For Residents

Residents are offered a wide variety of services and supports designed to build self-sufficiency, hope, and confidence.

During the initial months of residency, new residents are invited to develop personal goals in one or more of the following areas:

  • Financial and economic stability
  • Physical and emotional wellness
  • Children and family

Residents will be supported in accomplishing goals such as:

  • Connecting with a mental health care provider
  • Connecting with a primary medical care provider
  • Earning a high school diploma or GED
  • Enrolling in substance use treatment
  • Learning how to read
  • Navigating the criminal justice system
  • Obtaining a driver’s license
  • Obtaining a phone
  • Re-connecting with family and friends
  • Resolving credit score issues
  • Resolving issues related to child support
  • Securing ongoing housing subsidy support
  • Setting up a bank account
  • Seeking dental care and vision care
  • Signing up for health insurance
  • Seeking and securing employment
  • Signing up for a post office box

and much more.

On-Site Work Experience

Live Oak Apartments is a Work Experience site for CalWorks participants. Please contact our resident support staff if you are interested in earning CalWorks hours on-site.

Want to submit a self-referral to live here?

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Referrals for potential residents are primarily accepted through our community-based organizations (CBOs) and the Department of Social Services.

If you would like to submit a self-referral for consideration, please complete our self-referral form with the names and dates of birth of the members of your household, as well as a brief description of your need.

CBOs that are submitting referrals on behalf of clients must use the Resident Selection Process as described on our For Partners page.