Transformed Public Buses Offer The Homeless A Place To Shower
San Francisco introduces "washing trucks" to the city's large street population.
San Francisco has about 3,400 people living on the streets, but not enough public facilities and programs to provides support to this larger number. Ensuring proper hygiene among the large homeless population is very difficult, especially when there are only 16 public shower stalls that have limited hours and only open on certain days of the week.
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