Thousands of our neighbors are forced to find shelter in their vehicle every night. But, with your support, we can end homelessness in our community – and ensure a truck is just a truck.
Destination: Home is working to end homelessness in Silicon Valley
Through our collective impact model, we incubate new ideas, advocate for policies, and fund impactful strategies that address the root causes of homelessness and help ensure that our most vulnerable neighbors have a stable home.Learn more about our public-private partnership
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News & Updates
We’ve invested $54 million in deeply affordable housing. Why?
Our current housing crisis and the resulting levels of homelessness are evidence of a housing market that’s failed to produce…
Overflowing Need for Homelessness Prevention Since 2017, the Santa Clara County Homelessness Prevention System has provided over 14,000 people at imminent risk…
An in depth look at Santa Clara County’s homelessness reduction efforts
As we’ve been reporting, Santa Clara County and the city of San Jose have released the results of the 2023…
Local Strategies for Housing First
In March 2023, the National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC) held its annual Housing Policy Forum, “Onward to Housing Justice.”…
San José Mayor Pushes to Use Homelessness Dollars to Build More Temporary Shelters Instead of Permanent Housing
San José’s city council is weighing a controversial plan to dramatically reshape how the city spends money to reduce homelessness….
San Jose budget: 3 ways to visualize policing and homelessness spending
With the Bay Area’s largest city set to vote next month on a multi-billion dollar budget, homelessness, crime and soaring…
Action Alert: Critical Funds For Affordable Housing at Risk in San Jose
San Jose City Council is considering a new Measure E transfer tax spending plan that drastically shifts funding away from new affordable…
Bramson: Breaking voter promises might destroy San Jose’s affordable future
When San Jose voters approved the Measure E real estate transfer tax increase in 2020, the mandate was clear. The revenue generated…