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INFOGRAPHIC: Two city departments are running similar programs aimed at getting people off the street and into apartments. Audits of the San Francisco homeless programs show that the demand for permanent supportive housing far exceeds supply. More than 7,000 people are homeless today; Only a few hundred places are available each year.

Illustrations by Patrick Sean Gibson.

Read the lead story: Promise of supportive living for homeless faces Reality of scarce supply.

– Further information can be found at: https://sfpublicpress.org/news/2014-10/promise-of-supportive-housing-for-homeless-faces-reality-of-short-supply#sthash.pngD2reA.dpuf

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