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HOUSING CLAREMONT

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Housing Claremont serves our community by identifying needs for affordable housing and homeless services, and supporting, advocating, and coordinating programs to mitigate these needs.

We seek to contribute to alleviating housing shortages for low and very low-income residents through coordinating the development and funding of new and redeveloped housing; educating the community about housing and homelessness; and working as a local and regional advocate for these issues.

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Upcoming Events

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Past Events

Housing Claremont thanks the Claremont United Church of Christ and the expert panel representing USC’s Homeless Policy Research Institute, the City of Pasadena’s Department of Housing, and United Way’s Everyone In campaign for the May 4, 2022 educational forum on Housing First and Permanent Supportive Housing. Thanks to nearly 70 community members who joined us in-person and online to learn more about Claremont’s duty to be a solution to the crisis of homelessness.

You may watch the one-hour recorded event below or follow this link: https://vimeo.com/706415531.

Recent News & Information

Larkin Place – Misinformation vs. truth

Download PDF   MISINFORMATION Larkin Place is for people with the most severe drug addictions and mental illnesses. TRUTH Larkin Place is for people who have experienced homelessness for a

Housing Myths & Facts

MYTH: Supportive housing is another name for drug treatment.  FACT: Supportive housing (or Permanent Supportive Housing) is an evidence-based housing model used throughout the country that combines housing with voluntary onsite services. Tenants

ADU 101: Accessory Dwelling Units in Claremont

Join representatives from Housing Claremont and the City of Claremont for a panel discussion and Q&A about the benefits of, opportunities for, and process to create an Accessory Dwelling Unit.

Housing Ends Homelessness!Support the Larkin Place Development