Place matters when you’re experiencing homelessness. If you don’t have a car and you need to get to a job, meals, school, daycare, and other activities of daily living, then you need good access to public transportation. If you can’t afford public transportation, you might have to walk everywhere. If you experience homelessness in a place like South Bend that gets dangerously cold in the winter and dangerously hot in the summer, where you stay can be the difference between life and death. This map shows some of the places mentioned in our interviews of stakeholders. It does not show every relevant site, but visitors can move through the map to get a sense of the distance someone experiencing homelessness might walk by foot to get through the day. The Main Street encampment was centrally located.