Without key partnerships, the political will that galvanized the COVID-19 response and directed Fresno County’s homeless community into housing and support services will fizzle.
A 40 percent tax on the value of high-value employer-provided health coverage could force some counties to pass the added cost on to workers and taxpayers.
From 2010 through 2015, Fresno County experienced a reduction in homelessness. Recently, the trend has reversed. So, what’s changed?