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  • SRCEH In the News | srceh-

    SRCEH IN THE NEWS: 2023 1/10 The Latest Data Shows CA is America's Most Homeless State. It Doesn't Have to Be, SacBee, January 1, 2023 City of Sacramento Tows Homeless RV's Ahead of Storm. 'They Picked the Worst Day to do This,' SacBee, January 4, 2023 Winter Storms have Killed Sacramento's Homeless Before. Have We Learned Nothing? SacBee, January 7, 2023 CA Storm: Homeless on Island Confront Climate Change, LA Times, January 8, 2023 Two Homeless People Died When Trees Fell on Their Tents During Sacramento Wind Storms, SacBee, January 9, 2023 Stormy Weather a Harsh Reminder of Difficulties Faced by Sacramento's Unhoused, ABC-10, January 9, 2023 CA's Unhoused in the Eye of the Storm, CalMatters, January 10, 2023 At Least Two Unhoused People Killed in CA's Devastating Winter Storms, The Guardian, January 10, 2023 Thousands of Californians Under Evacuation Orders as Flood Threats Continue and Death Toll Climbs to 17, CNN, January 10, 2023 Unsheltered from the Storm, Canadian Broadcasting Company, January 11, 2023 Sacramento Officials Opening Cal Expo for Homeless for First Time, SacBee, January 13, 2023 He Raised 4 Kids in Sacramento. He Died Homeless of Hypothermia This Winter, SacBee, January 13, 2023 CalTrans Wants Millions of More Dollars to Clear Thousands of CA Homeless Encampments, SacBee, January 23, 2023 Sacramento Assemblyman Introduces Bill to Ban Homeless Encampments Near Parks & Schools, SacBee, January 25, 2023 Caltrans Requests Increase of Millions of Dollars to Clear Homeless Encampments, KCRA, January 25, 2023 Sacramento City Officials Meets to Discuss What to do with Vacant Land in Meadowview, CBS, January 25, 2023 Gov. Newsom Plans to Convert EDD Headquarters & 2 More Downtown Office Buildings Into Affordable Housing, KCRA, January 31, 2023 Mayor Steinberg Address Promises Made About Sacramento Homeless, ABC-10, February 2, 2023 Paul's Place Provides 'Path Forward' for Unhoused Residents in Davis, Capitol Public Radio, February 8, 2023 Armored Vehicle Approved in Sacramento for $440,000 Sparks Debate, ABC-10, February 8, 202 3 Weeks After Storms, Miller Park's Safe Ground Site for Homeless Residents to Open with Changes, KCRA, February 15, 2023 Homeless Fires Continue to Plague Sacramento Firefighter Resources, Advocates Weigh Solutions, KCRA, February 15, 2023 Sacramento to Soon Open 15 Trailers to Homeless, but Dozens More Still Sit in Storage, SacBee, February 18, 2023 Tiny Home Village Sits Empty as Delays, Costs Mount for Sacramento Homelessness Project, Capital Public Radio, March 3, 2023 What Will the New American River Parkway Plan do for Homeless People Besides Move Them Around? SacBee, March 6, 2023 Sacramento is Exploring a Vacancy Tax on Empty Lots, Storefronts and Possibly Even Homes, Capital Public Radio, March 13, 2023 Homeless Population Raises Concerns as March Madness is Set to Bring Crowds to Downtown Sacramento, CBS-13, March 14, 2023 Gavin Newsom is Giving Sacramento 350 Tiny Homes for Unhoused Residents. Here's What We Know, SacBee, March 16, 2023 Newsom Administration to Provide 1,200 Tiny Homes Statewide, Including 350 for Sacramento Region, Capital Public Radio, March 16, 2023 Newsom Pledges 1,200 Tiny Homes For CA's Homeless, CBS, March 16, 2023 Newsom Pledges 1,200 Tiny Homes For CA's Homeless, Associated Press [AP], March 16, 2023 AP article also ran in 14 media outlets including: ABC; MSN; Fox; US News & World Report; Bakersfield Now; San Diego Tribune; Press Democrat; Midland Reporter; KTAR; Santa Fe New Mexican; Mesabi Tribune; the Register-Herald; Kentucky New Era; Honolulu Star- Advertiser A Third Unhoused Sacramentan has Frozen to Death this Winter. Here's What Happened, SacBee, March 20, 2023 Woman Found Dead in North Highlands Homeless Camp, ABC10, March 20, 2023 Deaths of 2 Women at Homeless Camp in North Highlands Being Investigated as Homicides, CBS, March 20, 2023 A Sacramento Housing Nonprofit is Closing. More Than 560 Sacramentans Could be Homeless, SacBee, March 27, 2023 Sacramento Firefighters Vandalized the Inside of a Water To wer. It Cost Taxpayers $65,000, SacBee, March 28, 2023 Proposed Law to Ban Homeless Camps Within 1,000 feet of 'Sensitive Areas', Spectrum News, March 28, 2023 N ew Report: Downtown Sacramento Homelessness Declined, But Where Did People Go?, CBS, March 28, 2023 Did the Homeless Population Decline in Downtown Sacramento? A Survey Indicates 'Yes,' But Many are Skeptical Capital Public Radio, April 5, 2023 Unhoused Residents at Sacramento's 'Camp Resolution' Reach First-Of-Its-Kind Lease to Remain on City-Owned Property, Capital Public Radio, April 10, 2023 Sacramento County's Project Roomkey Closing As Soon As this summer; 201 Unhoused Residents in Limbo, KCRA-3, April 19, 2023 When It Comes to Finding Landlords for Affordable Housing in Sacramento, the Struggle Continues, SN&R, April 20, 2023 Two Longtime Sacramento Hotels C ould Soon Turn Into Permanent Homeless Housing, Capital Public Radio, April 20, 2023 There May Soon Be A Big Payday for Some Sacramento County Politicians, CBS Sacramento, May 22, 2023 Measure O Update: What the City has done to be able to Meet the Mandates, ABC-10, May 23, 2023

