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PARTNERSHIPS

We work with companies, governments, nonprofits and other organizations to address complex challenges in Santa Barbara County. Our partners contribute more than money. Their expertise, ideas, volunteer power, in-kind support and more are helping build stronger communities.
 

MOUs For The Coordinated Entry System Between United Way and Partner Agencies 
Home For Good Santa Barbara County is the Lead Agency for the Coordinated Entry System, a no-wrong door, countywide system that engages and connects individuals and families experiencing homelessness to the optimal resources for their needs. We believe that everyone deserves a safe place to call home for good.
 
City Net
Good Samaritan Shelter 
Isla Vista Community Service District
New Beginnings Counseling Center 
PATH - Santa Barbara
Salvation Army, Hospitality House
Santa Ynez Valley People Helping People
WillBridge of Santa Barbara 
 

MOUs For The Coordinated Entry System Between Santa Barbara County and Partner Agencies 
City Net 
Good Samaritan
Housing Authority County of Santa Barbara
Housing Authority of City of Santa Barbara
Mental Wellness Center
New Beginnings 
PATH –Santa Barbara 
PathPoint
People Helping People
Salvation Army
Sanctuary Psychiatric Centers
Santa Barbara Community Housing Corporation
Santa Barbara County Behavioral Wellness
Santa Barbara County Public Health 
Santa Ynez Valley People Helping People
Sarah House
The Salvation Army, Hospitality House
United Way
Willbridge

MOUs Between United Way and Housing Authorities To Provide Homeless Verification Preferences  
Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara
Housing Authority of the County of Santa Barbara

Other MOUs Between United Way and Service Providers 
Saint John Neumann Catholic Church 
Showers of Blessing 

Home For Good Santa Barbara County AmeriCorps Partnership 
Santa Barbara County AmeriCorps Partnership For Veterans And People Experiencing Homelessness: The Santa Barbara County AmeriCorps Partnership is a program of the United Way NSBC and is administered by CaliforniaVolunteers and sponsored by the Corporation for National and Community Service. AmeriCorps members serve with the United Way and in agencies that help veterans and people experiencing homelessness obtain housing, employment, provide assistance to the formerly homeless and connect them to other mainstream services to increase self-sufficiency. 
 

AmeriCorps Partnership MOUS 
Common Ground Santa Barbara County (program of the United Way) 
Freedom Warming Centers 
Good Samaritan Shelter 
Home For Good Santa Barbara County (program of the United Way) 
City of Santa Barbara 
Mission United Santa Barbara County (program of the United Way) 
PATH – Santa Barbara 
Santa Barbara County Behavioral Wellness
Santa Barbara County Public Defender 
Santa Barbara County Sheriffs Department
Santa Barbara County Probation 
Sanctuary Psychiatric Centers
 

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