Tent Cities in America - National Coalition for the Homeless

70. 2007. Permanent. Temporary. City. Approval. Tents. River Haven. Community. Ventura, CA. 21. 2005. Permanent. City. Conditional. Use Permit. U-Domes .... for use, computer and internet access, a heated common area with a library, and a space for social ...... By limiting their ruling to a technical, land-use question, the ...
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Tent Cities in America A Pacific Coast Report March, 2010

A Report From

National Coalition for the Homeless www.nationalhomeless.org

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A Report From

National Coalition for the Homeless www.nationalhomeless.org March, 2010

Acknowledgements Many thanks to the staff, fellows, interns and volunteers of the National Coalition for the Homeless who helped prepare this report. Special thanks to: Christopher Herring, Research Fellow Lauren Tatro, Student Intern, College of the Holy Cross, class of 2010 Katherine Streit, Student Intern, American University, class of 2011 Michael Stoops, Director of Community Organizing, National Coalition for the Homeless Neil J. Donovan, Executive Director, National Coalition for the Homeless

National Coalition for the Homeless wishes to thank the additional research support provided by its contributing national members, as well as representatives and citizens of tent cities across the nation.

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The National Coalition for the Homeless The National Coalition for the Homeless, founded in 1982, works to bring about social change necessary to prevent and end homelessness and to protect the rights of people experiencing homelessness. NCH achieves this by engaging our membership in policy advocacy, capacity building, and sharing solutions to homelessness with the greater community. NCH is a national network of people who are currently or formerly homeless, activists and advocates, service providers, and others committed to ending homelessness. We are committed to creating the systemic and attitudinal changes necessary to prevent and end homelessness and working to meet the immediate needs of people who are currently experiencing homelessness.

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National Field Staff (Cont.) Joshua Castro

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Margaret Djekovic

R. Dawn Riley

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