“We need about 3-4 people like him,” one park resident said. “He’s trying his best to do everything for people out here.”
In 2017, Berkeley made it illegal to discriminate against tenants who use housing vouchers. So why are there still so many Craigslist ads flouting that law?
The numbers behind the people living on Berkeley's streets.
For more than 20 years, this volunteer extraordinaire has been preparing and serving free meals, running a quasi post office and handing out supplies to those who sleep on the streets.
The 24-year-old publication is one of more than 100 street newspapers in 34 countries with a combined readership of more than 5 million.
While Andy Pope was living on the streets, he was reluctant to find a cheaper locale in which to live because he didn't want to leave his support network. He eventually changed his mind.
My friend Michelle Marie Larson was a giving person, but living on the streets took its toll. In October last year, she died on Shattuck Avenue, an apparent suicide.
On Wednesday, as part of the SF Homeless Project, we are focusing on stories about the 1,000-2,000 people who don't have a permanent place to live in Berkeley.
Find out the best types of foods to donate and where to bring them, as well as places to volunteer to feed the hungry.
Residents at the new West Berkeley shelter will have 24/7 access, showers, laundry facilities, the ability to bring pets and store their belongings on site.
Volunteers spent the weekend in West Berkeley sprucing up the city's new Pathways center to prep it for its scheduled opening June 23. See how plans have changed.
Officials have voted to move ahead with plans to open a new "pop-up" homeless shelter at Second and Cedar — despite many unknowns about financing, staffing and logistics.