City of South Bend to present finalized report on low-barrier shelter recommendations

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The City of South Bend along with the Homelessness Implementation Group will host a meeting on Thursday, September 29th at 5 p.m. at the Technology Resource Center (TRC) to present the finalized implementation report on low-barrier shelter recommendations to help address our unhoused community.

Community members are invited to attend this meeting.

Event details:

What: City to Release Homelessness Implementation Report

Where: Technology Resource Center (TRC), 1165 Franklin St.

When: Thursday, September 29 from 5-7 p.m.

If you are unable to attend in-person, you can attend via video or audio call.

Video: Click here to join the meeting

Audio: +1 574-367-5480,,797565632#

6 COMMENTS

  1. “recommendations to help address our unhoused community”

    I guess “get a job and get to work” aren’t the recommendations they are looking for…

  2. “The overall thought process is to get as many people off the streets as possible,” said Tyler Peoples, Director of Housing. “We open our doors, hold our arms out and everyone is welcome to come in. We’ve tried to remove every reason that might keep someone from coming to the shelter: no identification required, pets are welcome, we don’t do background checks, sobriety is not a requirement.”<<< Springs Rescue Mission another low barrier shelter. You dummies in SB are going to house druggies enjoy!!!

  3. “The overall thought process is to get as many people off the streets as possible,” said Tyler Peoples, Director of Housing. “We open our doors, hold our arms out and everyone is welcome to come in. We’ve tried to remove every reason that might keep someone from coming to the shelter: no identification required, pets are welcome, we don’t do background checks, sobriety is not a requirement.” I had to resubmit this because the moderator didn’t want it to be heard and censored me

  4. Most homeless people have mental problems and they cannot function normally. We used to put people like this in safe mental institutions. Nobody wants to go to the downtown area of Sad Bend because of, high crime and mentally disturbed people messing with them.

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