WCCS has housed its first four pre­vi­ous­ly home­less fam­i­lies in qual­i­ty used RVs in Sebastopol’s Park Vil­lage. Two addi­tion­al RV’s are now on site and already iden­ti­fied fam­i­lies or indi­vid­u­als will move in by mid-Novem­ber.

Park Vil­lage is a joint ven­ture with the City of Sebastopol, WCCS, and the Group of Advo­cates (a vol­un­tary orga­ni­za­tion con­cerned about the home­less). In this unique pro­gram, WCCS will place eight mobile liv­ing units in the Park to pro­vide homes for chron­i­cal­ly home­less fam­i­lies and indi­vid­u­als. The project is sup­port­ed by the City of Sebastopol and pri­vate donors. In addi­tion to the new liv­ing units, WCCS is pro­vid­ing case man­age­ment and sup­port­ive ser­vices to the 65 cur­rent extreme­ly low and very low income res­i­dents of the Park: con­nec­tions to employ­ment, health, edu­ca­tion, and will use its broad range of human ser­vices and part­ner­ships to increas­ing­ly inte­grate the park and its res­i­dents into the broad­er com­mu­ni­ty.