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  • Membership | srceh-

    MEMBERSHIP LINK TO MEMBERSHIP FORM MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS Advocacy & Public Policy: We work directly with our members to advocate for the policy agenda developed by our members. Additionally, we provided our members several opportunities a year to meet with our elected officials on the issues of homelessness Advocacy & Policy Alerts: We make sure our members stay informed on the latest developments at the local, state and national levels through advocacy and action alerts Education & Networking: We sponsor trainings and workshops to give our members the opportunity to remain on the cutting edge of developments in the field Grassroots Action Research We provide members with periodic fact sheets and grassroots action research publications

  • Myths vs Facts | srceh-

    Homelessness: Myths vs Facts: PDF Homeless Programs & Housing: Myths vs Facts: PDF

  • Homeless Civil Rights | srceh-

    HOMELESS CIVIL RIGHTS FACT SHEETS Law Enforcement & Incarceration Park Rangers: Criminalization Fact Sheet: Updated: 3/2014 - 11/2017 Sacramento Criminalization 2015 Fact Sheet Violence Against Homeless People: 2017 Fact Sheet PUBLICATIONS Access Denied! Survey of homeless providers on impact of citations Cruel & Unusual Punishment: Sacramento Homeless Criminalization Report: 2015 - 2016 SRCEH Fact Checking City Response to Protesters

  • FACT SHEETS | srceh-

    FACT SHEETS: 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 Violence Against Homeless People

  • Overview: Homelessness in Sacramento | srceh-

    OVERVIEW OF HOMELESSNESS IN SACRAMENTO & DEMOGRAPHICS OVERVIEW Overview: Homelessness in Sacramento County: 2022 SRCEH Analysis of City "Cost of Homelessness Report" SRCEH Analysis of County "Cost of Homelessness Report" SRCEH Critique of "Functional Zero" Sacramento: Main Reasons for Homelessness: 2017 DEMOGRAPHICS Youth Homelessness in Sacramento: 2023 Fact Sheet Ethnicity/Race: Homeless People of Color: 2018 Homelesss Seniors

  • Peoples Guide | srceh-

    People's Guide to Health, Welfare & Other Services: Sacramento County: 2018-19

  • Join SRCEH's Home Team | srceh-

    BECOME A MONTHLY SUSTAINER: JOIN SRCEH's HOME TEAM JOIN THE FIGHT TO END & PREVENT HOMELESSNESS: BECOME A SUSTAINING MEMBER OF SRCEH'S HOME TEAM HOUSING IS A HUMAN RIGHT WHY BECOME A MONTHLY SUSTAINER? EVERY HOME NEEDS A STRONG FOUNDATION Your sustained monthly gift allows SRCEH to budget based on predictable, consistent income. This stability allows us to focus on what really matters - end homelessness for our unhoused neighbors Monthly giving allows you, a member of our Home Team, to invest in SRCEH what makes sense for you and your family. It is fast, easy, manageable. One time set-up on SRCEH's Pay Pal account and you have invested in social change. When you are a member of our Home Team, you are joining a growing network of people whose monthly giving supports SRCEH's mission of end & preventing homelessness Levels of Home Team Support: Advocate: $10/month Justice: $25/month Equity: $50/month Community Builder: $100/month Link to become a Monthly Sustainer & Member of SRCEH's Home Team

  • Supporters | srceh-

    SUPPORTERS: Founding & Supporting Organizational Members ($1,000 contribution) Foundations, Financial Institutions & Government

  • Hunger | srceh-

    HUNGER FACT SHEETS Food Insecurity In Sacramento: 2018 Hunger Among Students K-12 in Sacramento: 2018 Student Hunger Across CSU System: 2018 PUBLICATIONS A Primer on the Restaurant Meals Program Homeless Nutrition Education Toolkit Hunger Hits Home: 2012

  • Education of Homeless Children & Youth | srceh-

    EDUCATION OF HOMELESS CHILDREN & YOUTH Advocacy Priorities Partner with local homeless youth advocates to advocate for public policies that will dramatically reduce the number of homeless children and youth in the Sacramento school districts. This includes expanding emergency shelter for youth; expanding affordable housing alternatives for youth; addressing the transportation needs of homeless students Link to Graph

  • Economic Justice | srceh-

    ECONOMIC JUSTICE Advocacy Priorities: ​ Advocate to the City and County to create a Homeless Employment Program including a quality Day Labor program for homeless people; ​ Monitor City and County implementation of the state Homeless Hiring Tax Credit; ​ Ensure that there are employment opportunities for people experiencing homelessness in regional infrastructure projects ​​ ​ Link to Homeless Employment Fact Sheet & Reports

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