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UWSD Helps Vets Replace IDs

United Way of San Diego County Helps Vulnerable Veterans Replace Birth Certificates and IDs Funding Fills Critical Need, Accelerates Housing Placement for Homeless Veterans SAN DIEGO (June 27, 2012) – In San Diego County, 35 percent of the homeless are veterans, with access to housing often delayed for many veterans lacking proper identification. A countywide goal has been established to reduce the number of homeless veterans by at least 75 individuals in 100 days by... More


Frequent User Initiative

Project 25: "Frequent User Initiative" for Chronically Homeless Request for Proposal Seeks Qualified NonProfits to Provide Homes, Supportive Services To 25 of the County’s Chronically Homeless SAN DIEGO (August 18, 2010) Home Again, the public engagement campaign to end chronic homelessness in San Diego County, has announced the launch of “Project 25,” the Home Again Frequent User Initiative. The program is the first of its kind in the county. The... More


Home Again Exhibit Showcases Solution to Homelessness

“Home Again”: Dramatic Exhibit Showcases the Community Solution to End Chronic Homelessness United Way of San Diego County Commemorates 90th Anniversary With Photo Installation at NBC Plaza Downtown from February 10 to 28 SAN DIEGO (February 4, 2011) – What does “home” mean to you? To San Diego County’s chronically homeless* men and women it means a stable place to live, where they can receive medical care, overcome mental illnes... More


Project 25, Frequent User Initiative, Wins Award

Project 25, Frequent User Initiative, Wins Award SAN DIEGO (May 24, 2012) – Project 25, United Way’s Frequent User Initiative, was awarded the Public-Private Partnership Award by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association (SDCTA) at the 17th Annual Golden Awards Dinner on May 16, which honors smart, sensible practices in taxpayer-funded programs, while providing public service reporting on issues of concern to taxpayers. Funded and facilitated by the Unit... More


Project 25: Dramatic Cost Savings of Public Resources

SAN DIEGO (November 16, 2011): Project 25, Home Again's Frequent User Initiative, provides permanent housing and supportive services to at least 25 of San Diego County’s chronically homeless.1 Today, Project 25 announced that it has enrolled 35 chronically homeless individuals and permanently housed 27 of them – less than a year into the three-year pilot program. By aiding some of the most frequent users of public resources, the program saves taxpayers millions of dolla... More


Project 25 Reports Progress

17 of the Most Frequent Users of Public Resources Enrolled, Four Permanently Housed SAN DIEGO (April 20, 2011) The average San Diegan on the Project 25 list cost taxpayers $218,552 in 2010; they had 16 ambulance rides, 17 emergency room visits and 5 inpatient medical stays. The goal of Project 25, Home Again’s Frequent User Initiative, is to dramatically decrease these costs and significantly improve their quality of life. Today, the program announces its initial progr... More


After One Year, Project 25s Dramatic Cost Savings

Project 25, Home Again’s Frequent User Initiative, Announces Success After One Year; Dramatic Cost Savings of Public Resources SAN DIEGO (April 10, 2012) – Over the past year, Project 25, Home Again's Frequent User Initiative, provides permanent housing and supportive services to at least 25 of San Diego County’s chronically homeless.1 Today, Project 25 announced that it has enrolled 35 chronically homeless individuals and permanently housed 30 of them – j... More