Want to see your neighborhood change for the better?
You don't have to be a bystander!
Most of us see some sad things happening in our neighborhoods, and it can be easy to feel like there's nothing we can do.
Usually, we are not fully aware of how other groups are affected by what happens in the neighborhood. We see the same problems hurting all of us, but don't know how we can come together to help. Sometimes, the relationships between us are even marked by antagonism, suspicion, and aggression.
Everyone can be of practical help to their unhoused neighbors.
We help businesses and residents learn more about shelters and essential services for the unhoused in their own neighborhood.
Here are some essential resources
As of January 2022 The Point-In-Time Homeless count for Unsheltered increased by 34%. The count concluded an estimate of 9,026 homeless residing on the streets or in inhabited locations.