Tomiquia Moss on KQED forum: Statewide Effort to House Homeless in Hotel Rooms Meets Successes and Challenges

“In early April, Governor Newsom launched Project Roomkey, a temporary program designed to protect vulnerable homeless populations from Covid-19 by housing them in empty hotel rooms. The state has since placed more than 10,000 homeless residents in rooms, and officials are considering ways to make the program permanent. But long-term funding for Project Roomkey is uncertain, and some local communities are resisting.”

Listen to a conversation about the program and its future featuring host Mina Kim, Erin Baldassari, Kerry Abbot, Adam Christiansen, and All Home CEO Tomiquia Moss on KQED.