Sal, a resident of the Coyote Creek encampment

“In my experience, it was a slow decline and we knew this was coming, so we prepared better than most and we were able to get into RVs. But for a lot of people, it’s not like that. Things happened and they were just pretty much expelled from their dwellings, and they were just not prepared, and they wind up in places like here. When you start looking around at the people that are here, a lot of them have addictions, and some of them worse than others, but there are a lot of savable people here. A lot of good people here. The city doesn’t take time to look.”

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