Who is Experiencing Homelessness in Elk Grove?

Many local residents have lost their job, their home, have become financially strained or have unstable family connections. They find themselves in a downward spiral that seems impossible to get out of without our help.

We are a 501c(3) non-profit organization;
100% of donations go directly toward providing services.
Tax ID# 46-4162394

Our newest transition home is almost ready for families

Thank you for your support, but remember we still need your assistance

This beautiful 7 bedroom house will be home for up to 3 families plus a house monitor. The unique configuration of this house is perfectly setup for each family to have 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. Our desire is to help these families get out of homelessness and back on their feet, but we need your help. It will cost $30,000 a year to operate this house, so your continued support would be greatly appreciated.

One of our goals is to help these families become self-sufficient and establish themselves back into being productive in society. The greatest need is for them to find gainful employment and begin building stable lives. If you have employment opportunities or job training that may help please contact us.


There are people living “on the street”, “living in a car” and “couch surfing” without a permanent place they call home.  Families with children are losing jobs and homes. They are the most rapidly growing population of the homeless in Elk Grove.


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There are over 450 homeless children within the Elk Grove Unified School District. HART works with the School District to assist them. The Elk Grove Food Bank serves approximately 2,700 people per month. Of those, the Food Bank provides food and services to about 100 homeless.


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Formed in 2010 to provide local services to the growing number of homeless in Elk Grove, our goal is to assist those experiencing homelessness in Elk Grove toward self-sufficiency and greater independence.


  • HELP to meet basic needs
  • ENCOURAGE movement out of homelessness
  • CONNECT to resources
  • MENTOR individuals
  • TEACH AND ASSIST with budgeting
  • AID in attaining gainful employment


Please take the time to watch the video to see how Elk Grove HART is working to reach those who are experiencing homelessness and aiding them to have greater independence and become self sufficient.

We are helping them to get back on their feet and to become productive members of society.

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Elk Grove WINter Sanctuary


As we see the temperatures drop we are reminded why we started this program.  

EG WINS is a joint effort with local churches to offer temporary, emergency shelter for homeless people in Elk Grove.  Each host church will provide up to 25 men, women, and families with a warm, dry place to sleep, a hot meal, and friendly companionship.

We would be interested in hearing from you or your church on how you might become involved.

Learn more about the Winter Sanctuary…

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We can use your time and talents to help us or you can support our efforts through your financial support.
  • Room for Rent (low cost) 
  • Free Temporary Housing 
  • Provide Storage Space (low cost) 
  • Provide Transportation 
  • Mentor Individuals 
  • Teach & assist with Budgeting 
  • Aid in Attaining Employment 
  • Handyman or Cleaning Jobs 
  • Hair Cuts 
  • Shower and/or laundry facilities
  • Bike Repair 
  • Car Repair 
  • Dental Services 
  • Counseling Services 
  • Veterinarian Services 
  • Monetary Donations for Living Assistance
Please contact us to find out how you can get involved.


Thanksgiving crafts at the Meadow House this morning. ... See MoreSee Less

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We LOVE Markofer Elementary! One of our families from the Meadow House was in a bike accident due to their faulty child carrier. Teacher Erin Tozi, led the campaign to buy a new one. Within one day Principal Gordon Blackwood met our family at the bike shop to make sure the bike was tuned up and safe for travel. ... See MoreSee Less

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