Rohnert Park DignityMoves

Labath Landing

In partnership with the The City of Rohnert Park and HomeFirst Services, we’re building private and dignified rooms for individuals experiencing homelessness. We need your support to bring this project to completion.

Project Overview

Our Impact

Until Labath Landing, there were no interim housing or shelter options within the City of Rohnert Park. Labath Landing will provide 60 dignified, private rooms for individuals and couples experiencing homelessness.

The unhoused population in the City has grown 5x since 2015.

Privacy and Dignity

This interim supportive housing community will be a place where people can come in out of the encampments and riverbed, restabilize, and begin down the path towards self-sufficiency. Each resident receives their own private room with doors that lock, so they can bring their pets and keep their belongings safe. Each unit features an ensuite bathroom, a desk to support their housing and job searches, and individually controlled heating and WiFi.

Labath Landing offers 60 private, dignified rooms enticing enough to attract even those who have resisted shelter placements in the past.

Onsite Supportive Services

HomeFirst Services, one of the leading homelessness services agencies in the Bay Area will be providing intensive case management and critical supportive services, as well as daily meals. Staff will work with the clients to address the root causes of homelessness. Staff will assist residents to obtain identification, enroll in Medi-Cal and other programs, and connect them to mental and behavioral healthcare. Case managers will connect them to job training and placement support. Most importantly the team will work tirelessly to help clients find sustainable housing.


HomeFirst services will provide 24/7 staffing trained in conflict de-escalation. All residents will be required to sign behavioral contracts and good neighbor agreements. There will be no loitering tolerated and walk-up services will not be provided and personal guests will not be allowed. HomeFirst Services prides itself on ensuring the surrounding neighborhood is clean and (insert another word). The surrounding area will soon notice a visible reduction in the number of people sleeping on the streets, as priority will be given to those who have been living within the City of Rohnert Park. Housing will be assigned through a centralized enrollment system in coordination with local outreach teams; There will be no walk-up admissions.

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Labath Landing FAQ

o   As a requirement of the program everyone must complete a housing plan

o   HomeFirst staff are specially trained to engage individuals who might be resistant to services.

o The average for similar programs is 6 months

o However, each person is unique and some may need more time, or less, to complete their housing plan and access permanent housing

o No set time limit, but everyone in the program is expected to be making some progress towards housing.

o No illegal drugs are allowed on site

o We will not do drug testing, but if someone is behaving unsafely we will address that behavior, regardless of whether or not they are intoxicated or high

o If there is an immediate threat to safety, we urge you to call 911.

o For non-emergency issues, HomeFirst will provide a phone number to call 24-hrs a day. We will share this number when we have it, closer to program opening.

o No, we will not discriminate based on criminal background

o We will have 24/7 skilled staff on site and behavior standards for program participants aimed at maintaining a safe environment for everyone

o HomeFirst will partner closely with Rohnert Park Public Safety and SAFE to maintain a safe environment

o We will have trained staff on-site 24 hrs per day

o Skilled in de-escalation, crisis prevention and intervention, partner closely with RP Public Safety and SAFE to maintain a safe environment

o Yes, however we will put measures in place to maintain a safe environment including not allowing children on site.

o Still developing our referral process

o Once we have definitive information we will communicate this with you

o We encourage individuals experiencing homelessness to work closely with their Outreach worker through HOST or UFO to access all services.

> HOST Contact: 707-978-8329

> Unsheltered Friends Outreach (UFO): 707-623-3922

Yes, but since the program does not serve children we would work with them to relocate to a program that serves children.

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