Hope Cooperative - aka TLCS

Hope Cooperative - aka TLCS

Non Profit

Website: https://hopecoop.org

 (916) 441-0123

 (916) 441-6893

 650 Howe Ave., Bldg 400-A, Sacramento, CA 95825

Everyone deserves the support they need to realize their hopes and dreams. Mental health challenges should not create a barrier to having a permanent, safe and affordable place to call home.

Hope Cooperative has been providing mental health and supportive housing service for people with mental health challenges for nearly 40 years in Sacramento County. We provide a full array of services including intensive case management, permanent supportive housing, life skills education, psychiatric services, therapy, residential support services, opportunities for social connections and meaningful activities and crisis intervention for over 6,600 people in our community. Many of our clients are homeless when they begin their Hope Cooperative journey. Our 215 dedicated and compassionate employees are committed to culturally sensitive services that support clients on their path to self-sufficiency. We provide interim and permanent supportive housing, and a variety of case management programs for people who are homeless, at risk for homelessness and have a severe and persistent mental illness.

Founded in 1981 under the name TLCS, Hope Cooperative has grown to become a leader in providing new and innovative housing and supportive services to Sacramento’s mental health community. Hope Cooperative owns or operates seven different residential facilities with over 240 beds. As a client-driven organization, Hope Cooperative is dedicated to the independence and empowerment of individuals with psychiatric and other disabilities. We work in partnerships that support recovery and expand choices. Hope Cooperative has created a range of exemplary housing options in this county. These housing options create a number of different programs, which creatively use diverse funding sources to maximize the number of housing options available in the community. Hope Cooperative was recognized as the 2015 Sacramento Housing Alliance Social Justice award winner, and is the 2019 Bank of America Neighborhood Builder. Our case managers work closely with each client to offer encouragement, support and specific skills to break the cycle of homelessness and engage the client with a variety of community supports.