San Franciscans encounter homelessness every day. On our walk to work, on public transit, even outside of our homes. And it’s hard to pass people in need constantly, but it’s also hard to know how to fix such an overwhelming problem.
One user on Reddit was curious how to help, and their simple question, “Former homeless people of reddit, what can we do to help homeless people the most?,” now has over 2,300 comments offering suggestions.
The entire thread is worth a look; it’s full of thoughtful responses and interesting conversations. But the thing that stands out the most — other than the heartbreaking family circumstances that so often led to homelessness in teen users — is the kindness of strangers.
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