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April 1, 2023

The Break-Up of the Nuclear Family

Written By:  Tiffany Hong; LifeMoves Board Member, Fifteen year Volunteer, and Chief Administrative Officer for the Office of the President, Franklin Templeton Investments. As we look at the close of Women’s History Month, the juxtaposition of families, particularly women, and children, is heightened. Growing up in Asia in a family of 10 siblings with strong…
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News
March 7, 2023

Redwood City safe parking program ends

Isabelle Nunes/Daily Journal  Mar 7, 2023  Complaints about RVs cease, all residents find housing Redwood City’s Safe RV Parking Program, an initiative aimed at transitioning RV dwellers into more permanent housing while relieving community concerns, has come to a close two years after it launched. The end of February also marked the official end of…
Press Release
February 9, 2023

Home & Hope is Now LifeMoves

RELEASE DATE:  February 8, 2023 The organization of faith houses working to help unhoused families in their sanctuaries has joined LifeMoves.  MENLO PARK, CA – Home & Hope, a coalition of congregations addressing homelessness in San Mateo and Northern Santa Clara Counties, will now operate under the auspices of LifeMoves, the largest provider of homeless services…
Navigation Center Contruction in Redwood City
News
February 7, 2023

Redwood City, Millbrae and Half Moon Bay Awarded Grants to Help End Homelessness

County Executive’s Office December 13, 2022 Redwood City — The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors today awarded three cities a total of $2.4 million to help end homelessness. Redwood City and Millbrae will expand existing programs that steer individuals and families experiencing homelessness into shelters and services. Half Moon Bay will provide a safe parking area, with…
Millbrae Homeless Program with LifeMoves
News
February 7, 2023

Millbrae homeless program proves effective

Corey Browning Daily Journal staff  Aug 4, 2022 Officials: Aid for people forced off BART exceeds expectations in first 6 months Millbrae’s new program to help unhoused people get off the streets produced promising results in its first six months of operation, city officials reported this week.   The city launched the program at the…