John Frank is a part of a Sacramento Steps Forward program to get homeless veterans off the street by the end of 2015. He now lives in a home that he shares with six other people. Frank served in the Navy from 1976-80 and qualified for the program through veteran benefits and Social Security.
John Frank is a part of a Sacramento Steps Forward program to get homeless veterans off the street by the end of 2015. He now lives in a home that he shares with six other people. Frank served in the Navy from 1976-80 and qualified for the program through veteran benefits and Social Security. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
John Frank is a part of a Sacramento Steps Forward program to get homeless veterans off the street by the end of 2015. He now lives in a home that he shares with six other people. Frank served in the Navy from 1976-80 and qualified for the program through veteran benefits and Social Security. Andrew Seng aseng@sacbee.com
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