Asphalt repairs at the Redwood Family House in Redwood City. The shelter served nine homeless families each night.
New water heater at the Haven Family House in Menlo Park, a shelter for up to 23 homeless families.
Asphalt repairs at the Redwood Family House.
This page was updated on Aug. 8, 2016, with photographs from LifeMoves showing work authorized in the following staff report:
Important note: The following recommendation was approved by the Board of Supervisors on Dec. 15, 2015:
DISTRICT 4 (Supervisor Warren Slocum)
FY 2015-17 Measure A Request InnVision Shelter Network New roof for the Veterans Hoptel, heaters and roof repairs for Haven Family House, and asphalt repairs for the Redwood Family House $56,925 One-Time Grant
This is a $56,925 one-time request for grant monies will promote the health and comfort of homeless residents living in InnVision Shelter Network housing. The County Manager’s Office will work with InnVision Shelter Network staff on terms of the grant agreement for this one-time contribution. InnVision Shelter Network: InnVision Shelter Network is dedicated to helping homeless families and individuals across Silicon Valley and San Francisco Peninsula return to permanent housing and self-sufficiency.
InnVision Shelter Network (IVSN) is a leading provider of shelter/housing and supportive services in San Mateo County. IVSN provides interim and stabilization shelter, permanent supportive housing, outreach, rapid re-housing, and homelessness prevention services. Through community support—including financial contributions, in-kind donations, and volunteerism—IVSN empowers those in our community struggling with poverty and homelessness to gain valuable skills that lead to long term self-sufficiency.
1) InnVision Shelter Network’s Veteran’s Hoptel is located in East Palo Alto The Veterans Hoptel serves homeless veterans coming to the Bay Area for services at the Veteran Administration Medical Campuses in Menlo Park or Palo Alto. ($13,715 total).
2) InnVision Shelter Network’s Haven Family House is located in Menlo Park. The facility serves 23 homeless families each night, half of which are Veteran head-ofhouseholds. Haven requires 5 large hot water heaters at $5,000 each ($25,000) and $7,000 in roof repairs ($32,000 total).
3) The InnVision Shelter Network’s Redwood Family House in Redwood City. The facility serves 9 homeless families each night. It requires $8,500 in asphalt repairs ($8,500). The total request is for $54,215 + 5% contingency = $56,925. Total Measure A Request: $56,925 The release of funds will be contingent on the execution of a Grant Agreement providing for the County’s confirmation of the expenditure of funds during FY 2015-16 for the purposes stated herein.
Important note: This is a copy of the official report -- item 14 on the Board's agenda.