We work alongside local partners to deepen our shared understanding of community needs and support collective action in addressing housing instability and homelessness in the Bay Area.
Shining a Light
The first step in supporting homeless youth and families is understanding the obstacles they face in securing stable housing. In addition to our continued community engagement, we work with institutions like the John W. Gardner Center at Stanford University and the UCLA Center for the Transformation of Schools to deepen the field’s knowledge of homelessness in our community.
Building Local Capacity
The more we learn about children, youth, and families who are experiencing homelessness, the greater our responsibility to address their needs. We work to engage individuals with lived experience, and to increase local providers’ capacity to offer responsive and community-centered services.
Organizations across San Mateo County work tirelessly to address housing instability and serve the homeless population. We bring these groups together so they can leverage the power of a coordinated, collaborative approach to their community solutions.