There are 5,700 people experiencing homeless on any given night - with over 11,000 homeless on an annual basis. The unsheltered homeless population increased from 56% in 2017 to 70% in 2019 There are 480 homeless people sleeping in their cars or RV's- 33 are families

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The County Park Rangers in 2018 issued 2,058 camping citations and closed 5,639 camps. This failed "Whack A Mole" Strategy creates significant housing and employment barriers for people experiencing homelessness

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Your Mom or Dad? Your sister or brother? Your son or daughter? Your next door neighbor?

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There are 5,700 people experiencing homeless on any given night - with over 11,000 homeless on an annual basis. The unsheltered homeless population increased from 56% in 2017 to 70% in 2019 There are 480 homeless people sleeping in their cars or RV's- 33 are families

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CA HOMELESS HIRING TAX CREDIT
EFFECTIVE 1/1/2022

Employers can earn between $2,500 and $10,000 per employee, depending on the number of hours the employee works- up to $30,000 in a taxable year

It is easy! employers can claim their tax credit when they file their annual tax return

please email smallbusiness@cityofsacramento.org
for more information

Everything employers & service providers need to know:

Special thanks to Danielle Foster, Housing Policy Manager, City of Sacramento for power point

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To be completed by the CoC or direct service provider

ACTION ALERT

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Sign the petition to include housing status as a protected class in  CA

It is time to make our laws protect our unhoused neighbors in CA.  That is why we are calling on state legislators to change CA's anti-discrimination law to include housing status as a protected category

If you are homeless, please call 211 for help.
Find food, shelter, housing,  transportation, income [CalWORKs, G.R. SSI], legal and health care resources in the our publication, Peoples Guide to Health, Welfare & Other Services

NOTE:  Given the lack of funding, we were not able to create a 2020 edition - but the resources in the Guide  - while there are a few changes - should still help you find the resources you need

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Mailing address:  SRCEH, 1026 Florin Road, #349,
Sacramento, CA 95831

916-889-4367