How a San Antonio shelter is using data to inform services for unhoused families
As cities around the country work to address a worsening homelessness crisis, more leaders are looking to model some of the success seen in San Antonio, Texas.
Iris Dimmick, a senior reporter for the nonprofit newsroom The San Antonio Report, has been writing about efforts there to collect more data about the unhoused population — and how one group is even providing child care for families. She speaks with Here & Now’s Deepa Fernandes.
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