The mission of the Chico Housing Action Team is to ensure that every person in our community has access to fair and adequate shelter and sanitation.
Second edition of news affecting homeless people locally.
Thanks to Chico Enterprise-Record for adopting a moderate perspective on how our community should respond to the crisis of homelessness.
"We urge people to solve this problem without sacrificing their humanity. We believe you can indeed have it both ways."
With an all-volunteer team and countless donations of food, supplies, and funds from private sources, a hot meal and shelter between 7pm and 6am was provided for 50 nights.
Average nightly guests for 19 nights in December: 33
Average nightly guests for 31 nights in January: 45
Total nights offered: 50 Total Guest stays: 2,028
Cold, Wet weather has arrived. Shalom Free Clinic needs YOUR help! In order to give back to people in need they are looking to the kind hearts and compassion of friends and family. Below find a list of urgent items needed.
The city of West Sacramento plans an ambitious pilot project that would move about 70 homeless people currently living along the North Levee riverbank into motels in that city while the Yolo County Housing Agency attempts to find long-term solutions to their homelessness.
Monday, December 1st at 101 Salem Street, ste 250 (above Celestino’s)
Elevator access in courtyard. City parking across Salem St.
Doors open at 6:15, meeting starts promptly at 6:30 and should run until about 8:30.