Number of Homeless Families at All-Time High in SF
You don't often see homeless families with children camping on the streets of San Francisco, but they are here -- living in cars, relatives' homes and other places.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported today that the number of homeless families waiting for shelter in San Francisco hit an all-time high last month, with 268 families -- the most since the city began tracking this statistic seven years ago.
How much of this has to do with San Francisco's skyrocketing rental prices?
Host Stephanie Martin speaks with former supervisor Bevan Dufty, the mayor's go-to person on homelessness.