FAIRFIELD (CBS13) – A man who was homeless until recently received a special gift — all thanks to a Fairfield police officer.
A few months ago, the man received help from Solano County Behavior Health services and the Fairfield Police Department’s Homeless Intervention Team, was able to shelter, and eventually became stable, according to the Fairfield Police Department.READ MORE: MLB Tells Oakland A’s To Start Exploring Other Cities As Howard Terminal Effort Remains Stalled
During one of his visits with Fairfield police, the man expressed his love of music, particularly the keyboard. He said he used to be an avid player and finds it relaxing.
Through the help of an anonymous donation, Officer Neal with the Fairfield Police Department was able to get a keyboard for the man. Police tweeted out a video of him now enjoying his gift.READ MORE: Stockton Police Officer And Suspect Shot, Conditions Unknown
Together we can help our homeless find the way home
W/ the support from our #Homeless Intervention Team, @cityoffairfield's Homeless Services Div, case management from Shelter Solano, #SolanoCounty Behavioral Health & #ProjectRoomkey, we are providing stabilized/permanent 1/6 pic.twitter.com/4pKcck2a8W
— Fairfield, CA Police (@FairfieldPolice) December 18, 2020MORE NEWS: Gov. Newsom Proposes $12 Billion In New Funding To House California’s Homeless