This week, we held two more events to continue collaboratively building out the Regionally Coordinated Homelessness Action Plan (RCHAP). These events, held on January 10, provided space for vital discussions around rapid rehousing, encampments, permanent supportive housing, integrated service supports, and more. These discussions led to key contributions to the evolving plan from a number of key partners, who prioritized potential plan activities along with relative impact and feasibility measures. They also included discussions with diverse voices from throughout the community, allowing for feedback from the broader Sacramento population.
Presentation slides from both January 10 sessions are available on our webpage for those unable to attend the events. The range of insights and ideas shared during this phase is actively contributing to the creation of a comprehensive plan that effectively addresses the intricate challenges of homelessness.
Looking forward, mark your calendars for the final workshop on Wednesday, January 31st, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This session will provide a space to interactively distill the wealth of insights and information gathered at previous sessions. Everyone is welcome, regardless of attendance at previous workshops. Community involvement in this session will be vital.
An additional evening engagement session is set for the same day. We invite anyone who is interested in shaping the homelessness response system, including providers, government and business representatives, and community members, to join us. This is an opportunity for all residents of the Sacramento region to learn about the early draft of the plan and provide their input.
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Want to provide feedback on the plan or its development process? Please utilize this form to submit your comments and questions.
The Sacramento Continuum of Care, alongside the City of Sacramento and Sacramento County, extends heartfelt gratitude for the ongoing commitment and active participation of this community.