>> Affordable and comfortable community living is available to all people without question.
>> Mental health challenges are not stigmatized or criminalized by society, and where those with serious mental health challenges are not forced into isolation or stripped of their independence.
>> Community and peer mental health services are affordable and accessible to all, especially to members of color and low-income communities.
>> All people are treated with dignity and respect.
>> Not having a home, having chronic illness or facing substance use challenges are addressed with compassion and understood as the symptoms of inequality.
>> Housing and healthcare are human rights and are the foundations of healing and recovery.
Budget & Finance Committee
Supervisors Haney, Safai, Mar
Budget & Appropriations Committee
Supervisors Haney, Safai, Mar, Ronen, Walton
Government Audit & Oversight Committee
Supervisors Preston, Chan, Mandelman
Land Use & Transportation Committee
Supervisors Melgar, Preston, Peskin
Joint City, School District, and City College Select Committee
Supervisors Ronen, Safai, Haney (Alternate)
Public Safety and Neighborhood Services Committee
Supervisors Mar, Stefani, Haney
Supervisors Peskin, Mandelman, Chan
Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo)
Commissioners Pollock, Singh (Alternate)
Public Utilities Revenue Bond Oversight Committee
Members Leale, Tang, Holober, Kamp
Youth, Young Adults, and Families Committee
Supervisors Ronen, Safai, Melgar
Conard House is proud to support California (CA) State Assembly Bill 71, also known as the “Bring California Home Act.” This bill is sponsored by Assembly Member Luz Rivas and calls for CA to invest $2.4 billion annually in new funding for homelessness solutions.
This new legislation would have an enormous impact as it would, for the first time, establish a statewide approach and permanent source of funding to counteract the systemic pattern of homelessness in California.
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