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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

September 2022

  • 09/12/2022

    On behalf of Marin HHS and RxSafe Marin, please join on Thursday (9/15) at 6:15pm, for a Women in Recovery film screening and Q&A event and a brief optional Narcan training. Register here!

  • 09/07/2022

    New HOPE HOME study found higher mortality among older homeless adults compared to similar age adults in Oakland. Find an article and infographic about the research.

  • 09/07/2022

    Find the updated countywide housing and homelessness statistics on our Data Dashboard.

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, https://housingfirst.marinhhs.org, 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 marinwpcquestions@marincounty.org.


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