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Haight-Ashbury community services a background study. by San Francisco (Calif.). Dept. of City Planning.

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Published in [San Francisco] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • City planning -- California -- San Francisco.,
  • Municipal services -- California -- San Francisco.,
  • Social service -- California -- San Francisco.

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Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22946094M

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Next month, HealthRight plans to open a new mobile medical clinic in a small bus to provide some of the lost medical services in the Haight. It will also stop at medically underserved parts of the city, Eisen said. The shuttering of the Haight-Ashbury site marks the end of an era. But its impact on the medical community lives on, Heilig said. THE HAIGHT-ASHBURY: A HISTORY book by Charles Perry gives you a fly-on-the-wall experience of the turbulent epicenter of the counter-culture revolution that began in the 60s. Starting with a brief history of the area, Perry provides a detailed account of the people, places, and events that would shape a relatively obscure and dilapidated area Reviews:   The shuttering of the Haight-Ashbury site marks the end of an era. But its impact on the medical community lives on, Heilig said. “It spurred a movement of free clinics around the country,” he.   Then the movement waned, and the area began to decay along with it. "By the fall of , Haight-Ashbury was nearly abandoned, trashed, and laden with drugs and homeless people," blogger Jon Newman wrote in his essay Death of the Hippie Subculture. "With the Haight in ruins and most of its residents gone, it was simply unable to operate as a hub for music, poetry and art.".