Tag: Sam Dodge

Homeless advocates ‘sick of sound bytes’ around tent issue

San Francisco’s policy for dealing with homeless residents living in tents is at a crossroads, leaving voters in November with…

2 years ago

SF’s third Navigation Center for homeless residents comes into focus

San Francisco plans to open its third nontraditional homeless shelter in the Dogpatch neighborhood after months of community meetings. Pending…

2 years ago

BART and San Francisco may partner to help homeless in train stations

Every day, hundreds of people call BART’s San Francisco stations home. One hallway in particular tells the tale: A long…

3 years ago

Decade of tracking homeless deaths in SF sheds light on imperfect system

Note to Readers: This story is part of a package investigating the deaths of homeless residents in San Francisco for…

3 years ago

EDITORIAL: Navigating a way out for our homeless

The homeless have been more visible than usual over the past few weeks. That has been both good and bad…

3 years ago

San Francisco struggling to open additional Navigation Centers

One day after San Francisco swept the homeless and their tents from 19 city blocks, Mayor Ed Lee’s homeless czar…

3 years ago

Pressure mounts to expand Navigation Centers amid controversial homeless sweeps

As San Francisco remains divided over last week’s homeless sweeps, questions linger over Mayor Ed Lee’s plans to expand Navigation…

3 years ago

Calls for solutions intensify in decades-long debate over homelessness

San Francisco’s residents and politicians have sounded off for decades on the homeless issue — at times with greater fervor…

3 years ago