Ending Homelessness in California?
Everyone deserves to have a stable home, in California and beyond. However, for the past several decades, low-income people have been increasingly pushed out of their homes. Many families are finding themselves priced out due to low housing supply, stagnant wages, and federal and state governments slashing funding for affordable housing. It’s clear we need bold public action to provide housing to everyone who needs it now and permanently.
Earlier this year, Bakersfield announced that they ended chronic homelessness in their city. During the pandemic, California launched Project Roomkey and Project Homekey to provide housing by utilizing vacant motels and hotels. This program is now in the process of converting vacant buildings into long-term housing for people forced to live on the streets. With a multi-billion dollar state surplus, California is in a unique position to address homelessness at its roots; is it possible for us to end homelessness in California once and for all?
Join us on Thursday, September 9th to learn from homelessness experts and advocates on the root causes of homelessness in California, what programs are working, and what policies we need to get every Californian a place to call home.
The webinar will be moderated by Catherine Bracy, Executive Director and Co-Founder of TechEquity. Panelists TBA.
Thanks to AppLovin for sponsoring this event.
- Webinar kicks off at 12:00 PM
- Panel discussion begins at 12:05 PM
- Q&A from attendees from 12:40-1:00 PM
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