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Listos California

Under the Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) and funding partnership from the Sacramento Region Community Foundation (SRCF), Sacramento Steps Forward (SSF) aims to reach people experiencing homelessness (PEH) in the Sacramento community who would greatly benefit from having access to emergency preparedness, response, and recovery information. With support from SRCF, SSF will focus on the activities below.


  1. Distribute resources to PEH on the ground at outreach events to help prepare them for disasters or other emergencies.
  2. Offer trainings to make sure PEH are aware of common hazards and have the tools needed for disasters and emergencies.
  3. Disseminate accessible information for PEH and people working with PEH about disaster preparedness.


SSF will also leverage existing organizational resources and collaborate with trusted systems and access points. This project is set to end in December 2023.

Stay tuned for more updates and resources! Information will be disseminated on an ongoing basis via this page and other SSF e-communications. For questions regarding Listos, please email our team.


People Experiencing Homelessness

Resources that people experiencing homelessness can use in preparation for and in times of disaster. See the tabs for additional resources. For questions, please email our team.

Partner Agencies

Emergency preparedness resources that can be used by local entities (e.g., agencies, community centers, shelters) that have established physical sites to serve people experiencing homelessness in times of crisis and disaster. See the tabs for additional resources. For questions, please email our team.

All Californians deserve culturally competent education that can increase their survival during and rapid recovery after natural disasters (e.g., wildfire, flood, earthquake, drought, heatwave, etc.). Listos California engages community-based organizations, tribal governments, and Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) to increase resiliency and in-language information accessibility, as well as advance a new culture of emergency preparedness statewide.