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Jennifer Loving on September 30
What can San Francisco learn from Santa Clara County's successful efforts to address homelessness?
Join us to hear from Jennifer Loving of Destination: Home and how they managed Santa Clara County's first five-year plan that achieved significant results in reducing homelessness. Here are some highlights:
Ended the homelessness of more than 14,000 people
Doubled the county’s number of supportive housing units
Doubled the county’s temporary housing and emergency shelter capacity
Launched a prevention system that now serves 1,000 households annually
There have been many plans to address homelessness, but they’re not always successful. What happened in Santa Clara County? Why have the results been so positive?
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