To that end, TLCS began operation in 1981 with a total of 3 employees.
Today, TLCS has more than 80 dedicated employees offering a full
array of transitional and permanent housing
to individuals with psychiatric disabilities.
Our supportive services
such as case management, entitlement advocacy, and life skills development
are tailored individually to the needs of the clients we serve.
TLCS currently provides services to more than 1,200 individuals annually.
Can anyone live in a TLCS Housing program?
Most TLCS housing programs are designed
for adults with psychiatric disabilities. Some of our housing
programs can also accommodate family members as well.
I have been in a TLCS Program before and
need help again. Can I receive assistance?
Yes. We encourage you to contact us if we can be of any help.
How much does it cost me to receive help?
The fees for TLCS’ Programs are dependent upon your
ability to pay. If you have no financial resources you are still
eligible to receive services.
I would like to work for TLCS but I have
been a client in the mental health system. Would TLCS still hire
TLCS values the diversity of backgrounds of individuals seeking
employment. Several individuals that have received services from
TLCS currently work here.
If I participate in a TLCS Program, is my
information kept confidential?
All information about you is kept strictly confidential—even
the fact that you requested and/or received services. Information
is only released with your authorization.
I have heard good things about the TLCS system
and would like to make a financial contribution. Who should I talk
Direct financial contributions, beneficiary designation, structured
trust payments, and in-kind service and product donations are all
welcome. If you would like to discuss a contribution to our organization
please contact Erin Johansen, Development Director at (916) 441-0123 Ext. 115 or click here to Donate.