Homelessness in California has reached crisis proportions.

In some state areas, the homeless’ camps have grown large enough to constitute their own communities, presenting our state with one of its greatest and most pressing quality-of-life challenges.

As a pastor and lifelong advocate for the poor and the indigent, Sarah believes it is vital that government remain engaged with the poor’s plight and ensure that every Californian has proper housing.

This will require a redoubled effort to provide education and vocational training and drug-rehabilitation and mental health services. To this end, Sarah is an advocate for what she likes to refer to as the “homeless support & prevention centers program,” help homeless are looking for a home and a job that can be supported through this program and prevent homelessness.