How Tipping Point is easing the burden on low-income drivers

Shrinking ticket fines for those struggling to make ends meet The problem For families living in poverty, any unexpected expense can jeopardize housing, health, and employment. Though we have long suspected that low-income drivers are disproportionately impacted by fines, we now have data to prove it. Thanks in part to a partnership between Tipping Point and &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/how-tipping-point-is-easing-the-burden-on-low-income-drivers">Continued</a>

Open Door Policy: An Expert’s Case for Preventing Youth Homelessness

Ivan, an SF State Guardian Scholars student. This program, which has been supported by Tipping Point since 2007, engages current and former foster youth to attain college degrees, stable housing and career path employment. Photo credit: Travis Jensen. Tipping Point has committed $100 million to reduce chronic homelessness in San Francisco. A core part of our &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/open-door-policy-an-experts-case-for-preventing-youth-homelessness">Continued</a>

A Top Prosecutor’s Case for Criminal Justice Reform

Tipping Point’s Robert Joseph speaks with San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón about the intersection of criminal justice reform and the fight against poverty Due primarily to failed polices of the War on Drugs launched in 1971, the U.S. accounts for about 25% of the world’s total prison population, the vast majority of which is &hellip; <a href="https://tippingpoint.org/thought-leadership/blog/a-top-prosecutors-case-for-criminal-justice-reform">Continued</a>