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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Anthony Carrasco

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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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The city of Berkeley will receive a $4.7 million grant to rehouse 45 individuals who currently reside in encampments, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday.
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The city of Berkeley will receive a $4.7 million grant to rehouse 45 individuals who currently reside in encampments, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday.
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Since 2017, UC Berkeley has employed Ari Neulight as a social worker to support members of the unhoused community around campus.
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Since 2017, UC Berkeley has employed Ari Neulight as a social worker to support members of the unhoused community around campus.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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As the world enters the second winter of the COVID-19 pandemic, the city of Berkeley’s homeless shelters remain at reduced capacity and continue to have pandemic precautions in place, with more people in need of shelter than there are beds available.
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A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes.
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A lot has changed in Berkeley’s housing landscape since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Housing prices have increased, while residents have had to adapt to ongoing policy changes.
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At a Clean California project Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a statewide day of action and an initiative that will allocate $1.1 billion to state and local beautification.
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At a Clean California project Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a statewide day of action and an initiative that will allocate $1.1 billion to state and local beautification.
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Berkeley’s first 24-hour sheltered space for the unhoused community is opening July 1 in West Berkeley, operated by Dorothy Day House in partnership with Rebuilding Together East Bay-North and the city of Berkeley.
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Berkeley’s first 24-hour sheltered space for the unhoused community is opening July 1 in West Berkeley, operated by Dorothy Day House in partnership with Rebuilding Together East Bay-North and the city of Berkeley.
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Given California’s sizable unhoused population and community-based reports of undercounting, it stands to reason that California might have kept a seat in Congress if the 2020 census accurately counted the unhoused population.
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Given California’s sizable unhoused population and community-based reports of undercounting, it stands to reason that California might have kept a seat in Congress if the 2020 census accurately counted the unhoused population.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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Each day, more than 100 members of Berkeley’s homeless community rely on Dorothy Day House to eat breakfast and lunch, do laundry, shower and place their possessions in lockers — however, the nonprofit would not be able to do this without Measure P funds.
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