Water, Sanitation, and Trash
Stable housing that people can afford, with appropriate services and support, is what ends homelessness. However, providing sanitation stations, water delivery and trash services to encampments provides us the opportunity to ensure immediate safer and more hygienic conditions for our neighbors experiencing homelessness to maintain their basic health needs. The absence of these basic services presents a public health hazard to people experiencing homelessness, as well as heightened risk to broader community health and environmental concerns. Our outreach to persons experiencing unsheltered homelessness for these below services centers a harm reduction, trauma informed approach as we deliver and maintain key health and survival resources.
Data for services below is monthly: