A San Diego nonprofit is pushing to create “safe villages” for the homeless

These safe villages would be campgrounds or parking lots with toilets, showers, tents, cottages, pallet homes, and other types of temporary housing. (San Diego Union-Tribune)

Not a substitute for permanent housing, but better than impromptu encampments for both the homeless people and the surrounding communities.

This article needs comment from actual homeless people. Sadly, they are not hard to find

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