Facing a homelessness problem, West Valley residents make a grass-roots push to be part of the solution Los Angeles Daily News PUBLISHED: February 17, 2019 By ANTONIE BOESSENKOOL Last year marked the first drop after three years of increases in the number of homeless people in Los Angeles. But in the San Fernando Valley, the number of … Continue reading Los Angeles Daily News article PUBLISHED: February 17, 2019
Are you frustrated over the homelessness crisis? Do you want to know what is being done about it? If you were able to come, this event was one of the many public Homeless Forums held in the West Valley. Events like these allow the participants to learn about the current solutions being enacted around the … Continue reading Public Forum on Homelessness Solutions | December 1, 2018
Once again Sisters on the Streets attended the Homeless Connect Day held at Bridge To Home, a Santa Clarita Winter Shelter/ feeding and shower site. All major providers were in attendance as well as some new organizations! West Valley food bank handed out snacks, nice! We met with a non profit who was doing women's … Continue reading November 2018- Connect Day
October 2018 Homeless Connect Day was held at Our Prince Of Peace in Woodland Hills! LA Family Housing organized a great event with the support of Councilman Bob Blumenfield. Sisters on the Streets was set up in the outside courtyard along with other giveaway booths such as Empowered Gifts, Hope Mill, Operation Blankets Of Love and … Continue reading October 2018 Connect Day
This months connect day was hosted at LA Valley College! Sisters on the Streets had a great set up outside of Monarch Hall, while all the other providers were inside helping people signup for signing up for services. We had 8 volunteers help distribute our giveaways. We had plenty of items to give (pads, tampons, … Continue reading September 2018 Connect Day
Alycia organized for community kids to get together at the Sylmar Neighborhood Council Office to put together hygiene packs for our outreach! Getting them involved in the community and sharing the idea of ” there is no them, there is only us”.
Sisters on the Streets was able to meet with the Valley Korean UMC English Ministry Young Adults group! We presented our mission and shared stories of the street. We recommended ways to help the community and then they helped make hygiene packs for our outreach! If you would like us to speak to your group … Continue reading Meeting with the Youth! | Valley Korean UMC English Ministry Young Adults group