YOLO COUNTY DA JEFF REISIG UNVEILS PLAN TO REDUCE HOMELESSNESS

YOLO COUNTY DA JEFF REISIG UNVEILS PLAN TO REDUCE HOMELESSNESS

By WOODLAND DAILY DEMOCRAT | November 25, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.   Yolo County District Attorney Jeff Reisig has proposed plan to reduce homelessness, which his office called “an exploding humanitarian crisis affecting almost every community in California.” “Too many people suffering from severe mental...

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WOODLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT LEADS COMMUNITY CONVERSATION ON HOMELESSNESS

WOODLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT LEADS COMMUNITY CONVERSATION ON HOMELESSNESS

By CARLOS GUERRERO | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: November 11, 2020 at 11:42 a.m. | UPDATED: November 11, 2020 at 11:46 a.m.   The Woodland Police Department continued its Community Safety Conversations featuring Police Chief Derrek Kaff, where he, alongside a panel, listened and answered questions from viewers about homelessness. Held...

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THE START OF SOMETHING GOOD: THE FIRST EMPTY BOWLS

THE START OF SOMETHING GOOD: THE FIRST EMPTY BOWLS

Indeed, it was the start of something good 14 years ago on October 19, 2006! On that date, the new emergency shelter on Fourth Street had been completed. Before officially opening for guests, the first Empty Bowls fundraiser was...

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WOODLAND HOMELESS SHELTER A ‘PARADIGM SHIFT’

WOODLAND HOMELESS SHELTER A ‘PARADIGM SHIFT’

Project could set a trend in providing services to homeless By JIM SMITH | [email protected] | Woodland Daily Democrat PUBLISHED: September 22, 2020 at 2:11 a.m. | UPDATED: September 23, 2020 at 4:23 p.m.   A $2.3 million emergency homeless shelter could set a trend across California for...

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WALTER’S HOUSE: HOLDING, EDUCATING, SUPPORTING

WALTER’S HOUSE: HOLDING, EDUCATING, SUPPORTING

Walter’s House is Fourth & Hope’s residential substance use disorder treatment program for men and women. This clinical program is certified by Medi-Cal and accredited by CARF (the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities). On average, 250 people annually...

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A NOTE TO OUR COMMUNITY OF HOPE

A NOTE TO OUR COMMUNITY OF HOPE

These last months have been filled with challenges and uncertainty - and hope. We are doing all we can to sustain services for our community and our most vulnerable neighbors. While a lot of uncertainty remains, we know that...

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100 BEDS – E. BEAMER ST. PROJECT MOVING AHEAD

100 BEDS – E. BEAMER ST. PROJECT MOVING AHEAD

You may have seen some recent activity near the corner of County Road 102 and E. Beamer St. The City of Woodland has begun developing a 1.25-acre parcel of city-owned land for the purpose of constructing a new emergency...

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SPECIAL COVID-19 HELP

SPECIAL COVID-19 HELP

You can make double the difference in the lives of the people Fourth & Hope serves, as we strive to meet the ongoing challenge of being an essential service in the time of COVID-19. For the next 3 months, your...

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