Collaboration for Change ending homelessness

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The South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH) works with agencies across San Antonio and Bexar County to end homelessness.

As the local Continuum of Care Lead Agency; SARAH is charged to create an improved service system that effectively provides support, coordination, and housing to all homeless populations within San Antonio and Bexar County, with a primary focus on moving individuals and families out of homelessness efficiently and permanently.

Our goal is for homelessness to be a rare, brief, and nonrecurring event.

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"The South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH) will receive a $6.8 million grant to create new and beef up existing programs aimed at ending youth homelessness in San Antonio."
"The South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless has received nearly $6.8 million in grant money from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development but securing the funding is just the start of the task at hand."
"A San Antonio homeless care non-profit received almost $7 million in federal grant money today to combat youth homelessness in the city."
"The federal government awarded San Antonio almost $7 million Thursday to come up with a plan and work to end homelessness for young adults."
There's a new campaign to help those in need in San Antonio called Change the Way We Give
The homeless population in Bexar County decreased by 6 percent over the last year, according to a report released last week by the San Antonio Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH).
The number of homeless people in the city has declined, but San Antonio still has a problem.
The South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless met on Thursday to talk about the results of this year's count of the homeless population
The 2019 "Point in Time" Count shows more families are living on the streets, but it does note positive changes in overall homelessness throughout the city.
The South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless released its numbers for a recent homeless count on Tuesday. San Antonio’s overall homelessness has reduced by 6 percent.
Se busca entender mejor las necesidades de los indigentes para así ofrecerles mejores servicios.
"How many people are currently homeless in Bexar County? How many of them are families, youth, or veterans? All of these questions are assessed through the annual point-in-time count..."
"Hundreds of volunteers overnight took part in a meticulous effort to count San Antonio's homeless population, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports..."
"The government is now temporarily reopened but the shutdown is still having effects on local agencies who rely on federal systems and funding..."
"Hundreds of volunteers are taking part in what's known as the Point in Time count, an annual census designed to keep track of the number of homeless people in our community..."
"The annual point-in-time count to survey the City's homeless population was underway Thursday. Hundreds of volunteers spread out across the city in search of homeless individuals and camps..."
"Alrededor de 400 voluntarios, con colaboración de la policía, realizarán un censo a personas sin hogar para conocer sus necesidades y poder prestarles ayuda..."
"Local agencies and organizations are teaming up to reach out to those who are living on San Antonio's streets..."
"The South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless (SARAH), an organization that supports agencies across the city and county to end homelessness, is leading the annual Point-in-Time (PIT) Count for San Antonio and Bexar county from 5 p.m. to midnight..."
"About 400 volunteers will take to streets of San Antonio and Bexar County Thursday night. They’re going to be taking part in the South Alamo Regional Alliance for the Homeless annual Homeless Point-in-Time Count..."