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A look at how homelessness reporters are approaching the beat during the pandemic.
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Since he lost his housing and began living on the streets in 2010, Theo Henderson has found it challenging to manage his Type 2 diabetes. Having so little control over his environment, it’s extremely difficult to follow any sort of routine, which is something diabetes patients say is key in helping
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"The experience of working with our subjects for more than a year changed my own ideas about homelessness and how to report on it."
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A reporter sets out to explore Santa Cruz County's persistent homelessness crisis and the health risks it poses to both those without homes and the broader community.
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Inside Housing Matters’ plan for permanent supportive housing in Harvey West.
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A 2019 USC Annenberg Center for Health Reporting data fellowship allowed me to learn about the unique health needs of individuals experiencing homelessness in the Coachella Valley....
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From extreme loneliness to heart problems to vision impairment, how does living without a home affect or contribute to these conditions as a person ages?
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This story was produced as part of a larger project led by Will James, a participant in the 2019 National Fellowship....
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Does something about Olympia attract desperate people from all over? We examine the “magnet theory” of homelessness.
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One by one, elected officials and others stepped somberly to the microphone in a cheerless homeless shelter in San Jose to read the names of the dead: Michael Guilford. Dean Rowland. John Doe. The list stretched on.

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