Thousands of people are homeless in San Francisco, and even more throughout the Bay Area. Despite years of concern and millions of dollars of investment, the problem persists.
Who are the people who live on the streets and on the edge of homelessness? Why have we failed to create lasting change? And are there solutions that offer hope for the future? As part of a collaboration with dozens of Bay Area news organizations, KQED is exploring these questions, and more.
Illegal Love: A Ugandan Refugee's California Dream
From a Football Star in Michigan to Dead on the Streets of San Francisco
Cartooning the 'Needle Sweepers'
Young, Gay ... and Homeless, But Planning a Future in Genetic Engineering
On Her Own at 17, an Oakland Student Blossoms With Love and Support at School
Homeless in California—What the Data Reveals
Big City Mayors Welcome State Money For Homeless Services
After His Death on the Street, a San Francisco Tent Resident's Story Comes Into Focus
Inside One of Oakland's 'Tuff Shed' Homeless Communities