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Bay Area Rescue Mission – Stories of Lives Changed (Video): KTLN-TV San Francisco interview with Rev. John M. Anderson. They provide food, shelter, warm showers and fresh clean clothes for the body, and the Gospel message of eternal hope for the soul. The San Francisco Bay Area is home to more than 35,000 homeless men, women and children.
As the area’s largest provider of services to those who are homeless and impoverished, the Bay Area Rescue Mission offers people the help they need to build a brighter tomorrow. In 2014 they provided more than 85,000 nights of shelter and more than 1,450,000 meals.
- For the latest updates, news and information from the Bay Area Rescue Mission, visit them online at: http://www.bayarearescue.org
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Results from two more San Francisco Homeless Vision Events
Here are the results from two vision events (March 13th and April 10th) we held at the San Francisco Project Homeless Connect Office. At these two events we provided 87 eye exams and prescription glasses for homeless San Franciscan’s. The total number of i…
I am impressed with San Francisco’s care for the homeless community.
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A survey shows the number of homeless people on San Francisco’s streets has stubbornly remained nearly the same over the past two years — and that population is now sicker and older.
San Francisco uses anonymous donation to start an innovative haven for people on the street.
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) — Jazzie’s Place, the first homeless shelter for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults in the U.S., opened in San Francisco’s Mission District today to help serve the housing needs of nearly a …
We avert our eyes when we meet them on the street: homeless mentally ill people with their hand-scrawled signs, shopping carts, and cardboard boxes. Because of our fear and revulsion, we fail to see any human connection with them. Still, we’re curious: How do they end up on the street? How do they survive the stress and privations of such a life?
What combination of biological vulnerabilities, childhood traumas, drugs, mental disorders, and financial devastation brought them down? And how do some manage, against all odds, to climb out of this desperate situation? Former commissioner of mental health Robert Okin spent two years on the street meeting and photographing homeless individuals with mental illness to find answers to these questions.
He masterfully brings these people to life through stories and images that are intimate and gritty. This is a book about hope, not just grief and despair. It challenges us to face the situation and do something about it rather than simply look.
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