The City of Roseville aims to ensure everyone has the opportunity to be housed. Roseville connects those in need to an array of homeless resources to support with restoring hope among the homeless/at-risk of homelessness population.

Strong communication between the City’s Housing Division, Roseville Police, Roseville Parks and Recreation, and partnerships with local non-profits and Placer County makes for an effective, collaborative approach to address the needs of the unsheltered and the concerns of the community.

Connect to resources for housing, food, transportation, healthcare, and more at Placer County Coordinated Entry system by:

  • Dialing 211 or 833-DIAL211
  • Texting your zip code to 898211
  • Visiting
Please call the Roseville Police non-emergency line at 916-774-5000 to report issues you are concerned about involving homelessness in Roseville.

The information reported helps the City not only to respond but also to track data and gauge the magnitude and types of issues related to homelessness and its effect on individuals and the community. This allows us to more effectively coordinate resources with other city departments, government agencies, and non-profits to address the needs in our city. 

You can download and print our Resource Card with the information below.

How you can help

Our Roseville Homeless Response Team consists of several area non-profits, the Roseville Police Social Services Unit and other City services.

Area non-profits:

  • AMIH Housing
  • Apartment Managers
  • Regional Housing Coordinators
  • The Gathering Inn (TGI) South Placer
  • The Gathering Inn (TGI) Mid-Placer
  • KidsFirst
  • Placer County Probation
  • Roseville HomeStart by VOA
  • Roseville Housing Authority (RHA)
  • Salvation Army Roseville
  • Roseville Police - Social Services Unit (SSU)
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Stand Up Placer (SUP)
  • Volunteers of America (VOA) 


  • Homeless Prevention and Rapid Rehousing
  • Housing Choice Vouchers

Roseville Police - Social Services Unit (SSU) uses a
balanced approach of services and enforcement,
with the following team:

  • Problem-oriented policing (POP) officers
  • Sergeant for the unit
  • Mental Health Clinician
  • Outreach workers
  • Placer County Probation
  • Family Mobile Unit
  • Mental Health Crisis Team

City Internal Homeless Team:

  • City Attorney’s Office
  • Public Affairs and Communications
  • Housing Division
  • Parks & Open Space
  • Social Services Unit

Download a printable copy of the graphics below.

Homeless Count 2020 Homelessness


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