CA - San Diego


San Diego, California

Ten Year Plan | August 2, 2006

Files: PDF | 355 KB | 29 pages

In 2004, San Diego County launched its plan, “Plan to End Chronic Homelessness in the San Diego Region” which outlines strategies to eliminate chronic homelessness by 2012. The core of the San Diego plan focuses on two elements: the Housing First/Housing Plus model which has documented success in other communities, and strategies aimed at homelessness prevention. To successfully implement these strategies, San Diego has identified five strategic planning areas:
  1. Identify and Secure Sufficient Affordable Housing
  2. Develop Housing Plus Wrap-Around Services Model
  3. Strengthen Intervention, Outreach, and Case Management
  4. Implement a System Wide Data Collection, Evaluation, and Sharing Plan
  5. Establish Regional Access and Intervention Centers