  • Sacramento Regional Coalition to End Homelessness

    The 2022 Point in Time Count estimated 9,300 people experiencing homelessness at a point in time in Sacramento County, while Sacramento Steps Forward estimates between 16,500 - 20,000 people experiencing homelessness in the County on an annual basis - with at least 70% being unsheltered. This is double the number of our unhoused neighbors in 2019, both as a point in time as well as on an annual basis. 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 Your Mom or Dad? Your sister or brother? Your son or daughter? Your next door neighbor? The 2022 Point in Time Count estimated 9,300 people experiencing homelessness at a point in time in Sacramento County, while Sacramento Steps Forward estimates between 16,500 - 20,000 people experiencing homelessness in the County on an annual basis - with at least 70% being unsheltered. This is double the number of our unhoused neighbors in 2019, both as a point in time as well as on an annual basis. 1/11 SACRAMENTO CITY & COUNTY LOCAL HOMELESS ACTION PLAN [LHAP] LINK TO LHAP SRCEH'S ANALYSIS: GOOD START BUT NEEDS ALOT MORE WORK! LINK TO SRCEH'S CRITIQUE & RECOMMENDATIONS CITY - COUNTY HOMELESS SERVICES PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT: THEIR ANSWERS TO OUR 20 QUESTIONS REGARDING IMPLEMENTATION & OUR RESPONSE LINK TO CITY - COUNTY RESPONSE LINK TO SRCEH RESPONSE NEW FACT SHEET ON EMERGENCY HOUSING VOUCHERS IN SACRAMENTO: 2021 - 2023 LINK TO FACT SHEET If you are homeless - please call 211 and use the resources in the People's Guide ​ Mailing address: SRCEH 1026 Florin Road, #349, Sacramento, CA 95831 916-889-4367

  • PUBLICATIONS | srceh-

    PUBLICATIONS 2023 Homeless Employment Report 2022 Homeless Deaths Report 2021 Homeless Deaths Report 2020 Homeless Deaths Report 2019 Homeless Deaths Report 2018 Homeless Deaths Report Homeless Have Nowhere to Go...Literally: Lack of Access to Bathrooms 2018 Homeless Patient Dumping Report & Recommendations 2017 Sacramento County Homeless Deaths Report 2016 Homeless Employment Report Sacramento Homeless Deaths Report: 2015 SRCEH Analysis of County Cost of Homelessness Report [2014-15] Access Denied! Survey of homeless providers on impact of citations SRCEH Fact Checking City Response to Protesters SRCEH Analysis of City "Cost of Homelessness Report" SRCEH Critique of "Functional Zero" Cruel & Unusual Punishment: Sacramento Homeless Criminalization Report: 2015 - 2016 Sacramento County Homeless Deaths Report: 2002 -2013 with a 2014 Update Sacramento Homeless Deaths Report: 2002 - 2013 Homeless Employment Report: 2010

