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What is the Community Economic Mobility Vehicle (CEMVe)?

What is the Community Economic Mobility Vehicle (CEMVe)?

The CEMVe is a mobile unit (converted meal truck) that has been designed to provide connection and coordination to essential supportive services, workforce programming, and other strategies that lead to financial wellbeing.

The design of CEMVe is the result of ongoing conversations with District 10 residents who informed the design process. They shared the value of creating a program that could:

✓ Increase access and exposure to resources available to community residents.

✓ Be truly offered in a community setting, breaking barriers that limit community access
such as limited transportation, neighbor violence and only offering services in
traditional fashions such as brick and mortar locations.

✓ Embrace the concept of “meeting community where they are.”

✓ Build a greater sense of community through the sharing of positive cultural norms.

What Do We Offer?

What Do We Offer?

We believe in leveraging the wealth of resources that exist within District 10 to support residents with achieving their goals as it relates to economic well-being. To do this, we focus on offering services directly or through strong partnerships in the following areas:

✓ Education

✓ Financial empowerment

✓ Health & Wellbeing

✓ Housing

✓ Legal Support

✓ Workforce

The CEMVe Timeline

The CEMVe Timeline

Sept 2019
Funded by Robin Hood, Tipping Point Community and HOPE SF
Nov 2019
Hired key staff, formalized partnerships and created an advisory group
Feb 2020
Community Kick-Off Events
June-Aug 2020
Community Interviews
Sept 2020
Community Shareout & Design Input
Oct-Nov 2020
Market Test Design
Dec 2020
Secure funding for full implementation
CEMVe Schedule

CEMVe Schedule

9am-12pm Alice Griffith
1pm-4pm Sunnydale

9am-12pm Alice Griffith
1pm-4pm Sunnydale

9am-12pm Sunnydale
1pm-4pm Alice Griffith