The City of Newport Beach, like all coastal cities in Southern California, has individuals who are currently experiencing homelessness due to a lack of affordable housing, employment, health and mental services, or have experienced life-changing events. The City has adopted a comprehensive approach to connecting these individuals with appropriate resources and housing.
For assistance with issues related to homelessness, please contact the City's
Homeless Coordinator Natalie Basmaciyan, 949-718-1991 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our contract partner, City Net, maintains a hotline number at (714) 451-6198, which people can call for themselves or others in need. City Net staff will respond within 48 hours to voicemail messages.
For immediate help in a crisis, please call the County’s Crisis Prevention Hotline at (877) 7-CRISIS or (877) 727-4747.
Click here for additional resources relate to homelessness.
For weekly updates on the City's efforts to address homelessness, sign up for the City Manager's "Insider's Guide" newsletter.
If you are looking to ways to help, please visit our "Good Giving" web page.