Homelessness is much more than the absence of physical housing; it is a tension-filled, trauma-filled, and treacherous condition that too often results in injuries and fatalities. Read more at State of California’s Plans to Integrate a Wide-Range of Homelessness Data Sources Should Include Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Records of Persons Who Died Homeless – Homeless and Housing…

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While legislation to help solve statewide homelessness unlike ever before is going to the Governor for approval, other needed legislation is not going to the Governor for approval. Read more at https://homelessstrategy.com/current-california-legislation-concerning-homelessness-what-is-going-to-the-governor-for-approval-and-what-is-not/

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It is time to boost a “whatever it takes” approach to house homeless households by designing a flexible pool of funds to respond rapidly to the homeless experiences of individuals and families unlike ever before. Read more at https://homelessstrategy.com/it-is-time-for-state-of-california-counties-cities-and-continuums-of-care-to-collectively-prepare-to-solve-homelessness-in-a-post-pandemic-era/

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CoCs and state offices, councils, and agencies that focus on homelessness could include mutually beneficial questions to PIT count surveys to obtain local, regional, and state-wide desired data. Read more at https://homelessstrategy.com/it-is-time-for-californias-44-continuums-of-care-cocs-and-state-of-california-to-mutually-advance-data-collection-distribution-and-technology-to-help-solve-homelessness/

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