Home Stretch is part of Alameda County’s Office of Homeless Care and Coordination. The Home Stretch team are the matchers for permanent housing resources matched to through Coordinated Entry. This includes permanent supportive housing and other subsidized permanent housing opportunities for people who meet the HUD definition of Homelessness. People must also be over 18 or emancipated youth and Alameda County residents to be served by Alameda County’s Coordinated Entry System. Permanent supportive housing also requires that the head of household have a disability that meets the HUD definition. For more information about Home Stretch, please visit the link below.
The Home Stretch Housing Assistance Fund, managed by Alameda County Health Care Services Agency, was created to provide a flexible source of funding to help Alameda County eligible consumers and their families obtain and maintain long-term, stable housing of their choice. Eligible applicants must be working with a service provider who completes the application with the applicant and submits the application to the Home Stretch Housing Assistance Fund team. For more information about the Home Stretch Housing Assistance Fund, please visit the link below.