Bridge to Home utilizes a comprehensive emergency through permanent housing service model with a housing first approach. At any given time, there are approximately 300 individuals experiencing homelessness who live in Santa Clarita. Many sleep in their cars or in encampments in the community’s riverbeds. Homelessness can happen to anyone and everyone’s story is different. Whether short-term or long-term, homelessness is solved by an individualized plan consisting of an integrated service model and a long-term approach that leads to permanent housing with ongoing supports as needed.
Bridge to Home, a non-profit 501 (c )(3) corporation, offers help for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the Santa Clarita Valley. Services are provided by experienced social service professionals and housing navigators in our Homeless Services Access Center and in the Drayton Street shelter. With space for 60 residents, the shelter is open 365/24/7. Staff and volunteers help our homeless neighbors access and retain housing by addressing the conditions and causes of homelessness. BTH served 1,040 individuals and housed 88 individuals and households in 2018-19.
Bridge to Home is funded through government contracts, grants from private foundations, and generous donations from individuals and businesses in the local community. The BTH operating budget for 2019 - 2020 is $2.5M.
Bridge to Home (BTH) is governed by an all-volunteer Santa Clarita Valley Board of Directors, with experience in finance, law, health care, mental health, community service, business, education, public service, and more. Nine committees provide support the through oversight of policy and outcomes.
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
23031 Drayton StreetSanta Clarita, CA91350
May 29, 2020
We are open and flexible, but seeking someone during our peak times from 6:00pm - 8:00pm Tuesday through Friday. However, let's discuss your schedule and make it work!