San Diego County, CA approves the development of a homeless shelter matching app
San Diego County, CA Homeless Shelter Matching App
County supervisors allocated $300,000 for the app's development by Caravan Studios. The app populates the current availability and resources for every shelter in San Diego County. Social workers, police officers, and service providers match unhoused residents with temporary accommodations fitting their needs through the app. This first-in-the-country project is modeled after the Safe Shelter Collaborative, a platform matching victims of domestic violence with safe locations in minutes.
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San Diego County to Fund Homeless Resource App
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors has approved funds for an app that will allow outreach workers, paramedics, law enforcement officers and others to match homeless people with available shelter.
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