Homesafe consists of 24 units of co-housing for survivors of domestic violence, a childcare facility and a resident manager’s unit. The units are affordable to very low-income households. In Santa Clara County, the co-housing model has been shown to be conducive in giving women and their children both the privacy and the community they need to regain control of their lives when transitioning out of an unhealthy living environment. These units offer families an affordable living situation, informal community support, childcare and centralized access to services specifically for battered women and their children. This project is a collaborative effort between Charities Housing (developer), InnVision the Way Home (operator), and Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence (service provider).