Tents in Seattle: Sanctioned and Unsanctioned Tent Encampments - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi guys — so excited for this!
Is this from 2020 PIT?
I believe so, yes.
what differentiates "outside/street" from tents?
okay ty for clarification
so the data is from city of seattle only? not doh/hospital systems or Medicaid/Medicare?
Nina - please use the Q&A function to ask your question - okay?
Thanks. It’s a good question.
Super insightful talk, creates new perspective of homeless tent populations. were there any accounting for migrant homeless folx? If so, what did that picture look like?
Amy - Mike Mathias has his hand up.
it's very simple to know who's being displaced and who's going to the shelter during the sweeps, The data is already being collected
William - can you please post your question in the Q&A
oh wups, will do!
I know the answer to that question
Amy and Maria - Mike and Susie have their hands up and might be added to the queue
you need to work with mutual aid groups who are already on the ground to meet these top down policies in the middle from the bottom up
You can post your comment on the q&a
otherwise all that funding will never move
community first village in Austin Texas is solving chronic homelessness the right way
Mike - please post all of your comments in the Q&A, because all of the attendees can’t see your thoughts, otherwise! Thanks!
my comments are intended to be seen by all panelists
Hi Amy. Please thank Karen for a great talk for me. I have to go to a meeting…. So nice to see you both!
why are done of these conversations including people experiencing homelessness? The people closest to any problem are closer to the solution and they aren't even being included.
Thank you Karen — great research - I’d love to talk more sometime.
Tent City 4 does not have that labor market tie
Mike - we have offered lots of talks and panels over the last two years on this subject and several times have included folks closer to the issue. We try to offer mix of talk offerings and we try to be inclusive and diverse.
Do you really think something so highly individualized can truly be quantitatively measured and addressed through policy?