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Visit our Contact page for more information on our General Meetings, and Committees that are available for volunteering!

 

Winter Shelter

The 2018-19 winter season will mark Citrus Heights HART's Third Annual Winter Shelter. With the help of eight churches, HART will host guests every night for seven of the coldest weeks in winter. Guests receive a safe place to sleep, a warm meal, breakfast the next morning and the comfort of knowing someone cares.

A rotating emergency shelter program for Citrus Heights residents by the local faith-based community during the cold weather months. Dinner and to-go breakfast served; cot and sleeping bag, secure overnight storage for small items/bicycle. Open from December 30, 2018, to February 23, 2019. Citrus Heights Navigator available to give referrals and resources.

Intake Site

Messiah Lutheran Church

7801 Rosswood Drive

Citrus Heights, CA  95621

5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

No Loitering at Intake before 5PM  or after morning drop off

No pets, weapons, drugs or alcohol

Learn more about winter shelter ›


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STAND DOWN 2019

2019 Date Coming Soon

No Veteran Gets Left Behind

Location TBA

Annual Veterans Stand Down in Citrus Heights, produced by HART in conjunction with the CHPD, City of Citrus Heights, and Sacramento Self-Help Housing.

More about the STAND DOWN ›

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Student Connect 2019

September 29, 2018
11 AM - 3 PM

No Student Left Behind

Advent Lutheran Church
Citrus Heights, CA 95610

Student Connect in Citrus Heights, produced by Citrus Heights and Carmichael HART groups in conjunction with San Juan Unified School district, and many others.

More about Student Connect 2018

 
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The Navigator

In October of 2015, HART partnered with Sacramento Self-Help Housing to fund a navigator to serve in Citrus Heights. Toni, pictured left, is the navigator expected to connect Citrus Heights homeless with the services they need over the years to come.

More about the navigator ›

 

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