NEW EPISODE of Fixing Our City. Houston set out to end chronic homelessness. It cut its homeless population by more than half in a decade, according to PIT counts. This week's fix: how do San Francisco’s initiatives compare with Houston's success story?
Trust first - https://mailchi.mp/hospitalityhouse.org/trust-first “I had to build a rapport so they trusted me.” Read about Hospitality House's experimental approach to housing in The Frisc and the SF Chronicle podcast Fixing Our City.
Moving SF’s Homeless to Permanent Homes Hasn’t Been Easy. One Nonprofit Tried Something New by Kristi Coale
Moving SF‘s Homeless to Permanent Homes Hasn‘t Been Easy. One Nonprofit Tried Something New
Luck and a lot of work let a large cohort all move together. This âexperiment‘ could spur other efforts...
#Berkeley mayor cancels meeting which was to propose lifting the ban on tear-gas against protesters. https://twitter.com/JesseArreguin/status/1555243449040793605
@bedwardstiek I’m canceling the meeting. Our policy stands and shame on the Sheriff for threatening to not provide emergency support to Berkeley.
URGENT: at 8:15 tonight Aug 4th Berkeley City Council plans to temporarily lift ban on chemical weapons such as teargas and pepper spray for the purpose of using them on People’s Park protestors.
Where do we go Berkeley. URGENT - WRAP
URGENT: at 8:15 tonight Aug 4th Berkeley City Council plans to temporarily lift ban on chemical weapons such as ...