At the November Board meeting, members voted to form a workgroup on houselessness (used interchangeably here with homelessness) issues.
As a contributor to the workgroup, I personally have no preconceived expectations about the role that SNA might have in homelessness issues. I have no expertise in sociology, economics, public policy, or any other field that might qualify one to recommend actions in dealing with poverty. But there is obviously still work to be done to alleviate suffering among the houseless members of our community, and all that’s required to join the conversation is a bit of compassion and empathy. Continue reading “Homelessness Issues Workgroup”