West Valley Community Services Of Santa Clara County, Inc.

Transitional Housing
Cupertino, CA
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10104 Vista Drive
Cupertino, CA - 95014

(408) 255-8033 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one wvcs@wvcommunityservices.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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About West Valley Community Services Of Santa Clara County, Inc.

Nothing is more important than having a roof over your head, and the Haven to Home Program was created to provide supportive services and access to stable housing resources for homeless and chronically homeless individuals and families. Working closely with staff, clients secure permanent affordable housing, find and maintain employment, and work toward developing greater stability and independence.  The Rapid Rehousing Program helps individuals and families who are homeless move as quickly as possible into permanent housing and achieve housing stability through rental assistance and supportive services.

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