Any walk around downtown San Francisco makes it abundantly clear City Hall can’t solve the homeless crisis on its own. So it’s reaching out to a seemingly unlikely pool of people for help: regular city residents with spare rooms and big hearts.

In partnership with the SF LGBT Center, the city is seeking hosts for homeless LGBT youth, which represent a sizable chunk of its homeless population. The program is called Host Homes, and it relies entirely on compassionate San Franciscans who are willing to do far more than most of us would to tackle the city’s street misery.

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