Sixteen months after a coalition of San Diego nonprofit groups took the county’s most costly homeless people – highest consumers of ambulance rides, emergency room and police resources – and put them into permanent housing, the cost savings are adding up.
Author: Marty Graham
A San Diego program uses parent volunteers to help elementary school students stay safe on their way to and from school.
Children in communities south of San Diego near the port and the traffic-choked border suffer higher rates of asthma than kids in other parts of the county. Is diesel pollution to blame?