November 24, 2014 10:11 PM

Sacramento winter shelter program for homeless still needs funding

Monday marked the start of what’s become a late-autumn ritual in Sacramento County: Homeless men and women boarded buses bound for churches and other houses of worship in the region, grateful for the chance to get a hot meal and a safe place to spend the night as temperatures dip toward freezing. This year, the Winter Sanctuary program will step up efforts to connect people with job training, counseling and other services, organizers said.

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