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End Homelessness OC 6h
“Last year, housed 203 families using rapid rehousing which is a housing model families first. 97% remained housed.”- Margie Wakeham
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End Homelessness OC 7h
Nancy Gardner of “We want to be part of solutions for homelessness. The first step in finding a solution is having good information which is why we are here tonight .”
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End Homelessness OC Apr 17
Did you know? The County is split into 3 'Service Planning Areas'. Which Planning Area is your in?
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The Cybrarian 5h
Nobody knows what the number is. Even judge’s representatives today at the meeting of Assn of So County Mayors couldn’t tell us - 200, 400? What’s the number? [homeless to be housed] Until we get that I’m not on a position to help. But we’re working very hard
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David Gillanders Apr 18
Love running into my fellow advocates in the community!! Go follow !
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Becks Heyhoe 7h
A packed house at the Beckman Center here for tonight’s session on “Homelessness in Orange County’, A Toward a Sustainable 21st Century Series” there’s a great line up of amazing speakers! Together we can
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End Homelessness OC 7h
Packed house for ‘Homelessness in Orange County’, A Toward a Sustainable 21st Century
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End Homelessness OC Apr 18
Thank you to and for putting on this joint alumni event on ending homelessness in Orange County! Special shoutout to and for reminding us that together - We can
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End Homelessness OC Apr 15
Jefferson Denim and the entire team at urge you to join in and make your pledge today to help ! What are you waiting for? || Pledge Today:
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End Homelessness OC Apr 11
We are truly excited for this 'Symposium on Homelessness in Orange County' on April 27th hosted by our friends at Cal State Fullerton. Registration is free and will help us with our planning! Don't miss it! || Register Now:
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Marcie Taylor 20h
Last night I attended a very eye-opening talk about the homeless in Orange County put on by @ucialumni Here Dr Snow shares his study
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The Cybrarian 6h
Here’s what OC homeless look like / Red banners are disadvantaged in many ways / indicates vulnerability
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The Cybrarian 5h
politicians are the problem, lamer and lamer costing us more and more / the only data they pay attention to is campaign data / they fund cops bc that’s the only group that can fund campaign contributions watch the budget
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Kristine Peters Apr 18
So great to see Northwestern University and UCI Alumni Associations taking a stand to help End Homelessness in Orange County. And special thanks to Edwards Life Sciences Foundation for hosting this great event!
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The Cybrarian 7h
Causes of homelessness in OC structural cause: rent increased 24% while income fell 10% and its in that gap homelessness exists
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Becks Heyhoe Apr 17
Susan Price explained the role of the Continuum of Care Board that started in Feb 2018: -Coordination of street outreach across the county - Housing navigation - Creating system flow - Changing&improving HMIS software - Improving Coordinated Entry System
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Becks Heyhoe Apr 17
FYI - info from Susan Price’s presentation at the BOS on federal funding sources for - CoC funds are from HUD - HOME funds can be used for motel conversions - ESG funds are relatively new to OC
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Becks Heyhoe Apr 17
“I have confidence that if 2700 units of permanent supportive housing is the goal we are well along the way to a pipeline of about half of that.” Dan Young, referencing the business communities involvement in work to bring online 2700 units of PSH
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The Cybrarian 6h
I’m learning new vocabulary now - status offenses - homeless get arrested for something related to their social condition such as sleeping in a park
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End Homelessness OC Apr 12
Be part of the movement! Make your pledge today to help || Pledge Today:
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