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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although the city of Berkeley has benefited from state-supported programs and local policies that aim to tackle houselessness, community members have been pushing for alternative and more substantial approaches.
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Although Berkeley’s Sacred Rest Drop-In Center for houseless people is temporarily closed to accommodate a summer camp, Village of Love executive director and founder Joey Harrison has found other ways to serve the city’s unhoused community. 
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Although Berkeley’s Sacred Rest Drop-In Center for houseless people is temporarily closed to accommodate a summer camp, Village of Love executive director and founder Joey Harrison has found other ways to serve the city’s unhoused community. 
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Berkeley City Council members sought to define the intersection of homelessness and mental illness in order to develop an action plan to address both at a work session Tuesday.
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Berkeley City Council members sought to define the intersection of homelessness and mental illness in order to develop an action plan to address both at a work session Tuesday.
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Somewhere in Berkeley, a mother and daughter are sharing one room with an air mattress. Somewhere else, a single mother lives in a vehicle where she used to live with her son before he was taken away because she was unable to find housing.
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Somewhere in Berkeley, a mother and daughter are sharing one room with an air mattress. Somewhere else, a single mother lives in a vehicle where she used to live with her son before he was taken away because she was unable to find housing.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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The Berkeley City Council banned facial recognition technology from use by any city agencies, making Berkeley the fourth city in the U.S. to do so.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday to discuss an extensive report concerning the 1,000 Person Plan to address homelessness.
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Berkeley City Council held a special meeting Tuesday to discuss an extensive report concerning the 1,000 Person Plan to address homelessness.
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Twenty people have found permanent housing through Berkeley’s Pathways STAIR Navigation Center since its opening in June, according to a presentation heard by the Berkeley City Council in its special meeting Tuesday.
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Twenty people have found permanent housing through Berkeley’s Pathways STAIR Navigation Center since its opening in June, according to a presentation heard by the Berkeley City Council in its special meeting Tuesday.
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The center can house up to 45 people, who turn to the shelter to eat meals, take a shower, use laundry facilities and, in some cases, find permanent housing.
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The center can house up to 45 people, who turn to the shelter to eat meals, take a shower, use laundry facilities and, in some cases, find permanent housing.
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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.
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As a community forum on homelessness drew to a close Monday night, a handful of attendees voiced disappointment about Berkeley City Council’s efforts to address issues affecting the local homeless population.
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Berkeley City Council approved a plan to aid and further discuss the homelessness crisis, as well as a grant for bulletproof vans for the Berkeley Police Department at their regular Tuesday meeting.
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Berkeley City Council approved a plan to aid and further discuss the homelessness crisis, as well as a grant for bulletproof vans for the Berkeley Police Department at their regular Tuesday meeting.
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