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Linn County Community Services - Core Services

Posted on: September 21, 2022

The Alliance for Equitable Housing: What it is and Why it Matters

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The population living literally homeless on the street in Linn County has increased 230% from July 2019 to July 2022. That’s a shocking increase. When we look at the why behind the increase, it quickly becomes clear that housing, and access to it, is a complex issue. The Alliance for Equitable Housing, a multi-jurisdictional collaboration formed after the 2020 derecho and led by Linn County, is developing a comprehensive housing solutions plan to identify solutions for the housing issues identified by the community.

Learn more about the four key issues affecting housing equity in Linn County and what the Alliance for Equitable Housing is doing to address them in the latest Linn County Connection blog post.

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