Public Input Sought For New Homelessness Strategy Plan

Bucks County Housing Link calls for community feedback to shape a strategic plan aimed at tackling homelessness.

A homeless camp in Bristol Township.
Credit: Tom Sofield/

Bucks County Housing Link has begun work on a community strategic plan to better understand and address the issue in Bucks County.

The organization is currently seeking input from local residents and stakeholders to identify any shortcomings within the current system and to pinpoint areas that could benefit from enhancement, according to information in the survey.

Bucks County Housing Link serves as the primary response system for individuals and families facing homelessness or who are on the brink of it in the county. The system, which consists of both public and private entities, aims to ensure that homelessness is infrequent, short-lived, and a one-time event.

Community participation is deemed vital in this endeavor, with the organization emphasizing that the feedback received will be instrumental in shaping future initiatives aimed at combating homelessness.

The survey can be found by clicking here. (Spanish version)

The deadline for submitting feedback is set for November 16.

Those in need of assistance are encouraged to contact the Housing Link Helpline at 1-800-810-4434.

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