Stories about Coalition on Homelessness

Homeless sweeps come back to the Tenderloin

Lawsuit settlement lets police remove people and confiscate tents -- when there is still nowhere for most people to go.

The disaster of SF’s COVID homeless policy continues

Half the hotel rooms the city is paying for are empty. Only 80 people a week are moved off the streets. What is the mayor's plan?

Protest caravan demands hotel rooms for homeless

Medical, faith, and homeless communities puts the obvious question: why isn't the city moving to take over, and ultimately buy, failing hotels for housing?

First sanctioned tent city opens in SF

'Better than nothing, but a flimsy bandaid.'

Physicians, advocates stage die-in outside mayor’s house

Protest by doctors, faith leaders, others brings attention to Breed's failure to put vulnerable homeless people in hotel rooms.

Will COVID kill capitalism?

Maybe not immediately -- but the radical redistribution of this moment won't be forgotten.

Campaign seeks to close jail at Hall of Justice

Sup. Fewer bill would shutter the dirty, dangerous, old facility by Nov. 1

Can hotels become permanent housing for homeless people?

Some of them clearly could -- if the city is ready to think about the long term.

‘Terrible, devastating, and preventable.’

Seventy people test positive for COVID in the city's largest homeless shelter while Mayor's Office delays on hotel rooms.

First COVID case in homeless shelter; supes demand hotel rooms

'We have the rooms. We have the money. We have the staff.' Why is the city putting thousands of lives at risk?