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Start the Conversation: What Are Your Ideas For Addressing Homelessness?

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Harold Pyne has lived at the Navigation Center on Mission Street for a year. The Navigation Center is one way that San Francisco is trying to help homeless people get into more stable housing. The city plans to open six more in the next two years.  (Deborah Svoboda/KQED)

This week KQED is sharing stories of homelessness, and efforts to help ease the problem.

We want to hear from you.

What ideas do YOU have for addressing homelessness and the housing availability crisis in the Bay Area?

What’s happening in your community?

Share your ideas and stories with us by clicking on the Comments button below.


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