When Tony ends up homeless after losing his job as a waiter in San Diego, he is faced with the daily struggles of life on the streets. His search for housing begins, but then turns into a quest for solutions to homelessness, not just for himself, but for thousands people living on the streets across the county. The investigation takes him to the top levels of government locally, but also to regions across the country where progress is being made. What do communities do to significantly reduce homelessness? What is happening in San Diego? And does Tony find housing? Learn about how to solve homelessness in San Diego through the eyes of someone who lives on its street every day.
Date: March 16, 6 - 8 p.m. (doors open at 5:30 p.m.)
Where: 2728 6th Ave. (entrance on 5th Ave.), San Diego, CA 92103
The movie will be followed by a panel discussion, including with filmmaker Dennis Stein and with Tony himself.
Preview the movie here:
For more information about the film, see the website.
To RSVP, please contact Deann Rios by email or phone (619-694-9892); or fill out the form below:
This event is sponsored by St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral, Episcopal Diocese of San Diego, and Episcopal Community Services.