Insights That Inspire Change
The Regional Task Force on the Homeless (RTFH) proudly serves San Diego County by leading the charge on our communities’ efforts to end homelessness. We leverage comprehensive data to provide expert insights that advance policy for a brighter future.
RTFHSD COVID-19 / Coronavirus Resources
The Regional Task for on the Homeless (RTFH) has compiled information on the COVID-19 virus that includes guidance, info graphics, toolkits and checklists to help you prepare, respond and recover from the virus.
PIT 2021 #WeAllCount Update
The next WeAllCount is scheduled to begin January 28, 2021. Given these unprecedented times and to ensure the safety of volunteer counters and people who are homeless during this period of extraordinary rapid community spread of COVID, HUD has approved the Regional Task Force on the Homeless’ (RTFH) request to not conduct an unsheltered Point in Time Count in 2021 (PIT). Although the unsheltered PIT will not be conducted, it is important to understand that it only represents one night during the year, and at best, is a minimum number of people in our community experiencing homelessness on that night.
Statement on Racial Inequality and Action
The Regional Task Force on the Homeless stands in solidarity with our member organizations and community members in condemning the violence and injustice perpetrated against Black Americans.
Homelessness disproportionately affects people of color in the San Diego region and reflects the economic and racial divides that persist in this country. The RTFH is committed to addressing racial inequality and amplifying the perspectives of people of color with lived experience in our work, communication, and organizational decision-making.
Impact by Numbers
Working with our partner agencies in the Continuum of Care (CoC) and local and state agencies, we’re making a measureable difference in our mission to end homelessness.