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Saturday, September 9, 2017

California’s homelessness crisis moves to the country


By SF Chronicle, Sep. 098, 2017 

California housing costs are spiraling so high that they are pushing the state’s homelessness crisis into places it’s never been before — sparsely populated rural counties.

A Chronicle analysis of biennial homeless counts taken early this year across California shows the sharpest increases occurred not in San Francisco and other urban centers but in out-of-the-way places such as the thickly forested Sierra Nevada and the dusty flatlands and low hills of the northern Sacramento Valley.
 
 
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1 comment:

  1. Where I live the citys surrounding us dont want to deal with them so they who have more money and more resourses put these people on the train with one way tickets and overwhelmed smaller communities. Our only shelter had to stop feeding homless due to lack of resourses to meet the needs. Perhaps this is also the reason for these people also being found in out of the way places.

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