The purpose of the Housing Navigation Center
is to help address the City’s homeless crisis.

The 2019 Homeless Point-in-Time Count revealed that the homeless population in Fremont increased by 27% since 2017. Of the 608 homeless counted in Fremont, 485 are without shelter. The housing navigation center will provide homeless in Fremont shelter and a path to securing permanent housing. 

Dig into the details

Learn more about how a Navigation Center works, who it serves, and the schedule to make it happen


The City of Fremont’s Frequently Asked Questions document answers many questions

In the Press

Read about Navigation Center success in other cities, and coverage of Fremont Community Outreach workshops


Help unite our community and neighbors, both in person and online

Attend & Support

Celebration and Next Steps Party

Wednesday, September 25, 6-8 pm
Niles Discovery Church

Community Food Drive

We will be holding a Community Food Drive to benefit Tri-City Volunteers. Supporters, please bring items to our upcoming events!