its first six months of operations, none of its participants have returned to homelessness. While operating under reduced capacity due to COVID-19, the HNC has served 44 individuals, 21 of which have transitioned into other housing arrangements while the rest actively participate in the program. Within the next six months, HNC is hopeful that occupancy will increase, possibly to its full capacity of 45 residents. You can read the full report by clicking the link below.
As part of the City of Fremont’s strategic approach to addressing the growing homeless crisis, in September 2020, the City opened a Housing Navigation Center (HNC). Located adjacent to City Hall buildings, 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 Housing Navigation Center is just one initiative underway in Fremont aimed to alleviate homelessness in Fremont, by helping participants find stable, permanent housing by providing a clean, safe, calm, and flexible environment while doing so.
Virtual Open House/Grand Opening Event
The Housing Navigation Center Virtual Open House/Grand Opening Event video launched on August 31, 2020 to celebrate the completion of construction. The video includes a tour of the HNC and is available to watch any time. Simply click on the video above and enjoy.