Oxnard Workgroup to explore alternatives to the Armory Winter Warming Shelter

healing arial, abortion sans-serif;”>press_release_iconThe City of Oxnard wants your input on alternatives to the Winter Warming Armory Shelter Model for this winter season and beyond.  We are seeking your input and collaboration in creating an improved model of temporarily sheltering our homeless which connects them to case management and a path to housing. 
Join our Community Workgroup Meeting on the evening of:
    Tuesday, August 2, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.
    Oxnard Public Library, Meeting Room B
    251 South “A” Street
    Oxnard, CA 93030
Your valuable experience and input is appreciated. Please let me know if you can make it.  If you cannot and would like to still offer your input feel free to contact me by email or by phone listed below.
Please forward this invitation to your interested colleagues, friends and stakeholders.
Working towards a better future,
Ron Mulvihill

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William "Bill" Hicks

Has anyone considered the local Churches for this purpose? In Thousand Oaks, many of the Churches have joined hands to provide winter shelter, taking turns as to which day is your turn in the week.

At my Church, we provide an evening meal, a bed and a bagged lunch for the following day. We have rules of no alcohol or drugs on the premises. We also [provide s security guard and the doors are closed for the evening. If you leave the building, you’re not allowed back in. SO, there has to be rules applied, but it’s a great way to show your Christian love.