our Community Outreach Programs meet the evolving needs of our clients – wherever they are.
Clients receiving Community Outreach services from LifeMoves in 2019 including field, healthcare, and prevention programs
Clients receiving Healthcare for the Homeless services including insurance assisstance, care coordination, and medical transportation
COMMUNITY shelter Programs
LifeMoves provides prevention and supportive services to help families and individuals mitigate the trauma of experiencing homelessness and improve the chances of long-term stability, all provided outside the boundaries of a traditional shelter.
LifeMoves | Safe and Supportive Parking
LifeMoves Safe and Supportive RV Parking program provides a secure environment for families and individuals living in their oversized vehicles in Redwood City.
The program has up to 80 parking spaces for oversized motor homes and staff provide food, security, services, and intensive case management to help clients return to stable housing.
LifeMoves | Motel Voucher Program
The LifeMoves | Motel Voucher Program provides a stable, safe environment for families, individuals, and couples with high-risk factors of COVID-19.
Clients participating in the Motel Voucher Program receive case management and other supportive services to help them return to stable housing.
LifeMoves | Opportunity Services Center
The LifeMoves | Opportunity Services Center provides drop-in services for single adults including food, clothing, laundry/shower facilities, and case management.
33 Encina Avenue,
Palo Alto, CA 94301
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Donation Drop-off Hours:
Due to COVID-19, we are currently accepting donations of specific items by appointment only on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at our administrative offices in Menlo Park. Our list of needed donations can be found here.
LifeMoves | Upstream
The LifeMoves | Upstream program is a prevention program, born out of a partnership between LifeMoves and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI).
Upstream seeks to identify at-risk families with children in order to prevent them from ever experiencing the trauma of homelessness. Upstream is currently being piloted in two elementary schools in San Mateo County.
Outreach Programs are a critical component of the LifeMoves mission. By providing services and case management to unsheltered clients, we aim to help those who are most vulnerable receive care and start building a foundation for success.
Homeless Outreach Team
LifeMoves Homeless Outreach Team (HOT) works throughout San Mateo County to meet unsheltered clients wherever they are and provide services in the field.
HOT is the LifeMoves “boots on the ground” – spending every day canvassing the streets and known encampments to identify, build relationships, and assist unsheltered clients as needed.
Last year, HOT provided services to 318 individuals and of these clients, helped 109 individuals transition into either a shelter or stable housing.
Healthcare for the Homeless
The LifeMoves Healthcare for the Homeless program aims to improve clients’ access to healthcare services in San Mateo County.
This program is meant to identify and solve healthcare issues that often serve as a barrier to a client finding stable housing or shelter. The program consists of Care Coordinaters and Community Health Outreach Workers.
Care Coordinators help clients with eligibility and signing up for health insurance, coordinating care, and providing medical transportation.
Community Health Outreach Workers connect unsheltered, medically fragile clients with the San Mateo Medical Center Street Medicine Team to help them establish primary care, AOD treatment, and more.
Whole Person Care
The Whole Person Care program is a collaborative effort between LifeMoves and San Mateo Medical Center (SMMC).
The program aims to assist unsheltered, medically fragile individuals who have a high Emergency Room utilization.
The LifeMoves Whole Person Care team locates referrals from SMMC and connects clients with comprehensive health-based supportive services and case management.
LifeMoves partners with local hospitals to ensure medically fragile individuals are not discharged into homelessness. This program provides case management and connects Emergency Room patients with services and shelter so they can recover in a safe and stable environment.