A new outreach plan will provide shelter and assistance to thousands of homeless people in Sacramento County following complaints.
New Outreach Plan Will Get Rid of Thousands of Homeless Wandering in Sacramento County
Under the budget bill last year, a new outreach plan will spend $1 million to get rid of thousands of homeless people wandering around Sacramento County following complaints.
According to reports from CBS News, there were several complaints filed against the homeless people, some of whom have mental health problems, who wander around and disturb others or sleep in tents around the park, leading to the introduction of the new outreach plan.
Sacramento County New Outreach Plan Receives Mixed Reactions Despite Aims to Provide Shelter and Assistance to Several Homeless People
While some people supported the outreach plan of giving shelter to homeless people, several individuals expressed their opposition to the plan, claiming that the million budget should be spent to address other major problems in the county.
Despite its aim to provide shelter to several homeless people, individuals believed that officials have been pushing the outreach plan to get rid of the homeless so people would think there are no cases of homelessness in the county.