Tour the Mary and Jose Tamayo Village
Tamayo Village is a transitional housing opportunity for former foster youth and homeless young adults ages 18-24. For many, Tamayo Village is their first real home. Each resident has privacy and independence, yet is also able to access support when they feel they need it. Residents have private rooms, but share kitchen/dining, recreation, and computer lab areas.
Peer facility monitors provide security and stability, and a community meeting for residents is held every week. Young adults living at Tamayo Village must either be employed (or looking for work); in school (or seeking enrollment); or volunteering in the community. Bi-lingual services are available.
Tour the Mary & Jose Tamayo Village
When: Thursday, March 21, from 12pm to 1pm
Location: 1700 Yulupa Ave, Santa Rosa, Map
*Please note: if you are a young person looking to live at Tamayo Village, please contact Dot Iriks, Program Manager at (707) 528-7500 or email email@example.com.
Tour the Dr. James E Coffee Teen Shelter
Over 701 homeless kids will sleep on the streets of Sonoma County tonight. SAY Helps.
We shelter runaway and homeless youth at our 24/7 Dr. James E Coffee Teen Shelter, and we feed and support homeless youth in our Street Outreach Program. Last year, we sheltered over 100 kids and served 1,500 meals. Join us for a tour at our teen shelter and find out more about how we’re helping to reunite families.
Tour our Teen Shelter
When: Tuesday, March 19, from 12pm to 1pm
Location: 1243 Ripley St, Santa Rosa, Map