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If you are...

Experiencing homelessness
At risk of becoming homeless
Currently unstably housed

THE GATHERING INN
WELCOMES YOU TO A NEW BEGINNING

The Gathering Inn is here to support residents of Placer County that are at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness. TGI has a number of ways to help you. Guests of our emergency housing program are helped with not only finding the barriers, but also with overcoming the barriers in order to achieve sustainable housing. Our comprehensive approach includes individualized case management and integrated support services.

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how to access overnight shelter

the gathering inn offers
two emergency housing programs

The Gathering Inn is here to support residents of Placer County that are at risk of or currently experiencing homelessness. TGI has a number of ways to help you.Guests of our emergency housing program are helped with not only finding the barriers, but also with overcoming the barriers in order to achieve sustainable housing. Our comprehensive approach includes individualized case management and integrated support services.

IF YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW NEEDS EMERGENCY SHELTER

Step 1

call 211- receive a referral

The Gathering Inn is part of an integrated coordinated entry program that needs to be used to obtain services with us.

Please call 211 a toll-free, 24/7 phone number to access services and receive a referral.

Step 2

call the gathering inn

Roseville, CA: 
(916) 791-5011

Roseville accepts individuals over 18 and families with minors.

Auburn, CA: 
(916) 791-5011

Auburn accepts individuals over 18.

To be eligible for TGI overnight shelter, you must: 
  • Prove Placer County residency 
  • Proof of Placer County benefits (CalFresh, MediCal, CalWorks)
  • Driver’s license or identification card with Placer County address (must be a physical address, not a PO Box) 
  • Utility bill from the past 30 days for a Placer County residence 
  • Assigned probation or parole through Placer County 
  • Not be a registered sex offender 
  • Be able to pass a drug and alcohol test 
Step 3

arrive for your stay

If a bed is available, you must arrive at the assigned shelter in order to ensure your bed is available.

If a bed is not available, you will be placed on a wait list and contacted as soon as one becomes available.

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Step 1

call 211- receive a referral

The Gathering Inn is part of an integrated coordinated entry program that needs to be used to obtain services with us.

Please call 211 a toll-free, 24/7 phone number to access services and receive a referral.

Step 2

call the gathering inn

Roseville, CA: 
(916) 791-5011

Roseville accepts individuals over 18 and families with minors.

Auburn, CA: 
(916) 791-5011

Auburn accepts individuals over 18.

To be eligible for TGI overnight shelter, you must: 
  • Prove Placer County residency 
  • Proof of Placer County benefits (CalFresh, MediCal, CalWorks)
  • Driver’s license or identification card with Placer County address (must be a physical address, not a PO Box) 
  • Utility bill from the past 30 days for a Placer County residence 
  • Assigned probation or parole through Placer County 
  • Not be a registered sex offender 
  • Be able to pass a drug and alcohol test 
Step 3

arrive for your stay

If a bed is available, you must arrive at the assigned shelter in order to ensure your bed is available.

If a bed is not available, you will be placed on a wait list and contacted as soon as one becomes available.

stories

Jason

They saw something in me

Jason explained, “I wasn’t really living. I was just letting myself be taken over by the streets. There was just no escaping it.”

Charity

My most important walk

“After falling asleep behind a bush and getting drenched by the sprinklers in the middle of the night, I decided my life hit the very depths of rock bottom.”

Marvin

The happiest of goodbyes

It was with a sense of excitement that our 76-year-old guest Marvin left the familiarity of The Gathering Inn. Although Marvin left our gates many times before, this time was different.