Everyone knows how bad the homeless crisis is, and research shows that getting the homeless into supportive housing helps them, helps our communities, and saves taxpayers a lot of money.
But the problem is that housing can’t be built fast enough and it’s too expensive.
Research data shows that at the rate with current efforts, it will take over 200 years to house the current unsheltered homeless population. And it will cost over $70 billion to build and $8 billion to run annually.
Citizens Again will get more people off the streets and into a better living environment, quicker and cheaper than current efforts. This is possible because of the economies of scale of a single location outside the urban core, instead of building 3,000 sites across America.
But your help is needed to make this a reality.
It's taking time to work with investors and philanthropists to obtain funding, so crowdfunding will help with initial funding. Every donation and share makes a huge difference.
This is a very extensive project, you can learn more here: https://www.citizensagain.com
The homeless want to live there.
Watch the video explaining why they want to live here
The City will be similar to other cities:
• Dedicated hospital & full healthcare services
• Entertainment and activities
• Movie theater
• And much more
But it will also have many unique facilities and services to remove many of life’s burdens:
• Food services & cafeterias
• Laundry services
• Medication distribution
• And more
As well as many facilities that cater to their specific needs:
• Lockers for personal possessions
• Dog kennel and park
• A visitor center and onsite hotel for visiting family members
• And more
The City will utilize unique high-density innovations to streamline:
• Food Services
• Safety & Security
• Illness Prevention
Visit the Full Gallery on website.
Who will pay to build the City?
Billionaire philanthropists, hopefully. The Giving Pledge, which is a group of 200+ billionaires with a net worth of over $600 billion who have committed to donating the majority of their wealth to help others. If each of them donates just .25% of their wealth to this effort, it would pay for building the City.
Where will it be located?
In California, outside an area that can supply a 3,000 person workforce for the City.
How does this affect taxpayers?
Similar to the Housing First model, the City will cut the
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