Municipal Staff Forum on Regional Homelessness
There is an alarming increase in the numbers of people experiencing homelessness. The impending wave of people who may experience homelessness when the moratorium is lifted could easily overwhelm the infrastructure in place. This threatens the region’s stability and ability to offer viable opportunities for all people to attain housing and prosperity while giving back to their communities. Your feedback is needed to vet strategies that will strengthen the region’s infrastructure to address homelessness. The goals of the strategies are to reduce the numbers of people experiencing homelessness, geographically disperse access to homeless assistance programs throughout the region, and strengthen the safety net for all people.
Join us to share your thoughts and to explore what actions can be taken to help people access housing options throughout the region. The information gathered at the forum will shape regional, coordinated efforts to end homelessness.
This forum is co-hosted by the Maricopa Association of Governments and the Regional Collaborative on Homelessness. The partners of the Collaborative include the Arizona Housing Coalition, Arizona State University (ASU) Action Nexus, Maricopa Association of Governments, Maricopa County Human Services Department, Valley of the Sun United Way, and Vitalyst Health Foundation. Arizona Town Hall is sharing their expertise in facilitation, recording, and reporting for this forum.
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materials to be posted soon, including the agenda.
Attend through ZOOM online conferencing.
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Regional Collaborative on Homelessness