Tyler’s homeless community has long extended beyond the people on downtown benches and inside the Salvation Army. Less than a mile away, there’s a small city of tents and camp fires where people go when they’re out of options.
In the fall of 2013, a man moved in despite having a place of his own. With the help of some anonymous backers and some basic supplies Tim Harris started Camp P.S. 91, after the verse in Psalms.
P.S. 91 is a place that helps people find meaning in a life that’s taken a turn for the worst. Harris says it’s his calling.