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WHY do so many San Franciscans not have a home in their hometown? WHY haven’t we solved homelessness by now? WHY should you care?*

Solutions to homelessness begin with asking these questions—of ourselves, our neighbors, and our city. Sign the All In pledge and take the first step to defining the answers, together.

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*There are so many valid questions about homelessness. Find out more about the ongoing conversation.

Be Part of the Solution to Homelessness

WHY do so many San Franciscans not have a home in their hometown? WHY haven’t we solved homelessness by now? WHY should you care?*

Solutions to homelessness begin with asking these questions—of ourselves, our neighbors, and our city. Sign the All In pledge and take the first step to defining the answers, together.

Sign The Pledge

*There are so many valid questions about homelessness. Find out more about the ongoing conversation.

Go all in for Our City and Our Neighbors

We ask about the things we care about. The more we know about a problem, the more we know about how to solve it. Asking WHY opens our minds and allows us to approach issues with new insight and compassion.

As residents of San Francisco, we’re responsible for what happens in our city and our neighbors—housed and unhoused. And we won’t get the answers to our questions unless we demand them, together.

Join us, and start asking questions and demanding answers about homelessness today.

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Don’t isolate homeless people, don’t look down on them. Homeless people are not bad. Don’t be mismissive.

– Roman Carrasco

We focus on the whole person — being able to provide housing because health starts with stability.

– Joi Jackson-Morgan

Homeless families are always hidden. You will be surprised — you can walk right by a person and not know they are homeless.

– Tracey Mixon

70% of people experiencing homelessness in San Francisco were SF residents when they became homeless.

On any given night, the City of San Francisco provides housing or shelter to over 12,000 people.

Housing with supportive services has been shown to be the most effective solution for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness — with 85% of people remaining housed for the long-term.

89% of San Franciscans agree that the best way to help someone experiencing homelessness is to support their efforts to find a long-term place to live.