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Virtual Public Forum on Homelessness in Walnut Creek, November 10
Speakers, panel discussion, Q&A to offer information, resources, and answers regarding homelessness in our communities
By: Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force
The fall event is designed to give community members and business owners an opportunity to learn about the actions being taken in Walnut Creek and Contra Costa County to address homelessness. Expert speakers and panelists from the City, County, and Trinity Center will discuss facts about homelessness, causes of homelessness, problems experienced by the homeless and the community, and possible paths and solutions to issues that result from homelessness in our neighborhoods.
They will also discuss the current challenges faced by the homeless and homeless services workers during the health crisis. During Q&A, panelists will take questions from virtual attendees through a Q&A moderator, who will monitor e-mailed questions.
Forum speakers and panelists include Walnut Creek Mayor Loella Haskew; Walnut Creek Mayor pro tem Kevin Wilk; Jaime Jenett, Contra Costa Health Services; Police Manager Mardy Beggs-Cassin, Walnut Creek Police Department; Marjolein Daas, Trinity Center; and Lisa Thomas, CORE (Coordinated Outreach Referral, Engagement).
Donna Colombo, Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force, will be the forum's moderator. Q&A will follow the panel discussion.
The November forum will be held virtually via Zoom. While the event is free, registration is required by visiting www.wchomelesstaskforce.org, or e-mailing wchomelessctf@
Virtual Forum on Homelessness in Walnut Creek
Presented by the Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Free, but registration is required to receive the Zoom link
Visit www.wchomelesstaskforce.org, or email wchomelessctf@
Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force, www.wchomelesstaskforce.org
Mindful of the needs of the Walnut Creek community and the City's quality of life, the mission of the Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force is to seek compassionate solutions to homelessness and work collaboratively with local and regional organizations to develop safety net services and the means for affordable supportive housing.
Members of the Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force include those representing the City of Walnut Creek; Walnut Creek Police Department; Contra Costa County services; local businesses; nonprofit, charitable, and faith-based organizations;
Walnut Creek Homeless Task Force