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Homelessness in Sitka, Pt. 3: Resources

SITKA, ALASKA In the first part of our series on homelessness, a local pastor said there's no cohesive network of help for those without permanent shelter. He called it a “patchwork.” In this, the third and final installment, Raven News looks at the different resources for Sitka's homeless.
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