San Francisco Chronicle.
By Jeff Kositsky
On Friday, the city of San Francisco will take a bold step toward re-invisioning the way homelessness is addressed by launching the Department of Homelessness and Supportive Housing. More than 23,000 homeless people in San Francisco have left the streets or shelters for permanent housing since 2004. With nearly 7,000 people experiencing homelessness and 3,500 of those people currently on our streets, we have an urgent task at hand. Click here to access the full op-ed.