IMPACT Homelessness forum says communication is key

More women and young people are without reliable shelter Photo by Melissa Diaz Hernandez/The Valley ChronicleIMPACT Homelessness panel (from left to right) Hemet Police Chief Dave Brown, Director of Valley Restart Shelter Linda Rogers, Housing Crisis Response Team Manager and HomeConnect (CES) Lead at Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health (RUHS-BH) Lynne Brockmeier, Hemet Christian Assembly Pastor Steve Norman, Project Hope II Founder Stacie Olson, Director of NAMI Mt. San Jacinto Brenda Scott and Clinical Director at Center Against Sexual Assault (C.A.S.A.) Diana Barnes-Fox. ■ Melissa Diaz Hernandez / Reporter Communication is key! That was the main consensus reached from IMPACT Homelessness, the May 27 community forum hosted by Hemet

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