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Housing First Partner Badge

The Division of Homelessness and Whole Person Care has just launched a way to help support our mutual efforts to end homelessness in our community.

By placing this image—which we’re calling a “badge”—on your website and linking it to Marin HHS’s Housing First website,, we can raise awareness of our combined efforts to address homelessness and highlight your organization’s role in supporting this outcome. To obtain copies of the badge, please contact

What Is Marin County Doing About Homelessness?

Marin County is the biggest funder of homeless services in the county and is a leader in transforming the homeless system of care. We are proud to work across County departments, with the cities, and with our community partners to create a unified system to help house people and keep them housed.

Recent Updates

May 2022

  • 05/17/2022

    Ashley Hart McIntyre was honored at the YWCA's Annual Tribute to Women Awards on May 12th for her outstanding leadership in the County efforts to reduce chronic homelessness.

  • 05/16/2022

    Marin County releases results of 2022 Point in Time Count.

  • 05/11/2022

    The Marin County Council of Mayors and Councilmembers (MCCMC) and the Marin Managers Association (MMA) have released an RFP under the Community Homeless Fund to serve individuals and families, specifically in Marin County, who are experiencing homelessness. This RFP seeks proposals for services including Outreach and Engagement, Rapid Response, Intensive Case Management, Multi-Disciplinary Team, and Mobile Shower Services. Agencies can apply for as few as one or up to all these services in their response.

  • 05/09/2022

    April housing stats have been posted to the Data Dashboard. Thirteen additional people were housed last month for a total of 478 people housed in permanent supportive housing since October of 2017.

  • 05/06/2022

    On May 10, the Board of Supervisors will review three agreements about the site at 1251 South Eliseo Drive for the creation of 43 permanent supportive homes for people experiencing chronic homelessness. With the use of Project Homekey funding, the Larkspur site will be owned and operated by Episcopal Community Services in partnership with the County.

  • 05/05/2022

    In their Fresh Starts Culinary Academy, Homeward Bound of Marin is offering training to secure a job in the food industry! Most students qualify free of charge for this 10-week training which includes working with professional chefs and job placement assistance.

Marin County Supports
item190 Emergency Shelter Beds
item206 Permanent Supportive Housing Beds
item6 Full Service Partnerships
item 20+ Programs