$5.5 Million in Homelessness Solution Funding Available from the County of San Luis Obispo 
Date: 2/13/2024 9:49:51 AM
The County of San Luis Obispo looks to address local homelessness with funding aimed at homeless services and housing solutions.
Community Invited to Learn About New Effort to House Homeless Living in Encampments of San Luis Obispo
Date: 7/11/2023 4:30:00 PM
A Community Info Session on the Welcome Home Village, a new supportive housing community coming to San Luis Obispo, on August 30th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm.
County Announces Official Closure Date for Oklahoma Site
Date: 2/5/2024 4:11:23 PM
People living at the Oklahoma Parking Site are asked to work with case managers as the County of San Luis Obispo prepares to close the site on March 18, 2024.
County of SLO Seeks Volunteers for Local Point-in-Time Count
Date: 12/1/2023 2:01:43 PM
The County needs hundreds of volunteers as it prepares to participate in a nationally coordinated count of people living on the streets or in shelters, known as the Point-in-Time Count.
County Requests Community Input to Identify Key Needs for SLO County Housing and Homelessness
Date: 11/1/2023 1:30:26 PM
Survey results will dictate how federal dollars are used to meet community development needs in San Luis Obispo County.
New Leadership Positions Elected for 2024 Homeless Services Oversight Committee
Date: 1/29/2024 1:30:11 PM
Five new leaders have been elected to the County's homeless service coordination body.
SLO County & City Partner on Homeless Encampment Solutions for Bob Jones Bike Trail
Date: 7/11/2023 3:30:00 PM
The County and City of San Luis Obispo are taking a community-building approach to reducing homeless encampments in San Luis Obispo next year.
VA Awards $3.5 Million to Reduce Veteran Homelessness in SLO County
Date: 9/6/2023 10:18:18 AM
Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo and Good Samaritan Shelter receive VA boost for SLO County homeless Veteran services.

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  • If you suspect there is an emergency requiring immediate intervention, call 911
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