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Posted on: March 13, 2017

American Red Cross Transfers Shelter Operations to City

The management of the shelter at Seven Trees Community Center transferred from the American Red Cross (ARC) to the City of San José’s Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services (PRNS) on Monday, March 6.  The ARC has been managing the shelter since it opened two weeks ago. Typically, ARC focuses on short term emergency operations and transitions it to a local organization within a two-week period.  PRNS has contracted with HomeFirst to manage the day-to-day operations of the shelter.  HomeFirst provides services, shelter, and housing opportunities for the homeless and those at risk of homelessness in Santa Clara County, including the Boccardo Reception Center, which is the county’s largest homeless services center.

 

During the past week, the Shelter at Seven Trees housed:

March 3:  178 residents

March 4:  168 residents

March 5:  184 residents

March 6:  164 residents

March 7:  157 residents

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