Hours, Address & Ages


Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat - Sun: Closed
422 E. Cota St
Santa Barbara CA, 93101
(805) 560-8250

*Please call to make an appointment

Young Adults
18-24 years old

Hotline: 1-866-HELP-TEEN

Staff & Board

Case Management

My Home provides intensive case management focused on housing stability, independent living skills, and personal wellbeing for young adults who are homeless or at risk for becoming homeless. 

Services include:

  • Housing linkages and support

  • Financial literacy

  • Educational support

  • Employment assistance

  • Skill development

  • Health & wellness referrals

  • Community engagement

  • Basic needs supplies 

Transitional Housing

​​​​​​​Through financial assistance and access to low-income housing units throughout Santa Barbara County, My Home provides transitional housing opportunities to young adults 18-24 years old who are currently or at imminent risk for experiencing homelessness.

Rental assistance includes:

  • Free transitional housing for up to 21 months

  • Rental assistance for up to 1 year

  • Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) assistance

  • Family Unification Program (FUP) assistance

  • Other subsidized housing programs

About My Home

My Home is a transitional-age program for youth 16-24 designed to reduce homelessness so youth have a safe place to live, a reliable system of support, a sense of purpose, and the self-sufficiency skills needed to live independently. The My Home program prevents homelessness for those that are at-risk and/or marginally housed and provides timely intervention for those currently homeless. Case management services are tailored to each clients unique circumstance, inherent strengths, and goals for the future. 

What began as a collaborative project with the Housing Authority of the City of Santa Barbara as an effort to provide low-income housing with supportive services for youth aging out of the foster system, has expanded into an independent program supporting all transient and marginalized youth throughout Santa Barbara County. We work closely with private landlords to secure safe housing options for youth while providing counseling, case management, and rental assistance to achieve a successful transition to independent living.

24 Hour Crisis Hotline: 1-866-HELP-TEEN



How You Can Help

Are you a landlord, or do you know a landlord or homeowner who is looking to lease an apartment or extra room? Identifying local landlords who are willing to collaborate with our program in efforts to house young adults is crucial to ending youth homelessness. We are committed to helping youth succeed while meeting all obligations specified in their lease agreement. If you have interest or would like to learn more, please click on the link below. Our Program Coordinator will contact you shortly. Together we can make a difference!

Landlord Interest Form