Homeless Liaison Officer (HLO) Unit
While every police officer is trained in how to assist the homeless population, the HLO Unit has direct contact with Orange County Social Services and relationships with numerous support services that are critical to helping the homeless. They also have a Clinician from Orange County Mental Health with them, in their car police car, 4 days a week to help not only the homeless population in but also those suffering from mental health issues as well.
City Net has worked in north Orange County since 2014 to help thousands of homeless neighbors to obtain appropriate supportive services, including assistance in obtaining permanent housing, medical health treatment, mental health treatment, counseling, supervision, and other services essential for achieving independent living; housing stability case management; and access to other Federal, State, local, or private assistance available to assist homeless neighbors in obtaining housing stability.
Overall, more than 2,100 homeless neighbors have exited the streets (county-wide) through the collaborative efforts led by City Net and hundreds of regional service provider partners, with a retention rate of 93% after 12 months.
Looking for ways to help the homeless? Visit www.cityoffullerton.com/homeless and www.citynet.org for more information.
Need help? Email Outreach@CityNet.org or call City Net’s outreach line (714) 451-6198.
Need to contact a Homeless Liaison Officer?
HLO Supervisor - Sgt. Cicciarelli firstname.lastname@example.org