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Advisory lifted for Phillips66 Refinery fire

Last updated: 5 p.m. Sunday, August 2, 2015

The fire at Phillips 66 Refinery in Rodeo is out and the Public Health Advisory for people with respiratory sensitivities has been lifted. A health advisory was issued because the incident could have affected people with respiratory sensitivities.

Permanent Supportive Housing


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The Contra Costa County Homeless Program is not currently accepting applications for our Permanent Supportive Housing programs and does not maintain a wait-list. Updates on future vacancies and information on how to apply will be available here on our website, so please visit back often.

What is Permanent Supportive Housing?

Permanent Supportive Housing combines voluntary, flexible support services with housing to help adults with disabilities choose, obtain, and keep a place to live that is decent, affordable, and safe. Central to the program is the idea that people with disabilities should have the right to live in a home of their own, without any special rules or service requirements.

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For permanent housing options for youth ages 18-24, see Permanent Connections.
For our latest consumer satisfaction survey results, see Survey Results.