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A Framework for the Future of San Diego County

Supervisor Nathan Fletcher is creating a Framework for the Future of San Diego County. The Framework prioritizes communities and populations in San Diego that have been historically left behind. Through this Framework, Supervisor Fletcher is fighting for:

  • Racial Justice
  • Health Equity
  • Economic Opportunity
  • Environmental Protection
  • Government Transparency
  • Fundamental Changes to County Operations

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News: A Framework for the Future of San Diego County

From homelessness to jail deaths to climate: What San Diego supervisors did in 2022 and have planned for 2023

12/31/22

A new Community Harm Reduction ‘Safe Haven’ will be able to serve up-to 22 unsheltered residents living with chronic substance use conditions when it opens by early January. The Safe Haven will be operated by Episcopal Community Services (ECS) and is one component of a partnership that Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and Mayor Todd Gloria established between the County and City in June 2021

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San Diego Leaders Thank Federal Representatives For Delivering $221M In Community Funding

12/30/22

A bipartisan coalition of leaders from across San Diego County on Friday, December 23 expressed its sin[1]cere appreciation for the efforts of San Diego’s congressional delegation, who secured more than $221 million across 49 local community projects as part of the Fiscal Year 2023 federal appropriations bill.

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Column: Fletcher reflects on changes at the county and looks forward

12/28/22

County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher communicates with the public in multiple ways. One of them is through what have become signature short videos in which he talks directly into the camera about county accomplishments.

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Die Hard Officially Proclaimed a Christmas Movie in San Diego

12/27/22

For the people of San Diego County, the annual question of whether Die Hard is a Christmas movie has been put beyond doubt.

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NEW 22-BED ‘SAFE HAVEN’ TO OPEN SOON

12/15/22

A new Community Harm Reduction ‘Safe Haven’ will be able to serve up-to 22 unsheltered residents living with chronic substance use conditions when it opens by early January. The Safe Haven will be operated by Episcopal Community Services (ECS) and is one component of a partnership that Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and Mayor Todd Gloria established between the County and City in June 2021

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SUPERVISORS FLETCHER & LAWSON-REMER DELIVER WIN FOR JANITORS, LANDSCAPERS & SECURITY GUARDS

12/13/22

Innovative Proposal Establishes Region’s First Wage-Theft Fund, Additional Sexual Harassment Protections.

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NEW BEHAVIORAL HEALTH WORKFORCE CENTER OF EXCELLENCE TO BE OPENED

12/13/22

Supervisor Fletcher Delivers New County Partnership with Interfaith Communities & Price Philanthropies . Workers Trained at Center of Excellence will Provide Services to 31,000 People Over the Five-Year Period.

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SUPERVISORS PASS NEW COMMON-SENSE GUN REFORM ORDINANCE

01/11/22

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors today during its first meeting of the New Year addressed gun violence by passing an ordinance to require safe firearm storage and to prohibit untraceable “ghost guns”' to be distributed or created in San Diego County.

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San Diego Pride Parade And Festival To Return In 2022

12/30/21

San Diego Pride is excited to announce the return of the annual in-person San Diego Pride week, including the Pride Parade and Festival, in July of 2022.

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CVPD partners with county mental health teams that responds to emergencies

12/29/21

The Chula Vista Police Department partnered with county behavioral health teams that may respond to non-violent mental health and substance use emergencies instead of law enforcement, when appropriate.

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Despite pandemic, San Diego’s Asian and Pacific Islander-owned businesses added $5B to economy

12/28/21

Local Asian and Pacific Islander-owned businesses generate approximately $5 billion for the region’s economy and yet they were some of the hardest hit during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new study by the Asian Business Association of San Diego.

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More shelters, services, outreach for homeless expected in 2022

12/26/21

Efforts to get homeless people off the street and into shelters, housing and programs are expected to increase in the new year as more cities throughout the county are taking actions to address the issue.

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3 YEAR IMPACT REPORT RELEASED BY SUPERVISOR NATHAN FLETCHER’S OFFICE

12/21/21

Nathan Fletcher, Chair of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, has released an interactive, multimedia “3 Year Impact Report” to highlight some of the progress that has taken place at the County since January 2019 when he began representing San Diego County’s 4th Supervisorial District.

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San Diego County supervisors size up, get to know their new districts

12/21/21

New voting maps for San Diego County will shift the lines of representation, establishing a majority Latino district in South County, and another central district with high numbers of Latino, Asian, Black and immigrant populations.

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Supervisor Nathan Fletcher speaks with News 8 about why sanitation workers are on strike

12/21/21

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Countywide Homeless Outreach is Underway Through Partnership with PATH

12/20/21

The County of San Diego in 2021 stepped up its commitment to tackling homelessness, and since July teams from People Assisting The Homeless (PATH) have spread out across the county to help connect unsheltered individuals with services.

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County, homeless service providers ramping up staffing for outreach workers

12/17/21

Homelessness is not just in the city of San Diego. Other communities are grappling with how to house the unsheltered, and the county is stepping in to help.

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Trolley-to-airport extension coming to San Diego

12/17/21

A Metropolitan Transit System study released Thursday has determined that the long-desired extension trolley to the San Diego International Airport is possible and can be completed within the next decade.

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Mayor Gloria, Chair Fletcher Launch Shelter for Homeless Residents with Behavioral Health Needs

12/15/21

Continuing their collaborative partnership to meet the broad needs of San Diego residents experiencing homelessness, Mayor Todd Gloria and County Board of Supervisors Chair Nathan Fletcher today announced the opening of the new Community Harm Reduction Team (C-HRT) facility for unsheltered residents who struggle with substance abuse and often co-occurring mental illness.

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Shelter for homeless people with addictions, mental health issues nears opening

12/15/21

Aiming to help one of the most challenging homeless populations on the street, officials from the city and county of San Diego on Wednesday gave a preview of a soon-to-open shelter that will serve people with addiction and mental health issues.

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San Diego County fights COVID misinformation with doctor panels

12/09/21

"COVID doesn't exist," said a speaker during the public comment of San Diego County's Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday. That was followed by a barrage of other speakers also denying COVID-19 and sharing medical misinformation about the virus that has sickened, permanently disabled and killed thousands across the county.

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268 SAN DIEGANS HAVE BEEN HELPED BECAUSE OF MOBILE CRISIS RESPONSE TEAMS

12/07/21

The countywide Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) initiative launched several months ago has already responded to 268 calls (as of Nov. 29, 2021) for service with 30% transported to Crisis Stabilization Units and 45% connected to community services. Thirty-four percent of the people the MCRTs helped were experiencing homelessness.

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Supervisors Expand Mobile Crisis Teams to Treat Mental Health and Dug Abuse

12/07/21

San Diego County supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to expand the countywide Mobile Crisis Response Team initiative as an alternative to treat people with mental health or substance abuse issues.

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CHAIR FLETCHER & SUPERVISORS TAKE STEPS TO PROVIDE MORE OPIOID TREATMENT SERVICES

12/07/21

Chair Nathan Fletcher and the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 5 to 0 today to move forward several harm reduction drug treatment projects being undertaken by the County’s Behavioral Health Services. Earlier this year, Chair Fletcher won the support of his colleagues to give the Behavioral Health Services team more authority to implement industry best practices to help San Diegans manage their addiction to opioids and other debilitating substances.

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Mental health teams that respond to emergencies in lieu of police will soon be available countywide

12/07/21

Behavioral health teams that can respond to mental health and substance use emergencies instead of police will be available to all county residents starting Wednesday, officials announced.

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