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The Cost of Homelessness
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The Silicon Valley Triage Tool is a new and highly accurate screening tool capable of predicting the high cost users in our public safety net system and allows communities to prioritize them for supportive housing. Forecasting the future costs of homeless residents means critical, lifesaving interventions can be provided to the most vulnerable in our community. Using the Triage Tool means communities can spend less resources while achieving better outcomes.
The Mercury News covered the release of the Silicon Valley Triage Tool.
In Santa Clara County, 7,500 people are without a home on any given night. Of those, 2,500 are considered chronically homeless. The solution is this: permanent, sustainable housing for all, and resources built to last for the long term. It’s time to stop managing homelessness, and end it.
We are achieving this by moving forward with a three pronged Community Plan to End Homelessness Community Plan to End Homelessness.
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