Project Homeless Connect
San Francisco’s Project Homeless Connect, now in its 10th year – offered “one-stop-shop” services for the homeless at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.
An agency created to bring necessary services to the homeless is increasingly the starting point for those searching for loved ones believed to be living on the streets of San Francisco.
Project Homeless Connect assisted up to 2,000 of the cities homeless population and unveiled a new program that helps provide basic needs like medical supplies, food and even new socks.
Project Homeless Connect, which has helped thousands over eight years, is now expanding in a smaller version to an every day service for the homeless.
Former SF Supervisor Bevan Dufty has been appointed director of homeless policy in a city persistently plagued by the homeless and their needs and the lack of services for them.
“Project Homeless Connect” has been San Francisco’s crown jewel in dealing with the city’s chronic homeless problem.
A legacy of current San Francisco Mayor and Lieutenant Governor-elect Gavin Newsom is his Project Homeless Connect, where he paid one of his final mayoral visits to the project Wednesday in honor of Veteran’s Day.
Organizers of San Francisco’s Project Homeless Connect took their one-stop services to a large population of the homeless at Golden Gate Park on Wednesday.