2 March 2022 | By Kevin Truong
San Francisco housing nonprofit Urban Vision Alliance (UVA) launched Wednesday with the goal of ending the city’s homelessness crisis by building a coalition of nonprofits, businesses and community leaders who can mesh their unique skills to establish permanent housing solutions for the city’s most vulnerable residents. Originally founded as Halt Homelessness in 2015 by tech investor Daniel Laury, the organization is charting a new strategy under a new name to scale up housing developments with integrated services. CEO Gabriel Baldinucci told The Standard that the city needs a broader spectrum of options and a clearer focus that aligns the myriad number of service providers in San Francisco. Here’s what you need to know about Urban Vision Alliance and its new approach to getting people off the street.
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