Berkeley Homeless Task Force
Mission: The Berkeley Homeless Task Force is a community-led process bringing together service providers, homeless persons, students, business owners, and the broader community to identify challenges towards addressing homelessness and together to develop a plan for improved services, housing opportunities and other programs to serve Berkeley's homeless population. Established in the summer of 2013, the goal of the task force is to bring stakeholders together to discuss common goals and to develop a community vision towards addressing homelessness. The Task Force will develop a report to the Berkeley City Council with program, policy and funding recommendations to improve services to the homeless.
All Task Force meetings are open to the public and everyone is invited to participate.
Meeting Agendas & Minutes
2013 Agendas and Minutes
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August 15, 2013 Inaugural Meeting US Interagency Council Presentation
City of Berkeley/Everyone Home Presentation
April 2, 2013 Staff Report for City Council Worksession on Homelessness
Powerpoint Presentation presented at April 2, 2013 Council Work Session on Homelessness
Video of April 2, 2013 City Council Work Session
Alameda County Everyone Home Plan
2009 Berkeley Homeless Count Preliminary Data
2012 County Achieving Outcomes report
Opening Doors Federal Strategic Plan to End Homelessness