DignityMoves in Thousand Oaks

We're Ending Homelessness
in Thousand Oaks

In December 2022, DignityMoves, Many Mansions, and Hope the Mission were selected by unanimous vote of Thousand Oaks’ City Council to build the city’s first interim housing community. Planning is well underway with an anticipated groundbreaking in February 2024. The individuals served at this site will have the opportunity to ultimately relocate to permanent housing operated by Many Mansions or others, and services provided by Hope the Mission will help ensure their success.



Transforming Response to Homelessness in Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks

DignityMoves and the City of Thousand Oaks are embarking on a public-private partnership to build the city’s first interim housing community. The community will initially feature 30 units with plans to expand to 50 total units.

The key elements of the site, which were thoughtfully arranged to accommodate the clients and the service team, include a communal dining area, office space for staff, private meeting spaces for clients and service providers, laundry facilities, shower/bath stalls, staff restroom, social areas (green space), dog run, bike racks, parking, storage for site and client supplies, and landscaping.


Hope of the Mission will provide site supervision, security, meals, supportive services, and expected maintenance needs.

Need Help?

If you or someone you know is currently experiencing homelessness in Thousand Oaks and would like to be put on the waitlist for housing in our community, please contact the team at Hope the Mission at: (818) 392-0020. DignityMoves does not manage referrals for this community.

Ending unsheltered homelessness can be done.

A fast, cost-effective way to build housing at SCALE that is dignified and private so that people are willing to come, where they can then get the intensive supportive services they need.