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Elk Grove was the first established HART Group and formed in 2010. 

Our goal is to assist those experiencing homelessness in Elk Grove toward self-sufficiency and greater independence.

Get Involved

Date: Bi-monthly meetings on Tuesday (in person)

Time: 4:00pm

Location: Elk Grove City Council Chambers

Elk Grove HART - Programs & Initiatives

OWL Cooperative

The Emergency Manager of the Elk Grove Police Department asked Elk Grove HART to collaborate and develop a warming center plan for winter weather. The outcome of that collaboration is the Elk Grove Overnight Warming Location (OWL) Cooperative, a network of city, service and faith-based organizations operating overnight warming centers for those who need it. Warming centers will open based on meeting weather thresholds from December 1, 2021 - April 30, 2022. HART is recruiting and will work as the liaison between the churches and the Emergency Manager. 


Elk Grove manages three transitional houses: Meadows House for families with children, Grace House for individuals and couples and the recently opened Moon Creek House, a home featuring 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and approximately 2,900 square feet of living space. The Moon Creek property is expected to serve primarily family households who are temporarily homeless and in need of up to twelve months of assistance.  Elk Grove HART also works with the city of Elk Grove to move clients from their transitional housing into permanent affordable housing.

Mentoring Program

Volunteers from Elk Grove HART participate in a Mentoring Program with their Transitional Housing clients.  Mentors provide support to clients and help them get connected and stay connected to resources and programs.


Help Elk Grove HART fund three transitional houses and their outreach services to unhoused neighbors by donating today!

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