Supervisor Dave Campos stands in front of a Pride Flag at the grand opening of the new LGBT homeless shelter, Jazzie's Place. 1050 South Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. Wednesday June 17, 2015.

Grand opening of the new LGBT homeless shelter, Jazzie’s Place

Mayor Lee, civic leaders and Dolores Street Community Services celebrate opening of Jazzie’s Place, City’s first LGBT adult homeless shelter. Photos – all (Special to SF Examiner/Natasha Dangond)

Supervisor Dave Campos stands in front of a Pride Flag at the grand opening of the new LGBT homeless shelter, Jazzie's Place. 1050 South Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. Wednesday June 17, 2015.

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Supervisor Dave Campos stands in front of a Pride Flag at the grand opening of the new LGBT homeless shelter, Jazzie's Place. 1050 South Van Ness Ave., San Francisco. Wednesday June 17, 2015.

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