On this episode of 'Homeless in San Diego: Real People, Real Stories,' host Greg Anglea, CEO of Interfaith Community Services, welcomes Nathan Fletcher, candidate for County Board of Supervisors. Nathan discusses his personal experiences with homelessness, including the stories of several friends and colleagues who have found themselves living on the streets following military service, divorce, the market crash of 2008, and substance use. Nathan also shares with Greg his plans to help the homeless crisis should he be elected, and how his dedication to service came from his upbringing and mother's work as a crime victim's advocate.
To learn more about Nathan Fletcher and his campaign platform, listeners are invited to visit nathanfletcher.com or call 858-249-8233.
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Disclaimer: Homeless in San Diego is a neutral, safe space for all to share their perspectives on homelessness across the region. Neither the podcast, nor Interfaith Community Services, endorses political candidates. As of publishing this episode, additional candidates have been invited to co-host the podcast, however no responses have been received.