A California Program Aids the ‘Forgotten’ Homeless

A California Program Aids the ‘Forgotten’ Homeless

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“Safe Haven, a cozy 25-bed residence in Santa Monica, takes in those who have been on the streets more than a year and have a disability and helps put them in permanent housing.”  (Christian Science Monitor) Includes the inspiring story of a self-styled chess master Timothy Caldwell who was homeless and now plays chess for money that he donates to others who are homeless.

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