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City to Open Second "Tuff Shed Shelter" Site at 27th and Northgate

Ongoing pilot aims to expand on success of first site, allowing residents to receive basic services while working with case managers to transition into transitional housing facilities and permanent housing

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Mayor Schaaf Announces $1.5 Billion Legislation to Address Homeless Crisis

California’s “Big 11” mayors and bi-partisan state lawmakers announce AB 3171

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Mayor Schaaf Joins U.S. Mayors and CEOs to Launch New Push to Protect, Expand Federal Investment in Affordable Housing and Homeless Services

Mayors and CEOs to Launch New Push to Protect, Expand Federal Investment in Affordable Housing and Homeless Services

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Mayor Schaaf Seeks More Federal Resources for Affordable Housing, Homelessness Crisis

Mayor Libby Schaaf will attend the US Conference of Mayors in Washington DC this week to seek more federal resources to address the homelessness crisis and affordable housing.

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In the Name of Love: The 16th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

In the Name of Love: The 16th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is an extensive civic and cultural event bringing our diverse community together to honor, through music, the inspirational teachings of the great Dr. King.

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Presentation of The Oakland Citizen Humanitarian Award to Ms. Wendy Jackson at “In the Name of Love”

On Sunday, January 14, 2018 from 7:00-9:30 pm at the Oakland Scottish Rite Center, 1547 Lakeside Dr., Oakland, CA 94612, Ms. Wendy Jackson will be presented with the Oakland Citizen Humanitarian Award for her outstanding work on behalf of the Oakland community at “In the Name of Love”, the 16th Annual Musical Tribute honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., an extensive civic and cultural event that pays homage through music, to one of the greatest humanitarians of our time.

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#OYACgivesback Youth-Led Project Grants Available

The City of Oakland Human Services Department’s Youth Advisory Commission (OYAC) is excited to release the second cycle of the #OYACgivesback Youth-to-Youth Mini-Grant Application: Supporting Community Resiliency and Healing for Oakland.

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Contracts Awarded to Staff City’s First Outdoor Temporary Bridge Housing Site

City Council awards contracts to two local non-profits who will provide social services and site management at Oakland’s first outdoor navigation center.

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Mayor Schaaf to Push for Increase in Funding for Homeless Services, Housing, and Infrastructure in Washington, D.C.

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf traveled to Washington D.C. today to meet with federal lawmakers to increase funding for homeless services, affordable housing, and infrastructure improvements

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Mayor Schaaf Boosts Budget to Fight Homelessness, Invests $185 Million to Address Crisis

Mayor Schaaf announced three new investments in the proposed 2017-2019 City Budget to fight homelessness, bringing the total proposed funds to address the crisis to $185 million.

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