The City of Roseville aims to ensure every resident of Roseville has the opportunity to be housed. Roseville connects those in need to an array of homeless resources to support with restoring hope among the homeless/at-risk of homelessness population.

The City has taken a comprehensive and integrated approach to addressing homelessness that includes working with the County, agencies, nonprofits, and other organizations that provide services to address homelessness and provide affordable housing.

These efforts include understanding the resources needed to help those experiencing homelessness, implementing programs and services that help individuals and families move out of homelessness, identify what future funding/resources are needed for employing additional strategies that may further improve the homelessness issues facing the community, and analyzing the effectiveness of these efforts to ensure the programs and services are meeting the intended outcomes. 

Learn more about Roseville's approach to homelessness, court rulings pertaining to homelessness and other answers to frequently asked questions.

Getting Help

Connect to resources for housing, food, transportation, healthcare, and more at Placer County Coordinated Entry system by:

  • Dialing 211 or 833-DIAL211
  • Texting your zip code to 898211
  • Visiting 211Placer.org

You can download and print our Resource Card with the information below.

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