It’s Time To Reverse the Cycle of Homelessness in California.
Join the fight to house every Californian.
We’re Bring CA Home, and we’re proud to be a diverse coalition of homelessness advocates, local governments, nonprofits, affordable housing providers, and grassroots community organizations dedicated to reversing the cycle of homelessness in California.
California is the 5th largest economy in the world, but our homelessness crisis threatens the future of the California dream. The COVID-19 public health and economic crisis has threatened the lives of thousands of Californians experiencing homelessness, who lack access to resources to keep them safe from the virus.
Californians homeless on any given night
1 in 4
homeless Americans live in California
of California voters want our state government to address homelessness
We know what works to end homelessness, and we need our leaders across all sectors to invest in proven solutions. That’s why Bring CA Home is currently supporting AB 71, California Assemblymember Luz Rivas’ legislation calling for $2.4 billion to reverse the cycle of homelessness across our state.
Right now, California has no statewide strategy or long-term, guaranteed funding needed to end homelessness, and that needs to change. AB 71 could help tens of thousands of people on the brink of homelessness stay in their homes, and access both safe shelter and the critical services they need to find a permanent, stable place to call home.
WHAT'S OUR PLAN?
As we envision a way to a stronger California, it’s imperative that fighting homelessness is a part of our recovery. We’re supporting a transformational approach to tackle homelessness with investment at scale, bold solutions, and continued funding--just like Governor Newsom called for his 2020 State of the State.