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Single Moms Often Forgotten in San Francisco's Homeless Crisis

Single Moms Often Forgotten in San Francisco's Homeless Crisis

by the Guardian, 12/18/15

They sleep on couches, in cars, and on the floors of churches. Every day hundreds of single moms and their children struggle to find shelter for the night and survive in San Francisco, which has one of the most expensive housing markets in the US.

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San Diego Homeless Project Seeks Cold Weather Clothes

San Diego Homeless Project Seeks Cold Weather Clothes

by City News Service, 1/19/16

City officials put out a call Tuesday for donations of goods and services for the 10th Project Homeless Connect, a one-day resource event for the region's homeless population.

 

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Why Hasn't San Diego Ended Veteran Homelessness Even Though Others Have

Why Hasn't San Diego Ended Veteran Homelessness Even Though Others Have
by Lisa Halverstadt, 1/11/16

Several cities have recently announced they’ve put an effective end to veteran homelessness in keeping with federal goals set by the Obama administration. San Diego didn’t meet the challenge.

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As Cuomo Acts on Homeless Problem, New York City Blames State Cuts

As Cuomo Acts on Homeless Problem, New York City Blames State Cuts
by Nikita Stewart and Vivian Yee, The New York Times, 1/12/16

Hopping from one interview to the next, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York hit the news media circuit to convey the urgency of the surprise executive order he issued last week requiring local governments to move homeless people off the streets when the temperature goes below freezing.

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Veteran Apartment Complex for Homeless, Low-Income in Loma Linda Gets OK

Veteran Apartment Complex for Homeless, Low-Income in Loma Linda Gets Ok
by Joe Nelson, The Sun, 1/12/16

The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors this week unanimously approved an 88-unit apartment complex in Loma Linda for low income and homeless veterans, which will be built near the Jerry L. Pettis Memorial VA Medical Center.

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Denver Initiative Would Tap $8.7 Million From Investors to House the Homeless

Denver Initiative Would Tap $8.7 Million From Investors to House the Homeless
by Jon Murray, The Denver Post, 1/12/16

Supportive housing program would use novel "social impact bond" financing model that draws private start-up money . . .

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Volunteers Needed to Count San Diego County's Homeless

Volunteers Needed to Count San Diego County's Homeless
by Susan Murphy, 1/11/16

Last week’s El Niño downpours raised concerns for San Diego County’s homeless. Soon the region will get a good estimate of just how many people are on the streets.

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European Refugees Are Better Off Than San Diego's Homeless

European Refugees Are Better Off Than San Diego's Homeless
by John Lawrence, 1/13/16

Amy Goodman did a recent show about the refugees living in a camp in Calais, France. She walked around the camp interviewing several refugees all of whom spoke good English.

 

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California Cities Fail to Keep Homeless Safe During El Nino Rains

California Cities Fail to Keep Homeless Safe During El Nino Rains
by Aura Bogado, 1/12/16

El Niño has claimed its first life in California. Barbara Brown died from exposure last Thursday, as reported by the Los Angeles Times.

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Hawaii May Bring Back Traditional Grass Huts for Homeless

Hawaii May Bring Back Traditional Grass Huts for Homeless
by Associated Press, 1/1/2/16

HONOLULU — Hawaii lawmakers are considering a unique solution to the housing crisis: They want to make it possible for people to live in traditional Hawaiian grass huts.

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The Startup That Hires Vienna's Homeless as Tour Guides

The Startup That Hires Vienna's Homeless as Tour Guides
by Natalie Ilsley, 1/13/16

Shades Tours wants to show you Vienna the way its homeless see it . . . A new Austrian tour company is giving tourists the opportunity to see what life is like for the country’s homeless population, by creating guided tours from their perspective.

 

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Tiny homes provide shelter for Nashville’s homeless

Tiny homes provide shelter for Nashville’s homeless

by Lisa Fletcher, 12/17/15

 

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