Providing A Home

The ultimate goal of Seed House Project is to enable our clients to obtain and maintain permanent housing, and to become self-sufficient.

We participate in 24 hour case management services, which includes determination and documentation of homelessness and entry point assessment.  A comprehensive assessment is later provided to determine the client’s medical, mental, psychosocial, and emotional health; substance abuse, domestic violence, education, and employment history; housing readiness; and legal and financial strengths and needs.

We provide bus tokens at no cost to residents for case management, job search/related, and medical/non-medical emergency referrals.  We work with our community partners to facilitate transformation, and to ensure a continuum of care that set our clients up for success with access to all the supportive services they might require.

Our approach expands opportunities for residents. Finding affordable, safe, and stable housing is critical for these youth as they transition out of homelessness and we fill the housing gap for these young adults.

We provide our residents with a drug and alcohol free environment that encourages continuing education, self-esteem, and spiritual growth.


Seed House Project recently expanded to purchase our first housing facility called since 2017 operates Cameron house, a transitional home in Burbank that provides housing for nine TAY members. We seek to expand our model and the number of houses we operate as we grow over the next three years.