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Excerpt from Modesto Bee article published August 4, 2018
Stanislaus County picks its spot for temporary homeless shelter
Stanislaus County is proposing to open a temporary shelter in two buildings of its former hospital at its Scenic Drive government center to deal with the growing homelessness crisis.
The shelter could be open for about two years until the county is able to open a permanent access center at another location and which would provide comprehensive services for homeless people.
County leaders unveiled the plan for the temporary shelter at a Friday afternoon Bee editorial board meeting. They expect to bring the proposal before the Board of Supervisors at its Aug. 28 meeting as part of a comprehensive discussion about homelessness, the county’s efforts to address it and potential next steps.
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