Assistant Community Development Director
Housing & Human Services Manager
Housing Programs Manager
Human Services Programs Manager
Livermore, CA 94550
CA Relay: Call 711
(925) 960-4419 fax
Monday to Friday
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Closed on Holidays
The mission of the Housing and Human Services Division (HHS) is to produce, preserve, and support affordable housing to help low-income, homeless, senior and disabled Livermore residents. HHS also administers contracts with community organizations to assist low-income residents to obtain necessary services for children and youth, singles and families, seniors, and those who have special needs.
2019 Tri-Valley Grant Application Workshops for information please click here.
The City provides housing assistance programs to very-low up to moderate-income renters, homebuyers, and homeowners in Livermore to support and enhance our community. For more information, please visit the Housing page.
The City’s Multi-Service Center is a one-stop facility where Livermore and Tri-Valley residents can access services from a variety of public agencies, regardless of their economic or cultural background. Spanish: Centro de Servicio Humanos de la Ciudad de Livermore.
If you would like to report homeless activity in Livermore, please click here.
The Homeless Survey Report provides information about the homeless population residing in encampments in Livermore (based on a survey taken in October 2015) to facilitate the provision of program resources for homeless persons and families.
If you're in need of other services not available in the Multi-Service Center, please refer to the Human Services Pocket Guide. Spanish: Guia Para los Servicios Humanos
View the January 23, 2017 Human Services Commission's Annual Update to the City Council.
The 2011 Tri-Valley Human Services Needs Assessment is a report that reviews current human services, identifies gaps in services, and addresses opportunities for improving services in the Tri-Valley.
The City's Path to Picasso program worked with artistic Livermore youth ages 14 to 18, including those who had been expelled from school due to tagging or other forms of graffiti. The program matched local professional artists who taught participants how to create more socially accepted methods of presenting their art. View examples of past artwork.