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Homeless people in West Marin may be passing through town, or escaping harsher realities over the hill. While there are just a few support services, the coast offers quiet that can’t be found in cities.   David Briggs

The number of people living in their vehicles in Marin nearly doubled in the past two years, reflecting a chronic issue that is complex and expensive to address. Homelessness on the coast continues to be a grueling ordeal, especially for mentally ill people struggling to maintain their stability. Marin is pursuing more rental units to house the most vulnerable . . .

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