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Francisco is homeless in San Francisco.  He was in a shelter for a year and a half but didn’t feel safe sleeping there.  Francisco decided to try and night outside, which has now turned into six months. He views sleeping outside compared to a shelter the lessor of two evils.

Francisco was incarcerated years ago, and he says the difference there is he committed a crime. Although most every shelter is doing the best they can,  providing dignity to people is often missing! We must do better!


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