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  • Health Equity | srceh-

    HEALTH EQUITY FACT SHEETS County Substance Abuse Overdose Deaths: 2023 Emergency Room Utilization: 2017 Health Care & Health Insurance Heat Index, Air Quality & Health Issues of Homeless People Hospital by Ambulance: 2017 SB1152: Hospital Patient Discharge Process: Homeless Patients "Service Resistant:" Adverse Childhood Experiences; Trauma Informed Care PUBLICATIONS Dignity Denied: Lack of Access to Public Bathrooms Homeless Patient Dumping: Discharge to the Streets Trauma - Unsheltered & Sheltered Homeless People HOMELESS DEATHS REPORTS 2022 Mid-Year Homeless Deaths Report 2022 Infographic 2021 Homeless Deaths Report 2021 Infographic 2020 Homeless Deaths Report 2020 Infographic 2019 Homeless Deaths Report 2018 Homeless Deaths Report 2017 Homeless Deaths Report 2016 Homeless Deaths Report 2002 - 2014 Homeless Deaths Report

  • Sacramento Regional Coalition to End Homelessness

    2023 ISSUES & CAMPAIGNS STAY UP TO DATE: SIGN UP FOR ACTION ALERTS Economic Justice Education of Homeless Children & Youth Health Equity Homeless Civil Rights Homeless Environmental Justice Alliance Housing Justice You Don't Need a Home to Vote

  • Education of Homeless Children | srceh-

    EDUCATION OF HOMELESS CHILDREN & YOUTH FACT SHEETS Student Homelessness in Sacramento: 2022 Fact Sheet Student Homelessness in Sacramento CoC: 2006 - 2022

  • You Don't Need a Home to Vote | srceh-

    YOU DON'T NEED A HOME TO VOTE Homeless Voter Registration Voter Education GOTV! Get Out the Vote Request a training Link to National Coalition for the Homeless Manual

  • Annual Report | srceh-

    ANNUAL REPORTS 2014 Annual Report 2015 Annual Report 2016 Annual Report 2017 Annual Report 2018 Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2020 Annual Report Link to 2020 Infographic 2021 Annual Report Link to 2021 Infographic 2022 Annual Report Link to 2022 Infographic

  • DONATE | srceh-

    CLICK "DONATE" BELOW TO DONATE or JOIN SRCEH'S HOME TEAM SRCEH'S Secure Paypal Account JOIN THE FIGHT TO END & PREVENT HOMELESSNESS: BECOME A SUSTAINING MEMBER OF SRCEH'S HOME TEAM Levels of Home Team Support Advocate: $10/month Justice: $25/month Equity: $50/month Community Builder: $100/month Thank you for your supporting the social justice mission of SRCEH All donations are tax deductible. EIN #: 46-3175193 Donor Privacy Policy: SRCEH does not sell, share or trade donors' names or personal information. ​ For SRCEH's full donor privacy policy, visit


    FACT SHEETS & PUBLICATIONS HOMELESSNESS Overview & Demographics Myths & Facts Economic Justice Education of Homeless Children Health Equity Homeless Civil Rights Homeless Enviornmental Justice Systemic Racism HUNGER & FOOD INSECURITY HOUSING PEOPLE'S GUIDE TO HEALTH, WELFARE & OTHER SERVICES

  • Mission & History | srceh-

    MISSION to end and prevent homelessness in the Sacramento region through policy analysis, community education, civic engagement, collective organizing and advocacy HISTORY SRCEH was founded in July 2013, after Bob Erlenbusch, founder, met with key advocates in the community to determine their interest in being on a founding board & was well received. The current board represents people with lived experience of homelessness, civil rights attorneys, healthcare, homeless youth & housing advocates, direct service providers & the interfaith community. The first board meeting was held September, 2013. SRCEH received an initial capacity building grant of $7500 from the Sierra Health Foundation in December, 2013. SRCEH received its nonprofit status in April, 2014.

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