Coordinated Street Outreach Program Will Help Homeless San Diegans (San Diego Housing Commission)

Date Published: 
November 5th, 2020

From KPBS San Diego:

The city of San Diego is planning to build on a successful pilot program for homeless San Diegans.

Oftentimes San Diego’s homeless outreach efforts have been left to police officers, which can be dangerous for some unsheltered residents.

The Coordinated Street Outreach Program offers a different approach, using case managers to connect people with permanent housing and social services.


The program will be administered through the San Diego Housing Commission and operated by the nonprofit People Assisting The Homeless, or PATH San Diego.

Read KPBS San Diego's article "Coordinated Street Outreach Program Will Help Homeless San Diegans," featuring the San Diego Housing Commission.

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