We've put together the following list of helpful websites, reports, and data for our community to gain a better understanding of the issue of homelessness and our work. Still have questions? Use the form below and we'll get back to you!
DATA & RESOURCES
WE'VE PUT TOGETHER A COLLECTION OF ARTICLES, REPORTS & RESOURCES THAT WE HOPE YOU FIND HELPFUL. STILL HAVE A QUESTION? USE THE FORM BELOW AND WE'LL GET BACK TO YOU.
The National Alliance to End Homelessness is a nonpartisan organization committed to preventing and ending homelessness in the United States.
Org Code Consulting works with non-profits, government, private companies and non-governmental organizations and is the leading authority on the housing first approach to ending homelessness.
CSH is the national leader in supportive housing, focusing it on person-centered growth, recovery and success that contributes to the health and wellbeing of the entire community.
Orange County United Way, Jamboree, and UCI created a collaborative study on the cost of homelessness in Orange County.
Click below to view a presentation by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on how homeless men and women are assessed and referred for permanent housing.
Friendship Shelter works to end homelessness in our community, one person at a time through two housing-focused shelters and a permanent supportive housing program. Click below to view the year-end report for program and financial highlights.
Friendship Shelter works to end homelessness in our community, one person at a time through two housing-focused shelters and a permanent supportive housing program. Our staff works with each person who walks through our doors to assess and source the most appropriate housing solution to permanently end their homelessness.
Every man and woman who walks through the doors of one of our two shelter programs works with our housing navigation staff to find the most appropriate permanent housing for them. Click below to learn more.
We started our first permanent supportive housing program in 2014 housing our first 18 men and women. Today, it is our largest program with 87 people housed throughout southern Orange County. Click below to read more about the process.
Have a question? Fill out the form below and a Friendship Shelter staff member will get back to you.
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