Data released this week reveals thousands of people became newly homeless in San Diego last year.
San Diego still has by far the highest number of homeless people among cities in the county. But long-term data shows the city’s efforts to provide shelter and aid might be paying off.
An estimated 8,900 people in San Diego County were sleeping on the streets or in homeless shelters on a rainy morning in January.
Local representatives want to change San Diego’s place in the receiving line for federal homelessness grants. We looked at where the money San Diego gets now goes.
A guide to what we’ve explored so far in our in-depth reporting on homelessness in San Diego, and where we’re going next.
The organizer behind an effort to tally the county’s homeless population claimed more than half of the county could be considered rural.
A few snapshots from volunteers who counted homeless people around the city in Friday’s annual census.
The growing numbers of people who are homeless here and what’s being done, in our latest San Diego Explained.
Homeless count nears, a new shelter opens in Vista and more news in San Diego homelessness.
The Regional Task Force on the Homeless seeks more volunteers to help with the annual ‘point-in-time’ homeless count.