Peninsula shelters address complaints

Sammy Minyard reached out to the Bay Area Reporter in October with copies of her complaints against the South San Francisco Safe Harbor shelter, run by Samaritan House.Minyard, 35, provided the B.A.R.

with photographs of five complaints she filed; only three regard specific instances of alleged harassment or discrimination.A complaint filed September 12 and another filed September 16 allege she was interrupted on multiple occasions when taking a shower, which is against Samaritan House policy.

A third, also filed on the 16th, alleges a staff member misgendered her."I was taking a shower and a janitor came in and I said 'excuse me?'" Minyard told the B.A.R. "The janitor is supposed to come in at a certain time.

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