Guadalupe Interim Housing entrance & exit LiveMoves San Jose

Robert Smith, a program director of the LifeMoves site, gives Japantown Neighborhood Association (JNA) & other nearby neighborhood associations a public tour

Wider view of Guadalupe Interim Housing facility

Laundry Room (free) at the Guadalupe Interim Housing

Resident is just moving in today

There is a new interim (temporary) shelter for San Jose’s growing homeless population at the approximately $17 million Guadalupe Interim Housing (Guadalupe Parkway & Mission Street) created by LifeMoves. LifeMoves is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding solutions to homelessness in Silicon Valley. This is a facility for people who have been living in the homeless encampment near Guadalupe River & Spring Street in San Jose. This project is part of the Bridge Program, a project of the City of San Jose that hires homeless people to pick up trash. Residents of the shelter are told to follow rules such as daily welfare checks and weekly room checks. However, the staff is respectful to the residents. At the present time, there are 22 residents in the facility, with a future capacity of 96 residents. There is a community kitchen and laundry room on site. A case management office provides on-site services. The facility will have a friendly 16:1 staff to client ratio. In addition, residents will be offered employment with Goodwill and hopefully transition to permanent housing in the future.


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