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Houseless Mapping Project: Identifying Common Characteristics to Meet the Needs of the Region’s Unsheltered - Shared screen with speaker view
Carmen Hernandez
25:15
I think they need to be let in to do that
Alma Vasquez
26:33
home, streets, arrows, locations (gym, home, work, grocery story, social spots)
Mounah Abdel-Samad
47:41
Please post any of you question in the Q&A tab and please feel free to comment in the chat
John Brady
50:58
There is an active campaign for more restrooms throughout the city. Right now we are spending 6.8 million a year to sterilize our sidewalks with bleach.
kuni stearns
50:58
It is not just independence. Many rules & attitudes from staff at shelters are draconian as well as This is the way We (the shelters) do things, if you don't like it, leave. They also look for ways to disengage the clients. Having a vehicle does give an unsheltered person wider range to seek supplies & services. However, if one can not work, there is now assistance in fuel acquisition.
Jennifer Nations
52:51
apologies if I missed it, did any of the participants with cars use safe parking lots? if not, any ideas as to why not? (nothing local, didn't like them, etc)
Jennifer Nations
53:34
thanks
Linda Abarbanell
54:34
Do you see qualitative differences between different demographics or sub-populations within the houseless population in terms of their utilization of space, ability to take advantage of resources, problem-solve, etc.?
kuni stearns
57:08
To Dr. Nations: one challenge w Safe Parking Lots is the trend to have narrow ingress & egress time windows. One has to depart at 0600-0700 and can not arrive in the evening before 1800 but can not arrive after 2100.
kuni stearns
01:02:35
One thing to consider with regards to the range, is imagine packing up your home & taking it with you everyday. How far can you carry it all?
kuni stearns
01:04:33
It is also a self preservation measure to Not be blamed for the refuse.
Talia Vukovich
01:08:21
For a supportive services provider who sees clients on a limited basis, this is a really great way to see what goes on in someone's day after they come utilize your service for a short period of time then leave to go do whatevers next in the day. We just get a small glimpse of their day but 24 hours is a long time when you don't have your own private space to just be and be safe
kuni stearns
01:08:22
Concur Professor. A Leg up is what many need.
kuni stearns
01:12:38
The "Tours" are also a byproduct of law enforcement encouraging "Move along" encounters
Linda Abarbanell
01:13:52
Really interesting work! Great method to use with different populations.
kuni stearns
01:13:55
Ask one who is or have experienced homelessness for what is needed.
Mounah Abdel-Samad
01:14:25
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Talia Vukovich
01:14:29
This gave fantastic insight .Thank you for your work!!
Carmen Hernandez
01:14:34
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Shira Jacobs
01:14:48
Great conversation! Appreciate the research and peoples comments and questions in the chat. Thank you Everyone!
Talia Vukovich
01:15:13
It felt personable and intimate to understand it this way. We do not see that much. Thank you