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Articles for Homelessness
There is a TV commercial for a credit card company that we have all likely seen (maybe way too often) that uses the catch phrase of “What’s in your wallet?”
Homelessness is certainly a topic we hear and talk about a great deal in today’s world as there are many cities across North America that are trying to make the need for affordable, safe and secure housing a major component their future planning.
What do I know about the common profile of people who sleep in each of these situations- on the street, in a car, in an abandoned building, on friends’ sofas, etc.?
This prayer was shared by Famvin Australia.
A video called “Seeing the Unseen” from the St. Vincent de Paul Society of San Francisco shows how Vincentians are serving the homeless population and lets us hear from some of their clients.
VincentCare’s revamped Ozanam House is specially designed to support people’s recovery from homelessness.
Communicating with the homeless people provides us, volunteers, with the opportunity to correct false views about the needy and receive joy and gratitude from them. Love is unselfish– that was the most important lesson and experience of this “family” picnic.
Diners file in, eat quickly and get up as soon as they’re finished. They know someone is waiting outside for their seat. The USA can’t solve Homelessness.
My stereotypes of what homeless people look and act like taught me how not to recognize homeless people.
Depaul USA’s Dax Program in Chicago was featured on WGN-TV Chicago on Tuesday, March 12 in a story about homelessness among college students.
A story of homelessness with a happy ending but a terrifying realization of being one step away from being out on the streets again.