Sonoma County sees 22 percent reduction in homelessness from last year

Sonoma County is touting its annual 2023 Point-In-Time count of people experiencing homelessness, citing a 22 percent decline in overall homelessness and a 24 percent decline in people who had been designated "chronically" homeless from the previous year, the county said Wednesday.   

San Jose will start clearing unhoused people from Coyote Creek Monday

Starting Monday, the City of San Jose plans to help rehouse 120-200 people living along the waterway. Valley Water says it will make flood improvements along the waterway, but advocates say with limited shelter space and housing, the people living there won’t have any place to go.

California city to provide services to homeless encampment

For decades, major cities across California have been grappling with homelessness, a problem that has only worsened in recent years as a housing shortage has increased rents and made it difficult to find an affordable place to live