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Homelessness Facts

15% of homeless individuals in Santa Cruz County are living in families with children under the age of 18

11% of the local homeless population are veterans of the U.S. Military

SANTA CRUZ CONNECT

New Name: Same Vision

2016 marked a change in for Project Homeless Connect. We have changed the name to Santa Cruz Connect to reflect the wider diversity of the clients that we serve. You can see that change reflected in the web site header banner and the logo.


July 18th, 2017 Santa Cruz Connect event!

July 18, 2017 Santa Cruz Connect will be at the Santa Cruz Bible Church located at 440 Frederick Street in Santa Cruz. This year’s event will start at 10:00 am and will continue until 4:00 pm. 

To volunteer for the Santa Cruz event click here

If you are a provider of Homeless services, please click here to contact complete the participation request form.


2016 marks the 2nd Annual Watsonville Connect event!

We are busy planning our second annual event in South County. The event will be held Friday November 18th, 2016 at the Watsonville Veterans Memorial Hall. Please see links below image to download posters or flyers for the event (available in English and Spanish).

Event Posters & Flyers:

 

 

The SCC Event Organizing Committee hopes to continue with our SCC efforts until every day is a homeless connect day and we can house and support folks before they become homeless.

Watsonville Event:

Friday, November 18, 2016
Watsonvill Veteran Memorial Hall, Watsonville 
To volunteer for the Watsonville event click here

If you are a provider of Homeless services, please click here to contact complete the participation request form. 

Hours (Watsonville): 11am to 5pm


Watch the short video below to learn about Santa Cruz Connect.

The video describes the event and highlights some of the positive impact it has for clients, providers and community volunteers