1300 of these are Veterans. These numbers are arguably very low as the point in count counters failed to count people and families living in cars! The county considers these people to have “Shelter”.
It is our mission to put a end to the epidemic of homelessness among our veterans.
No veteran that has served our country should have to sleep along side of freeways, in downtown doorways, under bridges, in tents on busy city streets, or in brush in canyons and parks.
It is our goal through individual advocacy, mentoring, and a “hand up” approach that our homeless veterans will finally realize the peace of having their own home.
Our advocacy will help our veterans with each step of turning their lives in a positive direction.