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    Santa Clarita Deputies Take Look At Homeless Encampments

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies swept through the wash of the Santa Clara River recently as part of an effort to police areas frequented by the Santa Clarita Valley’s homeless population. The effort was aimed at directing the homeless population toward available services in response to concerns about illegal activity in that area, where there tends to be a higher prevalence of the homeless, officials said. On Thursday, during daytime hours, a collaborative law enforcement team led by Community Oriented Policing Services, or COPS, Bureau deputies worked collectively to police the riverbed environment throughout the area northwest of the Valencia Boulevard and Bouquet Canyon Road Intersection.

    Santa Clarita Library Hosts Souls Of Hope Project To Help Homeless

    Bridge to Home is displaying "Souls of Hope" at the Santa Clarita Library in Valencia to raise awareness and support for the Santa Clarita Valley's homeless population

    Santa Clarita Valley Homeless Shelter Seeks Support Through The Arts

    The Santa Clarita Valley's only homeless shelter is receiving help and support from the arts, as part of its fundraising campaign to create a year-round location in the Santa Clarita Valley

    Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar Is Asking For Your Help

    We too often read about it in the news but you may be surprised to learn that issues like depression, suicide, abuse, neglect, bullying, drugs, alcohol and pregnancy are affecting many of our local youth, right here in Santa Clarita. As a community, we try to work together to address these needs, provide guidance and support and help our children through difficult times.

    Family Promise Of SCV Readies For Box City In Bridgeport

    Family Promise, which recently reached its 100th child served mark, is gearing up for its annual Box City fundraiser, which will be held at Bridgeport Park

    Family Promise Of The SCV Serves 100 Homeless Children Since 2011

    Local network of volunteers and host congregations, Family Promise, has served 100 local homeless children since it started in the Santa Clarita Valley in June 2011. Family Promise provides support for homeless families across the valley.

    Santa Clarita Valley’s Bridge To Home Winter Shelter Closes Sunday



    Bridge to Home logoShelter to Reopen Earlier Next Season, Before Thanksgiving for the First Time

    Family Promise Of SCV Names New Leaders

    Family Promise of SCV recently named its new governing board and an executive director, city officials said Thursday.


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    KHTS Celebrates Another Unsung Hero In Santa Clarita: Tim Davis

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    As head of the nonprofit organization that operates the Santa Clarita Valley's only emergency winter shelter since 1995, Tim Davis has worked tirelessly and selflessly on behalf of people in need in our community for more than a decade and a half.

    It’s no overstatement to say that without his steady leadership and guidance the past decade and a half, what's now known as the Bridge to Home shelter — which helped nearly 300 people aka clients (including families) during the 2011-2012 season — would not likely exist.

    That’s why Davis is Mercedes-Benz of Valencia’s latest Santa Clarita Unsung Hero.

    Santa Clarita Valley Officials Seek Volunteers' Help For Homeless Count

    Bridge to Home is seeking 100 volunteers in an effort to help get an accurate count of the homeless population in the Santa Clarita Valley, said Tim Davis, executive director of Bridge to Home, which runs the Santa Clarita Valley Emergency Winter Shelter.

    From 7-10 p.m. next Thursday, shelter officials are asking for volunteers over the age of 18 to help conduct a biannual count.