Tina and Shealynn

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Tina and Shealynn live in a van in San Diego. Sadly, they were able to get out of homelessness two years ago, but because of the lack of affordable housing, they are now once again vehicle residents.

Tina is disabled. With social security alone she cannot afford an apartment. Tina has been on the section 8 housing list for eight years now. She says there is no help.

Special thanks to Homelessness News San Diego

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