homeless to home

Community Revitalization

The Homeless Strategic Action Plan increases coordination, expands the impact of the County’s housing and homeless programs, and strengthens efforts amongst partners to make a collective impact. The Homeless Strategic Action Plan implementation will employ a data-driven approach to inform how best to allocate resources, services, and programs that improve the quality of life for those who live, work, and play in San Bernardino County.

Roadmap to Self-Sufficiency

Homeless to Home: A Roadmap to Self-Sufficiency, illustrates an array of wraparound services, programs, and housing options aimed at increasing self-sufficiency for individuals experiencing or at-risk of homelessness. It provides an overview of the continuum of services, supports, and shelter options, and the average duration for each of the 10 categories along the continuum. As the individual level of risk and utilization of services increases, so does the intensity of services and supports, from less support to more support. Each component across the Roadmap is delivered via a combination of contracted provider agencies, County departments, faith- and community-based organizations, municipalities, and/or community partners working together.

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At a Glance


Homeless adults and children counted
as homeless in San Bernardino County


Increase in unsheltered homelessness
between 2022 and 2023


Rise in overall homelessness across
the county between 2022 and 2023


Of unsheltered individuals were chronically homeless, defined as being homeless for one year or more and having a disabling condition such as mental illness, chronic health condition, and a physical disability or in-and-out of homelessness at least four times over a three year period.