The Contra Costa Philip Dorn Respite Center is a 26 bed stand-alone facility that is open 365 days per year, 24/7. Program participants have dorm or limited private accommodations, medical and psychiatric services and follow-up, meals, case management, benefits and housing assistance.
The Recuperative Care Center (RCC) is a 12-bed, 24-hour shelter-based medical respite program, with an average length of stay of 30 days. The RCC is managed by the County of Santa Cruz Health Services Agency’s Homeless Persons’ Health Project (HPHP), and a community nonprofit agency, the Homeless Services Center (HSC). The RCC provides support for recently hospitalized patients that are homeless, and no longer require in-patient hospital care, or SNF level recovery.
WellSpace health leads a collaboration of the hospital systems in Sacramento, community based organization and the county government–all whom have come together to create a short term lay in respite care program for patients discharging from a hospital who are experiencing homelessness. Thousands of patients have been served in this innovative program that has been replicated by other communities and has received statewide and national attention.
Montgomery Street Inn Veterans Medical Respite Program is part of LifeMoves (formerly InnVision Shelter Network). It is located on downtown San Jose. MSI Medical Respite is an eight bed shelter-based program. It is designed to provide a temporary housing to homeless veterans with acute or chronic medical issues.
National Health Foundation Recuperative Care offers healthcare providers a safe place to discharge homeless patients when they no longer require hospitalization but still need to heal from an illness or injury. Our facilities allow individuals to continue their recovery and receive treatment for minor illnesses while case managers facilitate access to primary care, behavioral health services and other supportive social services, such as transportation, food and housing.