Marginalized People Needing Housing

CLUE SB advocates for the welfare of individuals and families living on the streets, in vehicles, and in transitional housing. CLUE networks faith communities with the Rental Housing Roundtable to protect and encourage a diverse, inclusive and representative community of very-low to moderate income renters and the development of healthy and vital communities.

CLUE Santa Barbara Marginalized People Needing Housing

Current Campaigns

We support the Mayors Challenge to End Veteran Homelessness and Built for Zero to end veteran and chronic homelessness.

We participate in the Point In Time Count, an unduplicated count of sheltered and unsheltered homeless individuals and families across the United States.

We support increased funding for:

  • Milpas Outreach Project
  • WINGS and their support for newly housed. CLUE SB encourages faith communities to support those newly housed by organizing faith communities to supply needs.

Action Alerts & Updates

Recent & Completed


  • Partnering with C3H and Common Ground Santa Barbara (CGSB) to implement the 2015 Point-in-Time Count and Vulnerability Index survey
  • System Change: From County Counting to Vulnerability Surveys, CLUE SB provided leadership support for New Beginnings Staff in organizing 30 volunteers from Catholic, Buddhist, Lutheran, Prysbertian, Episcopal and other faith communities to survey those living in vehicles in 16 lots provided by the Safe Parking. 40 surveys were administered during the January Count.
  • CLUE is a member of the HEART ACTION TEAM which proposed 2016 budget allocations for supportive housing of those homeless with mental illness.