login    register    help     

 
About Us
 
Ash Center
 
Webinars
 
Innovation Awards
 
Innovators Insights Newsletter
 
Multimedia
 
Groups
 
 
All Topics
 
Criminal Justice and Public Safety
 
Economic and Community Development
 
Education and Training
 
Environment & Natural Resources
 
Finance
 
Governance and Politics
 
Health and Social Services
 
Organizational Management
  Administrative & Regulatory Reform
  Business & Industry
  E-Government
  Human Resources
  Labor Relations
  Leadership
  Performance Measurement & Management
  Procurement
  Public Communications
  Service Delivery
 
Public Infrastructure
 
Technology
 
 
All Themes
 
*Access to Services & Social Justice
 
*Accountability
 
*Collaboration
 
*Education
 
*Environment
 
*Government Performance & Management
 
*Government, Civil Society, & Private Sector Partnerships
 
*Health
 
*Justice & Security
 
*Participation
 
*Pluralism, Diversity, Gender, & Inequality
 
*Social Services
 
*Sustainable Development
 
*Technology
 

Walk-in center links homeless, services

San Francisco Chronicle
October 30, 2012
PAGE TOOLS
   
RELATED TOPICS
   
RATE THIS
 
I hate it   I love it
     
1

2

3

4

5
     
 
DIGG THIS
 
 

The 49-year-old was one of the first people to take advantage of San Francisco's new Every Day Connect, a smaller, daily version of the popular Project Homeless Connect, which allows homeless people to access a host of services at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium every other month. Chedister walked into Project Homeless Connect's offices on Van Ness Avenue unable to see well enough to play his beloved guitar or watch his favorite TV programs. [...] the couple, who live in public housing in the Tenderloin, asked a Project Homeless Connect staff member a few weeks ago for help securing Chedister's new glasses. Kara Zordel, director of Project Homeless Connect, said several people had visited the office on its first official day and even more had called its hotline to ask for services. The nonbinding resolution would call on the commissioners of the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and NBA to go on camera and invite LGBT players to come out.


Email this Article Add to del.icio.us Add to digg Add to Facebook


Visit source to read full article

   

© 2014 by Harvard University Kennedy School of Government. All Rights Reserved.
About Us | Privacy Policy | Partners | Contact Us | Provide Feedback | Advanced Search
 

ksg Version:   Host: ip-10-83-51-59  C3_DB=c3@localhost:3306; GEO_DB=plex-sandbox@localhost; KPLEX_DB=ksg@localhost:3306; SESSION_DB=session@localhost:3306;