AIDS Housing Alliance en Queer & Homeless - Not Just 'Youth.' LGBTQ Connect is Oct. 7 <p><font id="yui_3_7_2_1_1380817952175_6042" size="2">&nbsp;&nbsp;</font></p><p><font id="yui_3_7_2_1_1380817952175_6042" size="2">San Francisco&rsquo;s latest survey of its homeless children and adults found that 29% of them were gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, while only about 15% of the city&rsquo;s overall population is LGBT. So Monday, the city holds its first-ever LGBTQ Connect<span>, </span>a targeted version of its Project Homeless Connect events that help low-income people find housing and a wide range of services. Tonight on Out in the Bay, Eric Jansen&rsquo;s guests are <a href="">Project Homeless Connect</a> program director Emily Cohen and</font><font id="yui_3_7_2_1_1380817952175_6042" size="2"><span> </span></font><a href="">AIDS Housing Alliance SF</a><font id="yui_3_7_2_1_1380817952175_6042" size="2"><span> director Brian Basinger,</span></font> instrumental in creating LGBTQ Connect. <strong>Tune in 7pm Thursday</strong> to learn about the services to be offered Monday at <a href="">LGBTQ Connect</a> and for a discussion about what &quot;homeless&quot; means in today&#39;s economy, why LGBT people have a hard time in homeless shelters and a hard time getting services, how evictions are disproportionately affecting LGBT people, and how San Francisco and other cities are addressing these challenges.&nbsp; Thu, 03 Oct 2013 17:50:13 +0000 Eric Jansen 33950 at Queer & Homeless - Not Just 'Youth.' LGBTQ Connect is Oct. 7