Victoria F. Cruz

Victoria F. Cruz

Subcommittee Member, Minority and Underrepresented Communities

Data Analyst/HMIS Program Manager, New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness

“People and families experiencing homelessness feel left out on many levels, and they are the hardest group to count since they have no fixed address. There are different demographics and subpopulations in our homeless communities such as our Veterans who are experiencing homelessness, homeless youth and the LGBTQ youth. They are all part of our community, they all deserve a voice. The federal funds owed to Veterans from serving our Country at home or abroad, in the past and in the future include medical and mental health benefits, disability and housing benefits as they will not be homeless forever. We need to do the best job we can in New Mexico to count all of them in the 2020 census.”

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