what we offer
Transformation happens within the context of community and healthy relationships. Guests are welcomed to The Gathering Inn, and begin their journey out of homelessness. The TGI team offers acceptance, security, and encouragement. Lives are impacted and joy is shared.
The Gathering Inn offers two emergency shelters. These programs invite individuals to participate as guests in this life changing resource. Guests are not only offeres meals and a safe place to sleep, but they also gain resources that equip them to move from homelessness to sustainable housing. These resources include individualized case management, resource navigation, mental health clinicians, life skills classes, addiction recovery classes, and a clothing closet.
The South Placer Emergency Shelter is a nomadic shelter located in Roseville. This shelter welcomes individuals as well as families. Partnerships with churches throughout Placer County make this uniquely special program possible by treating guests to a meal and a safe place to sleep. This is all provided in an atmosphere of encouragement, connection, and security. During the day, guests are provided with resources that meet their basic needs, encourage growth, and foster accountability. Additionally, a medical and a dental clinic are available on site weekly to serve our guests.
The Mid Placer Emergency Shelter located in Auburn welcomes guests to a safe and secure campus where structure and trust-based relationships encourage growth and new beginnings. This program is made possible by dedicated community Serve Partners who prepare meals in our mobile kitchen and demonstrate kindness to our guests daily. With their support, along with The Gathering Inn’s mission-driven team and comprehensive programs, lives are empowered to achieve sustainable housing.
The Gathering Inn’s Permanent Supportive Housing Program provides long-term supportive housing to those who are most vulnerable. The program consists of 7 homes located throughout Placer County. Residents are paired with case managers who help navigate community resources and encourage individualized growth. Self-dependence is cultivated through life skills education and accountability within a community setting.
“I LIKE MAKING PEOPLE FEEL LOVED AND CARED ABOUT. THIS (CLINIC) IS A WAY TO DO IT.”