Adequate housing and support services are directly linked to reducing inequality in our city and key to addressing the homelessness crisis.

  • Rebecca is a member of ETHOS, the Eastside Taskforce on Homeless Outreach Services, aimed at making services available and continuing the fight to end homelessness.
  • Rebecca supports the proposed comprehensive $450 million Statewide Homelessness Reduction Plan (SHARP) which provides funding for counties to secure permanent housing instead of emergency shelter alternatives.
  • Rebecca cosponsored legislation to provide feminine hygiene products at no cost to menstruating individuals in homeless shelters.
  • Rebecca cosponsored legislation creating the incentivizing habitability opportunity program, which provides an incentive to property owners who enter into a residential lease or rental agreement with an eligible household to address homelessness and ensure habitability standards.