By Shawnte Passmore

ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Could a one-stop concept solve homelessness in Placer County?

The Gathering Inn, an area group serving unhoused people, thinks so. It’s spearheading an effort to build a center called the Campus of Hope, which would be located at 4242 Cincinnati Avenue in the unincorporated Sunset Industrial Park area.

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Renderings show 240 micro-housing units for extremely low-income affordable housing to help families, seniors, veterans and individuals. There would also be 200 beds available and 50 unrestricted beds for police enforcing no-camping ordinances.

Organizers say the center will also provide support aimed at gaining independence and permanent housing. Services would include behavioral and health care, employment and even a beauty parlor, market and retail store.

Some people told CBS13 they support the idea but only with conditions.

“They need counseling because every single person that’s homeless has a problem and they have to individually be cared for,” said Ruth Ward of Rocklin.

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However, there are more than 5,000 online signatures opposing the idea.

Brian Cusick of Rocklin said opponents feel the project is “too big and not in the right location.”

Meanwhile, a county spokesperson told CBS13 this latest plan has not even gone before the board of supervisors.

The group did propose a similar concept in 2016, said Wendy Williams, director of communications and public affairs for the county. At the time, the board granted the Gathering Inn time to conduct a feasibility study but nothing happened.

So, why the push now? The organization’s CEO Keith Diedrich says there are new but “time-limited” grants to state and local government for such services.

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The Gathering Inn projects construction will cost $39 million and $10.8 million to operate a year.

Shawnte Passmore