Destination: Home joins the “Bring CA Home” campaign

Today, Destination: Home proudly joined our partners across the state to launch Bring CA Home — a new initiative to ensure we have the resources to combat homelessness at scale and ensure no family is left without a place to call home during a time of crisis.

Over the last few years, California has invested billions of dollars to address our homelessness in our communities. While these one-time funding allocations have delivered real results, we need a sustainable, reliable strategy designed to deliver results over the long-term.

Our plan calls for California to invest $2.4 billion annually, which, combined with federal and local resources, would reverse the cycle of homelessness for our state.

This annual $2.4 billion policy proposal could fund:

  • Prevention: help 28,000 people and families on the brink of homelessness by creating new affordable apartments and providing low-cost interventions like rental assistance and other cash payments that allow people to stay in their homes;
  • Interim housing: help close to 25,000 individuals and families access a safe place to shelter while they find permanent housing, including innovative programs like leasing motel rooms similar to Project Roomkey, hotel vouchers, or navigation centers with case managers;
  • Permanent housing: allow at least 43,000 people to move into permanent housing through rental housing and capital development, and for at least 22,000 households to connect to family and friends to exit homelessness; and
  • Services: provide housing navigation, case management and employment support to about 50,000 people so they can thrive in long-term housing.

This moment calls for bold action if we’re serious about supporting those experiencing homelessness or on the brink of losing their home. Bring CA Home is spearheading the transformational approach we need to ensure housing stability for everyone who calls California home.

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