Regional Action Plan to Reduce Homelessness by 75% in Three Years

Regional Action Plan Announcement

We are excited to share the official launch of the Regional Impact Council‘s Regional Action Plan!

The Regional Action Plan (RAP) is a one-of-a-kind plan that was created by leaders from across the Bay Area. The plan reflects a year of collaboration in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic by key policymakers, stakeholders, and people with lived experience to identify new solutions that will provide housing options for people in our region who are currently homeless and dramatically reduce the number of people entering homelessness going forward.

We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to create a Bay Area where homelessness is rare, brief, and non-recurring.  An unprecedented coalition of Bay Area mayors, business leaders, housing experts and social justice advocates have united around this ambitious plan to house 75% of the Bay Area’s unsheltered population by 2024.

4/13 Launch Webinar

On 4/13, we held a webinar for anyone interested in learning more. The webinar featured the following speakers:

  • Brandy Jenkins-League, Program Manager, Bay Area Community Services
  • Cindy Chavez, Supervisor of Santa Clara County, Second District
  • Libby Schaaf, Mayor, City of Oakland
  • Ken Kirkey, Chief Partnership Officer of All Home
  • Tomiquia Moss, Founder & Chief Executive of All Home 

To download the recording of the webinar, please go here: Zoom Webinar Recording

More details on the plan

To learn more about this plan and how your business or organization can be involved, please visit: — you will also find links to download the full plan / executive summary.