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Tagged with: mental health

Screen Grabs: Real horror in the Capitol

New doc details January 6 insurrection. Plus, three more seasonally appropriate thriller-chillers

Again, the Chron blames Boudin for a terrible situation that wasn’t his fault

The case of two bicycle hit-and-runs is a lot more complicated than Heather Knight's column suggests.

Robots in the crash pad: The twisted takeover of the Red Victorian Hotel

How Haight Ashbury countercultural ideals were distorted by a tech "co-living" experiment, and a trans performance community was displaced.

Keep the SIP hotels open to save lives, demonstrators tell Mayor Breed

Sup. Haney says feds will probably keep paying—but in the end, the city needs to buy these hotels as permanent housing.

Medical professionals say that SIP hotel program is saving and changing lives

Data shows marked improvements in physical and mental health of formerly homeless—so why is SF shutting these hotels down?

Homelessness—and failed solutions— in Salt Lake City and Denver

Sweeps and attacks on the unhoused are not just happening in the Bay Area; it's a national problem.

Screen Grabs: Folly and excess in ‘Annette’ and ‘Nine Days’

But a moving 'Ailey' gripping 'Sabaya,' and poignant 'What We Left Unfinished.' This week's new movies!

The budget’s not perfect — but it’s a lot better than what the mayor offered

Plus: Parklets, small business -- and the terrible mess that is public housing in the Western Addition. That's The Agenda for July 11-18

Death Row inmate who may be exonerated talks about his story

Kevin Cooper was three hours away from execution. Now he may be freed. He talks about racism, criminal justice, and his nearly 30-year fight to prove his innocence.

DA closes Amilcar Lopez case, but the community trauma still remains

San Francisco needs to make big changes in policing so this young immigrant didn't die in vain.