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Becks Heyhoe 14h
At the South County SPA meeting where strongly encouraged the cities to work together regionally to tap into the multiple sources of millions of dollars and create meaningful projects that they can move forward to
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Becks Heyhoe Sep 20
Letters of Interest/forms for HEAP funds are now out! Deadline is Oct 5th for completion. Cities who want to access HEAP funds for construction/capital improvement must have declared a shelter crisis first. OC has been allocated $15.5M. Let’s use this to
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Michelle Murphy 21h
Great meeting last night and getting to share a little about and the Cost Study! Got to thank him too for all the hard work to improve for kids!
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Marnie Primmer 13h
Looking forward to having you with us Thursday at David!
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
.: most of the cost of homelessness devolves onto the cities. Last housing bond was in 2006, a $10B bond of which 0.1% made its way to OC.
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David Gillanders 14h
Had a great time meeting up with to talk about how we can working together. Good luck in your race for !
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
.: funding of low-income housing and permanent supportive housing (PSH) in the latter case supporting 2700 new units
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IF Homeless Sep 21
Thank you Brian for making our homeless brothers and sisters visible through your beautiful work. @lagunaexchange
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David Gillanders Sep 23
WE HAVE THE RADDEST TEAM!!! It’s time for our annual fundraiser dinner!!!!
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Replying to @endhomelessness
does allow the OCHFT to use both public and private funds, ensuring that small funding gaps can be filled with private contributions
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Becks Heyhoe Sep 19
“Philanthropy can drive authentic collaboration with people experiencing homelessness. Their lived experience WILL inform policy and identify gaps. They need a permanent seat at the table NOT a folding chair.” 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
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OC Burrito Project Sep 22
Replying to @toddspitzeroc
Meanwhile you sat on hundreds of millions of dollars each year and jeopardized our most vulnerable community members allowing hundreds to die on the streets. Don’t throw stones in glass houses.
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Important details: the County may have the funds, but it's up to the cities to allocate and spend them. Need support from residents (that's YOU).
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
.: When we ask your city to join the implementation effort, please ask your elected city officials support us!
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Kelsey Brewer up next. Policy and legislative affairs director for OC cities.
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Orange County hoping to land $40-60MM in funding from the state.
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Next up: Julia Bidwell of the County of Orange. California has been planning for (2016) program, presuming passage of this November.
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Unsurprisingly the supports passage of . So do I.
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
will provide billions in funds to mentally ill residents, with NO impact to state budget.
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(((E Scott Menter))) Sep 23
Newman: includes farm worker assistance, home loans for veterans, and other housing assistance
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