Shaping narrative, building power, and changing policy
to end homelessness and create affordable homes for all.
June 22-24, 2021
To everyone who supported this powerful event, especially our attendees, this work cannot happen without you: Thank you for all you’re doing and will continue to do to make a difference in your communities and across our state.
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News and Updates
Statement regarding the 2021-2022 Housing and Homeless Budget
The final state budget addresses a top concern for Californians through a robust investment in affordable housing production and preservation. Housing California provides its perspective regarding the 2021-22 California Homeless Budget. Full statement here.
Analysis of the 2021-2022 Housing and Homeless Budget Summary
The final state budget commits a remarkable $12 billion to creating affordable homes and tackling homelessness, while also providing significant funding to help those struggling the most to stay housed. Housing California provides an analysis of the 2021-22 California Homeless Budget. Full analysis here.
Statement regarding the Anti-displacement And Housing Preservation Package
Housing California joins partners in promoting the Anti-displacement And Housing Preservation Package which would provide capital and subsidy financing to keep people in their homes and expand the supply of affordable housing. Full statement here.
Statement regarding Governor Newsom’s proposed “May Revise” budget
Housing California urges ongoing funding to meet the scale of the need. Full statement here.
Letter requesting ongoing funding to create Re-entry Housing Program
Housing California with coalition partners is urging the Legislature to invest ongoing funding to provide resources for formerly incarcerated people experiencing homelessness. This is associated with AB 328, which is Roadmap aligned proposal.
Full statement here.
Statement regarding the verdict of the George Floyd case
Housing California makes a formal statement regarding the George Floyd case and the fight for racial justice.
Full statement here.
Letter requesting ongoing funding to address Homelessness in California
Housing California joins coalition members to request ongoing funding of $2.4 billion to put the state on a course for ending homelessness. Full statement here.
Statement regarding new amendments to Assembly Bill 71
Housing California released a joint statement with coalition partners on new amendments to AB 71. Full statement here.
KPIX airs segment on Roadmap HOME
KPIX (CBS in San Francisco) aired a piece on California’s Roadmap HOME 2030, a 10-year comprehensive, racial equity-centered, and evidence-based framework of bold policy solutions to end homelessness and create stable, affordable homes for all Californians. The piece included some of the key people involved in our work, like Residents United Network leaders Zella Knight and Willie Stevens, CA Housing Partnership Executive Director Matt Schwartz, and our own Executive Director Lisa Hershey. Check out the segment!
Coalition letter requesting ongoing funding addressing homelessness
Housing California joins statewide coalition in making a budget request ongoing funding of $2.4 billion to address homelessness. Full statement here.
The Roadmap Home 2030 is a bold, long-term plan to create the future we want for California by building affordable homes, protecting low-income renters, ending homelessness, and advancing racial equity and economic inclusion. To learn more and join our growing community-powered movement, please:
Housing California’s 2021 (Un)Conference
Home, Health, and Wealth for All Californians
The Housing CA (Un)Conference recordings will be available in Whova until August 15 and will then be made available on the (Un)Conference website. Attendees can access recorded sessions by logging into the Whova app used during the conference. If you encounter any technical challenges, please contact Jade Chin at email@example.com.
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You'll be in good company: view Our Members. With your support over the last several years, advocacy by Housing California and the Residents United Network resulted in:
Raising more than $5 billion to address homelessness and housing affordability through state legislative and budgetary efforts.
Leading 2 state bond campaigns that resulted in $6 billion of new fundingfor affordable and supportive homes.
Passing numerous bills to increase the affordable and supportive housing production and protect low-income peopleand individuals experiencing homelessness.
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