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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

  • Guiding Principles | srceh-

    FOUNDING GUIDING PRINCIPLE In order to promote equity, policymakers and the community must address the underlying issues of structural racism and its intersections with class, gender, gender identity sexual orientation, age disabilities and the political, economic and social structures that creates and perpetuates hunger, homelessness, the lack of accessible and affordable housing and disinvestment in neighborhoods of color ​ GUIDING PRINCIPLES We can end and prevent homelessness We - public policymakers and the community - must address the underlying issues of structural racism and its intersections with class, gender, gender identify, sexual orientation, age, disabilities, and the political, economic and social structures that create hunger, homelessness, the lack of decent affordable housing, and disinvestment in neighborhoods of color We declare that safe, decent, affordable and accessible housing, healthy food and access to quality healthcare are basic human rights We believe that people experiencing homelessness should not be criminalized, or otherwise deprived of their rights, due to their lack of stable housing We believe that coalition-building with community members and public education are effective catalysts for change We believe that currently and formerly homeless people must be active and equal participants in all decision making bodies that address the crisis of homelessness

  • Safe Parking Program | srceh-

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

  • 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

  • PUBLICATIONS | srceh-

    PUBLICATIONS Comparison fo 1999 & 2023 Studies on Homelessness Hostile or Anti-Homeless Architecture 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

  • ABOUT | srceh-


  • 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

  • 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 Bill Kennedy, Civil Rights Attorney Grace Loescher, Director of Programs, Waking the Village and Director, Creation District Gabriella Salazar, Board Secretary-Treasurer, Campus Director, Emergency Bridge Housing, First Steps Communities Amani Sawires, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, Volunteers of America, Norther CA and Northern Nevada Ané Watts, Homeless Advocate STAFF Bob Erlenbusch, Executive Director

  • Homeless Youth | srceh-


  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

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