For the Southern California Association of Non Profit Housing’s (SCANPH) annual conference, Senior Policy Analyst Sara Kimberlin delivered a presentation that looked at the profile of poverty and housing needs at the local, regional, and statewide level, as well as local and state housing policies that can make a difference in addressing the challenges low-income households face.
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TemplateAll California children deserve to grow up in a state where their basic needs are met. CalWORKs is a key part of the California safety net designed to provide families with low incomes financial support to meet their basic needs. However, state policies that reinforce counterproductive federal work requirements limit families’ access to this program. … ContinuedHealth & Safety Net
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