How to end homelessness - The Atlantic

The streets of New York and other U.S. cities are home to thousands of people who suffer from crippling mental illnesses, and others who are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Read more.

Solution to SF's homeless problem starts with supportive housing - San Francisco Chronicle

Fixing San Francisco's homelessness problem is possible. It will require the addition of thousands of housing units for the hardest-core homeless people — the ones who wander the streets, screaming at the invisible, the ones who live in tents on sidewalks and shoot up in plain sight. Read more.

SF to get help from successful homeless consultant - San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco’s homelessness chief has hired one of the field’s top guns to help the city streamline its homeless programs and better focus on getting street people into housing. Read more.

5 Things San Diego Could Try to Help the Homeless - Voice of San Diego

Other cities are making headway with programs and policies that could conceivably be tried in San Diego. Read more.

Success and Struggles Point to a Better Way to Help NYC’s Chronically Homeless - City Limits Magazine

For three years, Mark Williams has come home to his own studio apartment in a spacious six-story building on the western edge of Fordham manor. But even now, Williams remembers exactly what it's like to freeze on the New York City streets in the winter: "Dead man's cold." Read more.



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