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EBH The Grove

The Grove is a tiny-cabin community, providing emergency bridge housing for transitional age youth (TAY) ages 18-24. The Grove goes beyond providing shelter, it embodies a comprehensive program that empowers and uplifts young individuals. We work in partnership with SHRA, as well as the pastor of St. Paul's Church of God in Christ. 

Referrals

Referrals to The Grove can be accessed by calling 2-1-1 or emailing info@211sacramento.org.

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Service Highlights

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Our dedicated on-site Case Managers assess individual needs and connect clients with vital services such as mental health, AOD support, and medical care. They also provide assistance with employment, financial management, and housing tailored to each person's unique situation. Clients are wrapped in services that offer support beyond the program to promote lasting independence.

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In collaboration with Life Practice Counseling, we proudly offer on-site therapy sessions, recognizing the challenges clients often encounter in accessing sufficient mental health support. Our clients have the valuable opportunity to engage in weekly 50-minute sessions with a Licensed therapist, all within a private and dedicated space on our premises.

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The Grove offers a Rapid Re-housing Program, extending support to clients for up to a year, including rental subsidies and ongoing case management services after they leave the shelter. Collaborating closely with case managers, clients co-create personalized plans that outline specific goals and expectations, which must be met for enrollment eligibility. This extension of support has proven vital for fostering continued growth and paving the way for lasting success.

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Our team of case managers lead weekly group sessions centered on employment, life skills, and creativity. Additionally, we provide a comprehensive Ready to Rent 6-week class to facilitate successful housing transitions. We also host weekly on-site NA meetings. Our primary goal is to foster safe spaces that promote both community building and healing.

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