Concord’s Plan to Respond to Homelessness

Concord’s Plan to Respond to Homelessness
May 20, 2024

Since the new year, the Concord Fire Department has averaged 58 calls a month in response to homelessness, according to Fire Chief John Chisholm.

As the number of people experiencing homelessness in the area continues to grow, Concord’s committee to end homelessness is setting forth an agenda.

The first aim of the committee’s priorities is to understand the challenges facing the city with a common picture of homelessness, who is experiencing it, barriers to housing, and concrete data on individuals.