Thanks to the San Francisco Chronicle for including young people in their fourth annual SF Homeless Project, a coalition of media organizations focusing on homelessness in San Francisco. For 24 hours on July 30, the Chronicle sent journalists all over the city to talk to people experiencing homelessness and one of them is a young person in our programs, Navi Vargas.

Here’s an excerpt from the article:

“After brief stays in Los Angeles, Seattle and Oregon, Vargas moved to LGBT-friendly San Francisco when he was 19. He lived in a homeless shelter for seven months before landing a transitional homeless housing unit at Larkin Street Youth Services two months ago.”

Read the full piece in the San Francisco Chronicle, and be sure to check out all of the #SFHomelessProject coverage today!