November 24, 2022
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San Francisco officials estimate that up to 20,000 people will experience homelessness at some point in 2022 – and for every person housed by a city program, four more will become homeless.
Those numbers, contained in a report due out Thursday, reflect the Sisyphean nature of battling one of the city’s worst crises in some of the toughest terms ever. As dire as those numbers are, the report also shows the most significant progress in 17 years in reducing overall homelessness in San Francisco.
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