Focus Remains On Troubled Boston Area Amid Concerns The Pandemic Is Worsening The Opioid Crisis

WBUR; Deborah Becker

Believe it or not there's quite a community inside, you'll find a lot of people taking care of each other," said Jessie Gaeta, with Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, one of the agencies that helps staff the comfort station. "We help provide people with their medications and access services. Is this the most dignified way to live? No, but it's better than not having access to bathrooms at all, not having access to water and soap."