Robert Henderson left his sleeping place under the railroad viaduct at Oakley and Kinzie on the morning of Nov. 2 to raise money scavenging pallets and panhandling.
My hometown, Portland, Ore., has a serious homelessness problem.
How is it that homelessness – one of the most egregious violations of human rights globally – can be so invisible?
San Diego nonprofits running federally subsidized transitional housing programs for the homeless are getting a clear message: Switch to a new model or risk losing cash.
Homeless women and children undercounted and underserved.
By Jeeni Criscenzo
SAN YSIDRO, Calif. -- The San Ysidro school board declared a state of emergency Thursday night, asking Governor Jerry Brown to help curve the homeless population in the district.
You can’t miss them when you walk around a city: shapeless masses pressed up against buildings or into corners.
I had just returned from a 3-hour forum on options for housing homeless people.
San Diego’s effort to end homelessness can be compared to one of those old-time locomotives.
A California state lawmaker has introduced the Right to Rest Act, aimed at ending criminalization of the homeless — bringing to four the number of states considering similar proposa
San Diego’s homeless population was fifth largest among major American cities last year, but its federal funding from a key source was dramatically less than cities with a fraction of the hom
...Carmela DeCandia, director of the national center and a co-author of the report, noted that the federal government has made progress in reducing homelessness among veterans and chronically homel