‘This program has got me off the streets.’ From a tent on the river to a Natomas home

Susan Delph was homeless for seven years, and camped for the last two of them on the American River. For now, she lives in a residential home in South Natomas under a new Sacramento County programs that provides temporary shelter for the homeless.
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Susan Delph was homeless for seven years, and camped for the last two of them on the American River. For now, she lives in a residential home in South Natomas under a new Sacramento County programs that provides temporary shelter for the homeless.

Homeless people are moving from the river to homes in the suburbs. Does this approach work?

June 10, 2018 03:55 AM