“Having slept in the alleyways, underpasses and sidewalks of Los Angeles throughout much of his adult life, Maya longed for a place to call home. A chameleon by nature, Maya assumed he would transition quickly, just as he had adapted to the Navy, prison and living in a tent. He’d have his own keys, his own coffee maker. Safety. Ease. He didn’t think the hardest part was yet to come.” California spends a ton of money trying to solve the homeless problem, but success remains elusive. Following a homeless vet through the system might offer some clues as to why. One man’s lonely journey through California’s plan to end homelessness.