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  • SRCEH In the News | srceh-

    SRCEH IN THE NEWS: 2024 1/10 Thirty Percent of Sacramentans Told Census They're Spending Half Their Income on Rent, SN&R, January 5, 2024 Shelter and Service Site Set to Open Next Week for Homeless In Sacramento, CBS 13, January 5, 2024 As Homeless Deaths Rise in Chico, Who's Keeping Track?, North State Public Radio, January 8, 2024 California's Unhoused in the Eye of the Storm, CalMatters, January 10, 2024 Additional Ways of Involuntarily Committing Those with Mental Illness will be Tested in Sacramento & Beyond, SN&R, January 12, 2024 Concerns Grow Over Sacramento Homeless Starting Fires for Warmth, ABC10, January 12, 2024 Sacramento City Officials Tables Discussion Over Daytime Camping Ban, FOX40, January 16, 2024 Volunteers Still Needed for Sacramento's Homeless Point-In-Time Count, SN&R, January 17, 2024 Homelessness is On the CA Ballot This March. Will Conditions Change on the Streets?, CalMatters, January 18, 2024 A Record 250 Homeless People Died in Sacramento in 2022. The Trend Will Likely Continue, SacBee, January 24, 2024 Sacramento County Reports 250 Homeless Deaths in 2022, ABC10, January 25, 2024 Sacramento Continues 'Point-In-Time' Count, FOX40, January 25, 2024 California Homelessness: How Bad Is It? CalMatters, January 26, 2024 Sacramento Abandoning Plans for Homeless Parking Site, FOX40, January 26, 2024 Incrementa Numero de Indigentes Que Mueren al Ano, Telenmundo33, January 26, 2024 Fentanyl, Homelessness, Violent Crime Highlights in Thien Ho's 1st Address, KCRA, January 31, 2024 Senate Bill 1101 Would Allow CA Homeless Encampment Ban, KCRA, February 6, 2024 Why Did Sacramento Take this Woman's Family Photo and Childhood Bible in a Homeless Sweep?, SacBee, February 9, 2024

  • Safe Parking Program | srceh-

    SAFE PARKING PROGRAM FACT SHEETS Fact Sheet: 2019 Point in Time Count Fact Sheet: Safe Parking Program Around Nation

  • ABOUT | srceh-

    ABOUT US MISSION & HISTORY GUIDING PRINCIPLES YES IN MY BACK YARD! BOARD & STAFF SRCEH IN THE NEWS ANNUAL REPORTS SUPPORTERS CONTACT US

  • Donor Privacy Policy | srceh-

    SRCEH DONOR PRIVACY POLICY SRCEH is committed to respecting and protecting the privacy of all donors. ​ All information concerning donors or prospective donors, including their names, contact information, the names of their beneficiaries, the amount of their gift, etc. shall be kept strictly confidential by SRCEH staff, board of directors and volunteers, unless permission is obtained from donors to release such information. ​ SRCEH will not sell, share or trade our donor's names or personal information with any other entity, nor send mailings to our donors on behalf of other organizations.

  • Homeless Civil Rights | srceh-

    HOMELESS CIVIL RIGHTS Advocacy Priorities: ​ ​​ Campaign to limit the City's and County's Ban of homeless people being within 500 feet of "critical infrastructure" project ; ​ Partner with civil rights lawyers to challenge the constitutionality of Measure O; ​ Campaign to pressure the City and Coun ty to stop towing homeless people's vehicles - and instead have the City and County fund a program where they partner with local mechanics to fix homeless peoples vehicles and bring their registration up to date; ​ Advocacy to include homelessness to Sacramento City's Non-Discrimination & Equality Municipal Code; ​ Stop the Law Enforcement Homeless Encampment Raids Campaign: SRCEH defines law enforcement sweeps as a range of activities from the informal “move along orders” that are often threatening i.e. “or else”; to the formal – the forcible removal of people and campsites including the destruction of people’s property, necessities for survival, valuables, personal documents including identification and sometimes medications. Finally, this includes towing homeless people’s vehicles and RV’s; ​ ​ ​Moratorium to the County's anti-camping ordinance until enough affordable housing units are created in our region. This would include protection of the property of homeless people seized by law enforcement; ​ Oppose any efforts to criminalize homeless people including anti-homeless laws such as anti-panhandling ordinances; ​ Continue to monitor Sacramento Park Rangers monthly anti-camping citations and homeless camps closed; ​ ​ Continue to facilitate the Sacramento Services Not Sweeps Coalition ​ Continue to participate in National House Keys Not Handcuffs Campaign ​ ​​ 10 REASONS TO SUPPORT THE MORATORIUM ON ANTI-CAMPING ORDINANCE

  • Homeless Enviornmental Justice | srceh-

    HOMELESS ENVIORNMENTAL JUSTICE PUBLICATIONS Fires On the American River Parkway & Our Unhoused Neighbors Homeless Have Nowhere to Go...Literally: Lack of Access to Bathrooms

  • Sign Up for Action Alerts & E-News | srceh-

    SIGN UP FOR ACTION ALERTS AND SRCEH MONTHLY E-NEWS Name Email Organization Phone Subject Message Your details were sent successfully! Send

  • FACT SHEETS | srceh-

    FACT SHEETS & PUBLICATIONS Overview: Homelessness in Sacramento County: 2022 Myths & Facts Criminalization of Homeless People Ethnicity/Race: Homeless People of Color Health Care Homelesss Employment Homelesss Students Homelesss Seniors Safe Parking Program Systemic Racism Violence Against Homeless People

  • Board of Directors & Staff | srceh-

    BOARD OF DIRECTORS Tim Brown, Board President, Homeless Advocate Ken Cross, Ken Cross Consulting Dr. Susanna Curry, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, Division of Social Work, CSUS Dr. Ethan Evans, PhD, MSW, Assistant Professor, Division of Social Work, CSUS Bill Kennedy, Civil Rights Attorney Grace Loescher, Director of Programs, Waking the Village and Director, Creation District Amani Sawires, Chief Operating Officer, Sacramento's Children's Home Ané Watts, Homeless Advocate STAFF Bob Erlenbusch, Executive Director

  • 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.

  • 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 2021 Annual Report 2022 Annual Report

  • GET INVOLVED | srceh-

    MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIP FORM JOIN SRCEH'S HOME TEAM: BECOME A MONTHLY SUSTAINER TAKE ACTION FIND YOUR LEGISLATOR REQUEST SPEAKER FORM REQUEST A TRAINING Gandhi UPDATES & ACTION ALERTS SIGN UP FOR MONTHLY SRCEH E-NEWS SIGN UP FOR ACTION ALERTS

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