RED BLUFF, Calif. - Non-profit United Way of Northern California is sending out a survey to Tehama County residents regarding homelessness.
“The idea is to listen to county residents and understand public perception of this issue,” said Larry Olmstead, President, and CEO of United Way of Northern California in a press release.
The group said they will follow up on the survey with focus group discussions and individual interviews.
“Our findings should be helpful for County and City governments, Community Based Organizations, and the local Continuum of Care as they create policies and services that address homeless issues,” Olmstead said.
The survey asks questions about how often residents notice homelessness and their opinion on what could be done.
Residents can access the survey, HERE.