San Francisco opened a liaison center at UN Plaza on Tuesday to connect Tenderloin residents to housing, addiction treatment and other services, a major component of Mayor London Breed’s initiative to address living conditions and overdose deaths in the neighborhood.
The city said anyone can now enter the street at 1170 Market St. to get food or clothing or to bathe or use the bathroom. They can then get referrals for mental health care, addiction treatment, shelter, and other resources.
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