Sacramento Public Library

Let's Talk About: Homelessness

Let's Talk About Homelessness Header



Let's Talk about: Homelessness


Nearly 4,000 of our fellow Sacramentans experience homelessness, and approximately 30% are chronically homeless.*

What can we do as fellow citizens?

What are the barriers to helping those experiencing homelessness?

We’ll answer these questions and more with local professionals on the front lines. Join us as an observer or a thoughtful contributor. The event is yours.
 

Sunday, June 3

1 - 2:30 p.m.
Central Library,

828 I Street, Sacramento

Save your seat for this event

“Homelessness in Sacramento County: Results from the 2017 Point-in-Time Count” 
by California State University, Sacramento and Sacramento Steps Forward



About the discussion panelists

 

Emily_smHeadshot.jpg


Emily Halcon

Homeless Services Coordinator, City of Sacramento


Working out of the Office of the City Manager, Emily coordinates internal and external efforts related to homelessness and helps develop strategic and effective ways to invest City resources toward those efforts. She oversees the City’s development and implementation of the $64 million Pathways to Health and Home program, a unique partnership between government, health care and housing providers that is the cornerstone of a community commitment to end homelessness for 2,000 of the most vulnerable people in Sacramento over the next four years.

 

Peter Bell

Associate Director, Wind Youth Center
 

Amy Dugan

Sacramento Regional Coalition to End Homelessness


Kevin Jones

Case Manager , Volunteers of America Veterans Services



RELATED READING

Back to Top
Back to Top