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Review for Project Homeless Connect, San Francisco, CA, USA
Project Homeless Connect was a great experience. It was unbelievable to see how much help these clients needed. The clients were very pleased with these types of services that were available to them at no cost. I believe offerings free under-one-roof comprehensive services solve the homelessness. This service supports them in their desperate needs. I think Project Homeless Connect helps solve the homelessness issue. They provide agencies that help them write a resume and find a job. They offer housing information that will help them get off the streets. They come from having nothing besides the clothes on their back. Project Homeless Connect gives them food, medical attention, supplies, clothes, information. These offerings allow every homeless to get help and advice in San Francisco. San Francisco has decreased services for the homeless because of budget problems. If I had to choose between a clinic with regular hours or Project Homeless Connect every two months I would choose Project Homeless Connect. Project Homeless Connect allows every homeless no matter what condition or circumstance to get the help they need. In a clinic with regular hours not every homeless may be able to attend. The clinic may be small and not provide services Project Homeless Connect does. If health care was available using this model for all individuals, I do think people would choose it. The main reason would be that the health care is free. Health care is either very expensive or hard to obtain. A large reason why people are in bad health is because they are unable to obtain health care. Health care is very important. I am very pleased that Project Homeless Connect has sponsors that provided free services. Especially now, due to the economic crisis, there has been an increase in homelessness. It is very important to keep those people in mind and provide free under-one-roof services, because it really benefits them.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Help medical needs and help find housing for homeless
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