Within the last year, the city of San Diego has dramatically increased funding for homelessness services.

City leaders have opened temporary homeless tents, opened a storage center in Sherman Heights and recently announced that the City Hall complex will serve as a temporary shelter. To better understand how much the city is paying for all these services, Voice of San Diego’s Lisa Halverstadt and NBC 7’s Catherine Garcia sift through the numbers.

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