Bridge To Home held its third annual Soup For the Soul event to raise funds for the homeless shelter, which opened two weeks early this year due to the anticipated El Niño weather event.
The event was held at the Savia campus of Real Life Church this year, which is a change from the past. The event...
[KHTS] – Bridge to Home, Santa Clarita’s only homeless shelter, is preparing to open the shelter early and stay open approximately 30 days longer in anticipation of an El Nino winter.
“Conservatively, we’ll need to raise an additional $25,000 to cover additional expenses,” said Tammy McGivern,...
[KHTS] – Santa Clarita Valley officials working to secure a permanent home for the local homeless population believe they’ve identified the best spot for a year-round shelter — their current location on Drayton Street in Saugus.
A shelter official said the transitioning the current spot...
Tim Davis, the Executive Director of the local nonprofit Bridge to Home, will be the guest speaker at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Santa Clarita on Sunday, July 14, at 10:30 a.m. in their worship space inside the SCV Senior Center. All are welcome.
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Supervisor Kathryn Barger, whose 5th District includes the Santa Clarita Valley, has authored a motion to create a Blue-Ribbon Commission on Homelessness that, if approved, will provide guidance and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on reforms to solve the homelessness crisis throughout Los Angeles County.
The Child and Family Center of Santa Clarita was one of 63 nonprofits receiving part of the $750,000 in grant awards from the Los Angeles County Department of Arts and Culture, as a part of the County's Community Impact Arts Grant (CIAG) program.
After several fires in the Santa Clarita Valley this past week, everyone from utility representatives to fire officials to meteorologists is reminding residents that, due to unusually dry weather during fire season, they should have their Ready! Set! Go! plans ready to go.
Mayor Bill Miranda spoke directly with the committee recommending the transfer of violent juvenile offenders to Camps Scott and Scudder on Wednesday, saying the move required more environmental impact reports and public outreach.
With a majority of Californian adults being at least partially vaccinated, California Department of Public Health is working with local health officials to fight disinformation to spur demand for the COVID-19 vaccination.