Aug 4, 2022
Officials: Aid for people forced off BART exceeds expectations in first 6 months
Millbrae’s new program to help unhoused people get off the streets produced promising results in its first six months of operation, city officials reported this week.
The city launched the program at the beginning of the year in response to growing concern over unhoused people arriving in the city via BART or Caltrain, the majority of whom had traveled from San Francisco, according to a city survey.
The program consists of two social workers from nonprofit LifeMoves, who conduct outreach near the station during evening and nighttime hours when the last trains arrive and those riding must exit the cars. The Millbrae station is at the end of the line, and law enforcement often intervenes to remove those who use the trains as shelter. Read More…
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