Homelessness and Housing

After the California city didn’t open a warming shelter amid a major wind and rain storm, two unhoused people were found dead.
Millions of Americans are bracing for possible eviction during the coronavirus pandemic. But few cities guarantee they'll get an attorney in housing court.
There have been steep rises in people living in temporary accommodation since Covid hit.
Lawmakers from California, Oregon, Washington and Hawaii warned of “an eviction cliff that could leave millions homeless in the middle of a deadly pandemic.”
The “Red Kettle” isn’t going away. It’s online, and it’s essential.
Paid for by The Salvation Army
Renters covered through the COVID-19 executive order must meet four criteria.
“You took from him his only possession: his dignity as a human being,” the judge told John Rabago while sentencing him to four years in prison.
The estimated 14,000 people experiencing homelessness in the city need care more than ever as COVID-19 spreads.
Kicking people out of encampments doesn't help public health during the COVID-19 pandemic or ever, advocates say.
The senator and former Democratic presidential candidate introduced her newest legislation to mitigate the effects of the outbreak on the most vulnerable.