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Addressing Homelessness

The City of Visalia and our partners continue to work toward a comprehensive, but balanced approach, to help those experiencing homelessness and addressing the issues that have arisen.

Low Barrier Navigation Center

Once constructed, Visalia's Low Barrier Navigation Center will be located on approximately 2.5 acres of land at the southwest corner of Glendale Street and Court Street.

"Low Barrier Navigation Center" means a Housing First, low-barrier, service-enriched shelter focused on moving people into permanent housing. The Navigation Center will provide temporary living facilities while case managers connect residents to supportive services. Services will include employment training, public benefits, health services, substance abuse and mental health services and connections to permanent housing opportunities.

The Navigation Center is a project by TC Hope, Community Services Employment Training (CSET), Self-Help Enterprises and the City of Visalia, with the support of 18 different community partners.

Information & Resources




Here we share how we and our partners are working on pathways to change, healing, work and more that count.






More Information

For more information on these programs, contact City of Visalia Administration at (559) 713-4300.

Do you know someone who is at risk of homelessness or is experiencing homelessness? Find information and resources by calling 2-1-1 or get answers and get connected with 2-1-1 at

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