Wednesday, May 21, 2014

One of San Diego’s Most Successful Homeless Programs Is Out of Money

Thirty-four of the most frequent homeless users of San Diego’s emergency services cost taxpayers and hospitals $4.3 million in responses to 911 calls and other public safety needs in 2010. Take those same people, put them in a house, give them preventative medical care and access to round-the-clock case workers, and the costs drop to $2.2 million in 2013.
One of San Diego’s Most Successful Homeless Programs Is Out of Money