Vincent Dimarco 4, left, is hugged by his mother, Starr Smith, at Saint John’s Program for Real Change in Sacramento on Friday. Saint John’s, one of the Sacramento area’s largest and most successful programs serving homeless people, is in financial trouble as the county readjusts its funding priorities.
Vincent Dimarco 4, left, is hugged by his mother, Starr Smith, at Saint John’s Program for Real Change in Sacramento on Friday. Saint John’s, one of the Sacramento area’s largest and most successful programs serving homeless people, is in financial trouble as the county readjusts its funding priorities. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Vincent Dimarco 4, left, is hugged by his mother, Starr Smith, at Saint John’s Program for Real Change in Sacramento on Friday. Saint John’s, one of the Sacramento area’s largest and most successful programs serving homeless people, is in financial trouble as the county readjusts its funding priorities. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Funding loss threatens Saint John’s program for homeless women, children

November 12, 2017 06:00 AM