A Homeless Stereotype Blown Out of the Water
Articles in Homelessness
As evictions increase women religious are once again stepping up.
In case you missed it: a recording of the event hosted by the Vincentian Family at the UN: “HOMES FIRST: STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE YOUTH EMPOWERMENT POST COVID-19”.
Aside from the cramped space and lack of proper facilities, those who live in their vehicles also have to worry about the legality of their lifestyle – something that is frequently in flux as laws change.
Continuing the presentation of Fr. Robert Maloney’s research into the amazing facts of St. Vincent’s many initiatives with regard to the homeless of his day.
The homeless ranked high on Vincent’s agenda. A careful analysis of his life, writings, and conferences produces a very concrete picture of his works on their behalf.
“More than 95% of those who cycle through [Project HOME]… have never again returned to life on the streets— a success rate that has made the program a model for dozens of other U.S. cities.”
Mary searched my face for judgement. She really wanted to tell me her story of homelessness without feeling a gaze of disapproval.
A refresher course about the Vincentian Family Homeless Alliance – What is the Famvin Homeless Alliance? Its Roots – Collaborative work of the Vincentian Family 400 Years Ago – Updates
“The Dax Program was life-changing for me. I would have never been able to finish at DePaul had it not been for Dax.”
Do homeless people choose to be homeless? There are many valid reasons for choosing shelters and even the streets over home— if there is a home at all.
The “13 Houses” Campaign keeps growing in the United States, the country where it all began back in November 2018 with a single house for a single person. Almost two years later, the Campaign is touching the lives of nearly 5000 people worldwide. There are two...