WVNAH General Meeting

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MEETING OBJECTIVES:

  • Welcome Council District 4 to WVNAH
  • Discussion and Updates on upcoming WVNAH events
  • Voting Review for approved members* on City Council Files and other issues
  • West Valley housing update
  • Discussion and updates by WVNAH Committees

AGENDA:

  1. Opening comments and welcome – Tom Booth
  2. Welcome to new Neighborhood Council Board Member
    1. Welcome to Council District 4 to the West Valley
  3. Comments from elected officials
  4. LAHSA – Corinne Ho, Community Relations Coordination
    1. Total number of open beds and waitlist in the West SFV for PRK/PHK, Bridge housing & Tiny Homes or other interim housing
    2. Challenge of COVID outbreaks at temporary shelter facilities
    3. Update on Homeless Count – Date change tentatively to February 22nd
  5. Discussion and possible action on support CIS 21-1415 – Naloxone distribution
  6. Discussion and possible action on the support of RV Safe Parking in the West SFV
  7. Updates on upcoming WVNAH events a. Discussion and possible action on holding or partnering election debates on Unhoused Crisis
  8. Discussion and updates on WVNAH Committees:
    1. Outreach Committee/Communications Joint Committee – Olivia Naturman, Tom Booth, Stephanie Mills (Northridge East NC), and Ray Cole (Canoga Park NC)
    2. Housing Options/Action Committee – Mihran Kalaydijian (Woodland Hills Warner Center NC)
    3. Legislative Committee – Pat Bates, Loraine Lundquist – WVNAH Legislative Actions tracker
  9. Roundtable comments – Announcements/Wants & Needs
  10. Next meeting date: Sunday, August 28, 2022
  11. Who are we?

    West Valley Neighborhood Alliance on Homelessness

    We are an alliance of community leaders working to address the homelessness crisis in the West San Fernando Valley area. Our alliance consists of appointed Neighborhood Council Homelessness liaisons, government representatives, non-profits representatives, social workers, and concerned community members.

    What are we doing?

    Uniting Our Neighbors

    We are an alliance of the Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils who focus on issues surrounding homelessness in our neighborhoods: the problems, what is being done, what isn’t being done, what services exist, and how the public can get involved.

    Vision:
    To unite and engage our community to urgently solve homelessness

    Mission:
    To increase awareness and encourage collaboration and mutual support among all local residents, businesses, community groups, and elected officials to identify effective and efficient solutions to address the needs of the homeless population and mitigate its impact on neighborhoods in the West San Fernando Valley by leveraging and synergizing resources at the County, City, and State level.

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