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Eviction Bans Waning, People Facing Heightened Risk of Homelessness

With the insecurity of working in COVID-19, community leaders identified that housing insecurity and ultimately homelessness could drastically increase if left unaddressed. Consequently, many governments stated eviction bans to insulate individuals from the increased risk of homelessness. However, as we slowly enter a post-COVID context, eviction bans are beginning to wane, and the risk of …

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Primary Causes of Homelessness in the Bay Area

Arguably having one of the highest homeless populations in the nation, San Francisco reported 8,035 homeless individuals in the 2019 point-in-time street and shelter count. Out of these individuals, 5,180 were unsheltered, while 2,855 were sheltered. The total number was an increase of 1,177 from the previous count in 2017.   Despite the city’s efforts to house more …

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