After six months of the intervention in the Bronx, there is an unknown: How many people are living on the streets in Bogota?
The Secretariat of Social Integration said that over the last several months 550 homeless said "yes" to the opportunity to initiate a process of detoxification and re-socialization. One of them is a man of 51 years, who for protection of his identity has decided to call himself Carlos, and who for three months has been in the recovery process: which includes leaving the street, abandoning consumption of hallucinogens, and developing social activities and trying to find a job. Currently, Carlos wants to find his son, he has not seen him for more than 12 years, start a business of wraps and crepes, and to recover what the street snatched him.
Carlos, exhabitante de calle. Ricardo Wiches, Pedagogo Centro de Atención Transitorio. Jhon, amigo de Carlos. María Consuelo Araujo, Secretaria de Integración social. General Hoover Pinilla, Comandante de la Policía Metropolitana de Bogotá. Hollman Morris, Concejal Movimiento Progresistas. Diego Molano, Concejal Centro Democrático. Wilson Díaz, Alcalde local de Los Mártires. Gustavo Niño, Alcalde local de Santa Fe.