Partners & PCC Members

Resident Services Programs
HCV FSS - PH ROSS - S8 PB - T-CAC

PARTNERSHIPS OF THE HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA BARBARA

To view, download, or print a formatted version of the Partnerships of HASBARCO (which includes all content as listed below), click here. 

*MOU/MOA = Memorandum of Understanding or Agreement
**SOC = Statement of Commitment to the Program Coordinating Committee

  1. Alliance for Pharmaceutical Access (APA)
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referals
  2. Allan Hancock College
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  3. American Red Cross
    • Accepts Referrals
  4. Be Well (Alcohol Drugs & Mental Health Services)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  5. Boys and Girls Clubs of SMV
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  6. CAC ( Community Action Commission)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • Accepts Referrals
  7. Cal Fresh - Food Stamps
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  8. Catholic Charities
    • Accepts Referrals
  9. CCLC (Central Coast Literacy Council)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • Accepts Referrals
  10. CET (Center for Employment Training)
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  11. CHC (Community Health Centers)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  12. Christ Lutheran Church / Trinity Lutheran Church
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  13. Comcast Internet Essentials
    • Accepts Referrals
  14. (CPC) Community Partners in Caring
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  15. DVS (Domestic Violence Solutions)
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  16. EDD (Employment Development Department)
    • Accepts Referrals
  17. FSA (Family Service Agency)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  18. Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  19. Food Bank of Santa Barbara County
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  20. Generations On-line (GOL)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • Accepts Referrals
  21. Good Samaritan Services Inc.
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  22. Goodwill Industries
    • Accepts Referrals
  23. Light and Life Church
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  24. Lompoc Valley Medical Center
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  25. Marian Medical / Dignity Health
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  26. Noor Clinics
    • Accepts Referrals
  27. Planned Parenthood
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  28. Rabobank
    • Accepts Referrals
  29. Salvation Army
    • Accepts Referrals
  30. Santa Barbara County Public Health Department
    • *MOU/MOA
    • Accepts Referrals
  31. Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  32. Santa Maria Police Department
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  33. Santa Ynez Tribal Health Clinic
    • Accepts Referrals
  34. SER Jobs for Progress, Inc.
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  35. SYVPHP (Santa Ynez Valley People Helping People)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • Accepts Referrals
  36. Senior Connection Resources (HI-CAP)
    • Accepts Referrals
  37. (TMHA) Transitions Mental Health Association
    • *MOU/MOA
    • Accepts Referrals
  38. Tri-Counties Regional Center
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  39. United Way of Northern Santa Barbara County
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  40. (VCCDC) Ventura County Community Development
    • Accepts Referrals
  41. VNHC (Visiting Nurse and Hospice Care)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  42. Workforce Investment Board - WRC / WIA (KRA)
    • Accepts Referrals
  43. YMCA Channel Islands (Lompoc Valley)
    • *MOU/MOA
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
  44. YMCA (Santa Maria Valley)
    • **SOC
    • Accepts Referrals
Updated 2/2017

Community PartnersPartnerships & PCC

To accomplish the goals of the Resident Services Program, we partner with numerous local community organizations, government affiliates, and business associates that will best serve the needs expressed by housing clientele.

Community partners have come together to form an organization known as the HASBARCO Program Coordinating Committee, or PCC. The PCC consists of Partners that have dedicated resources to assist housing clientele. These partners also attend regular meetings with the Housing Authority, review successes, address relevant issues, plan events, and adjust services as necessary. The PCC contributes to the overall success and direction of the Resident Services Program.

PCC members generally provide services on-site at various Housing Authority Complexes throughout the countywide jurisdiction of the agency, but not all services are equally available in all areas.  Most PCC sponsored services are available at NO COST to the client, providing the client enrolls in the HASBARCO Resident Services Program and receives a written Resident Services Referral to the service provider. Partners may provide services on site, via the internet, or from their own offices. Not all Partners are members of the PCC, but they will accept written referrals from Resident Services on a clients behalf.

Meet our Partners & PCC Members

Invitation to Prospective Partners

The Resident Services Program is continuously seeking additional services and resources to meet the needs of the clientele we serve. If your organization or affiliate serves a targeted clientele of low-income families or individuals that you believe could benefit from a service or activity that you are willing to provide at little, (or preferably), no cost to the client, please take a moment to consider becoming a Partner and/or PCC Member. You may select to submit either your signed PCC Statement of Commitment, or a Service Activity Application. If you are still in doubt, please contact the Resident Services Coordinator for further discussion by calling 805-925-4393 ext. 3300. We look forward to hearing from you, and greatly appreciate your time and consideration toward a potential partnership!

(All prospective partnership requests remain subject to the approval of the Housing Authority of the County of Santa Barbara, and the HASBARCO Program Coordinating Committee).

Housing Authority of the County of Santa Barbara Resident Services (PCC) Program Coordinating Committee

PCC Mission Statement

The HASBARCO Resident Services Program Coordinating Committee is founded on the belief that we shall promote the development of local strategies to coordinate the use of assistance under self-sufficiency programs with public and private resources, which will enable participating families to increase earned income, and financial literacy, reduce or eliminate the need for welfare assistance, and assist the elderly and/or disabled to maintain their independence and age in place.

Our mission is to provide HASBARCO assisted renters with linkages to supportive services on a regular, ongoing, and satisfactory basis, and coordinate services between programs for the same geographic area or the same population.
In carrying out our mission for all participating families we are committed to: 

  • Leveraging shared resources
  • Avoiding duplication of services
  • Improving access to services
  • Improving the delivery of services
  • Increasing economic independence
  • Improving the quality of life
PCC Statement of Commitment Form
Service Activity Application