City of San Diego Community Action Plan on Homelessness Approved (San Diego Housing Commission)

Date Published: 
November 14th, 2019

From San Diego Housing Commission President & CEO Rick Gentry's newsletter:

I was pleased to join Ann Oliva, the Senior Policy Advisor to the CEO of the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), and Liz Drapa, the Vice President of Field Operations and Consulting for CSH, to present to the San Diego City Council the City of San Diego’s Community Action Plan on Homelessness.

Through a contract with SDHC on behalf of the City of San Diego, CSH, a nationally recognized consultant with broad expertise in the area of homelessness, developed this plan.

With a clear vision and specific recommendations, this Community Action Plan will move San Diego forward. It provides a balanced approach that emphasizes creating permanent or longer-term housing, while also providing the resources necessary to meet immediate, crisis response needs to make a difference in the lives of families and individuals experiencing homelessness.

Read San Diego Housing Commission President & CEO Rick Gentry's newsletter.

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