Photo of HOME coalition member Rainbow Services team (San Pedro)
Housing opportunities STILL mean everything, which is why we are doubling down on our work with the HOME cohort.
The intersection between domestic violence and housing insecurity is profound. It is tremendously meaningful to us, especially during Domestic Violence Awareness Month, to announce that we are continuing our work with the HOME cohort.
Our HOME cohort improves the safety and economic security of women, children, and gender expansive people across California who are experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence. Building on the success of Fondation CHANEL’s initial investment, during this next phase of the work we’ll bring new organizations into the cohort and strengthen the relationship between domestic violence service providers and agencies administering homelessness funding.
This is part of the power of our intersectional feminist work together. We honor the real connections between issues like domestic violence and housing in how people live their lives and nurture community power-building that helps the solutions we need flourish.