REPORT: How to Reduce Chronic Homelessness
Escape Routes: Meta-Analysis of Homelessness in L.A. APRIL 24, 2018 / BY DANIEL FLAMING, PATRICK BURNS AND JANE CARLEN; LA Economic Roundtable UNDERWRITER: THE CONRAD N. HILTON FOUNDATION Information from 26 datasets with records of Los Angeles County’s homeless residents was used for a first-of-its-kind meta-analysis that identifies interventions for reducing chronic homelessness. Read the report here.…
With near-freezing temperatures expected, Sacramento to open temporary warming centers
The predicted low on Friday and Saturday night is 34 degrees.
Sacramento will continue towing vehicles used by homeless, rejecting mayor’s proposal
Mayor Darrell Steinberg, Councilwoman Katie Valenzuela and Councilwoman Mai Vang spoke in support of the resolution.
A Witness to What Works: How the Alliance Impacts Communities
By Jenna Bolyarde, Alliance Consumer Advisory Board member. Their work has been incredibly valuable in the recognition and communication of successful problem-solving tactics to and from different communities across the U.S. From rural and suburban settings to the middle of […]
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‘We’re not trash.’ Rancho Cordova family with infant seeks help after RV is towed
The family was not told where the RV was taken or how to get it back.
With cold coming, city of Sacramento opening two homeless warming centers for two nights
The two buildings will provide a warm place to stay with snacks, water, and restroom facilities, the release said.
Sacramento orders more homeless people’s cars moved in the same area as a Monday sweep
“We have nowhere to disappear to,” homeless say as the city returns to North Sacramento to clear cars out.
Sacramento clears 160 vehicles used by homeless from business park. Are more sweeps coming?
The clearing could signal a change in the city responds to homeless vehicles.
Building Back Better for Homeless Women
By Suzette Shaw, Skid Row resident and Alliance Consumer Advisory Board member. How does “Build Back Better” mean for women who are being displaced into poverty and experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles? I have witnessed firsthand the systemic barriers that […]
Sacramento’s Mustard Seed school gives kids an oasis from homelessness
The school is taking Christmas donations in a variety of ways, if you want to help.
Be A Part of the Movement to End Homelessness
The number of people experiencing homelessness increased in January 2020 for the fourth year in a row, as did the number of unsheltered people and people chronically experiencing homelessness. The nation’s homeless response systems have spent decades developing a comprehensive […]