How A Nuisance Ordinance Could Threaten Housing for Current, Former Foster Youth

The Oakland City Council’s unanimous adoption of an amended Nuisance Eviction Ordinance (NEO) threatens the stability of some of our most vulnerable current and former foster youth, particularly those who have been or are currently

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About Simone Tureck 1 Article
I've worked in the foster care field for over ten years, spending the last five in the policy arena. I've recently transitioned from the John Burton Foundation in San Francisco where I was a policy associate, to join the Alameda County Foster Youth Alliance as executive director. I have a Master's Degree in Social Welfare with a concentration in management and planning from UC Berkeley.

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