California Homelessness needs to be addressed. Half a million Americans sleep in the streets and shelters every night more than a quarter in California.
California has the means and the ways within reach to truly solve California homelessness
Over the past few years, steady innovation and several robust one-time investments have developed tools that can help anyone, especially California Homelessness problem.
To solve California Homelessness, the state needs two big but achievable things: ongoing yearly funding for proven solutions, and should sharing of those funds to support affordable housing.
California Homelessness is a top concern among voters and politicians alike, yet the state fails to provide ongoing funding in the annual budget for the solution of California Homelessness.
California Homelessness impacts people’s health
Compare this with health care, transportation, or education which can count on consistent funds each year. Imagine if educators had to go to Sacramento to request financial assistance to keep schools open every year. That’s what we request of our homeless response sector to solve California Homelessness.
Consistent funds permit providers to recruit and retain staff, deliver services at scale, and continue creating new homes. This could be the end of California Homelessness.