“The first order of business is to get people into a safe and decent place,” he said. “It’s a humanitarian crisis in the city of San Jose. We think we can create a pilot and model here that would be transferable to other jurisdictions.” – NPH Policy Director Michael Lane quoted in this Mercury News article on San Jose’s new law that makes the city the first to allow “tiny homes” for people experiencing homelessness.
NPH supported and provided technical assistance on this legislation, AB 2176 (Campos), which helps tackle San Jose’s homelessness crisis by providing immediate housing solutions while cities build out their permanent housing stock.
This article also appeared in the Santa Cruz Sentinel.