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When things were at their worst after losing our home in the wildfires, the people at Habitat for Humanity and Restore stepped in and donated everything we …

In the past few weeks the airwaves were flooded with reports of a mother of four on welfare in the UK decrying living in a …

Local media sources KSRO and The Press Democrat reported on recent city government efforts to reduce homelessness in the North Bay. More than $250,000 has …

(World Economic Forum) The “humble” shipping container popped up on the radar for the World Economic Forum, in an August 2019 blog post about promising applications in …

The Bay Area ranks third behind New York and Los Angeles in homelessness, according to homeless trends issued in a groundbreaking report by the Bay Area Council. New York with 76,500 homeless ranks first, followed by Los Angeles with 55,200, and the San Francisco Bay Area ranks third with 28,200.

FastCompany in 2018 covered a 22-unit building leased by the University of California. The modular, stackable container homes would come fully built inside and put together like legos in four days, a process that would take a year with traditional building methods.

Denver will take up a decision to allow tiny home villages across the city, like one opened in 2018 that allowed 20 people to escape …

Despite a recent 1.5 percent reduction in its homeless population and  moves to clear out homeless encampments in the past year, Sonoma County  is among …

Homelessness in Sonoma County, California

Habitat for Humanity has been a tireless advocate for the homeless and a recent blog post by Robert Hickey, Habitat for Humanity International director of housing policy development and analysis, sheds light on new trends in homelessness.

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