A planned emergency shelter project of tiny homes for Butte County Behavioral Health clients
On 7/21/2020, in cooperation with the County of Butte Departments of Employment and Social Services and Behavioral Health, we were pleased to announce a new emergency shelter project in Chico, Everhart Village. This shelter is for very-low-income residents without housing who are clients of Behavioral Health and need a safe place to stay to recover and stay healthy. Referrals will come only from Behavioral Health. The county is working for this to open by early 2021.
We're excited about being able to help provide shelter for Behavioral Health clients who lack housing and we'll be working hard to raise the necessary funds to make this project a reality. The full press release from the county from 7/21/2020 is posted on our blog.