Councilmember Ward's response to my question last week at the Downtown Fellowship meeting, about the on-going sweeps of homeless encampments, was one of the most thoughtful offered by any legis
Amikas is presenting a demonstration of emergency sleeping cabins and very affordable bungalow homes that they hope will be part of San Diego's solution to homelessness, the lack of sufficient
Some days I marvel at the value of the network of good people that has grown in our community—people involved in so many different areas, all so critical, who come together to support one ano
The milkweed plants in my labyrinth are covered with dozens of Monarch caterpillars.
As executive director and the only staff for Amikas, a non-profit helping to house homeless women and children, primarily veterans, I get calls from women in all kinds of desperate situations, incl
Remember that awful rain storm we had in San Diego last month?
On Christmas Eve, the children living in Amikas House gave me a precious gift – a feeling of gratification.