Being homeless in West Marin has only grown harder since the start of the pandemic. 

An initial push by West Marin Community Services to shelter residents was successful for a few months, but the nonprofit ended the program, citing demand for other services, like rental assistance and the food pantry. At the same time, counselors across . . .

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