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New Study Illustrates the Importance of Re-Housing Individuals and Families

It costs more than $520 million each year to provide services to the individuals and families in Santa Clara County who do not have a home, a new study commissioned by our partners found. The report, published jointly by Santa Clara County and Destination:Home, found the county would realize considerable savings if it worked aggressively to re-house individuals and families.

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"What a blessing. I thank God every day. When I come home, it's just a great feeling. I now have a front door, and I can lock it!" - Annette

Abode Services and Partners Break Ground On New Housing for Veterans and Families

Laguna Commons is an innovative supportive housing community that will provide 64 homes for low and very low-income individuals and families in the heart of Fremont’s Irvington District. It is the result of a visionary partnership between the City of Fremont, Alameda County, Abode Services, and MidPen Housing.

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