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America’s 5 Best Cities For Homeless Citizens

In simple words, a homeless person does not have a home. Technically, homelessness refers to a situation of a person, family, or community without any safe, stable, and permanent homes. According to the “Centers for Disease Control and Prevention” CDC, people living on the streets are fifteen times more likely to become victims of violence….

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Programs That Help Homeless Families

In eradicating Homelessness in the United States, we have seen the existence of nongovernmental organizations. These organizations, serving as a relief system to the United States, have assisted myriads of people in addressing their homeless status. Are you willing to donate funds to these organizations? Do you desire to know how these programs operate? Are…

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5 Effective Ways To Improve OVERCOMING HOMELESSNESS

Each night in the United States, more than 500,000 individuals sleep on the streets. 15% of these individuals are chronically homeless-they’ve not had a permanent home for years and they regularly cycle through hospitals, jails, and other homeless shelters, to lay their heads. In recent years, the U.S. government has tried to address this issue….

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HOMELESS SHELTER RESOURCES Cheat Sheet

Homeless shelters are places that provide temporary residence for homeless individuals and families. These are usually nonprofits and are committed to helping the homeless. The quality of living in these homeless shelters varies shelter-by-shelter but usually they are a nice place to get a warm bed and cleaned up. Helping the homeless is important and…

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HELPING THE HOMELESS Made Simple

America has a poverty issue. There are an estimated 553,742 people currently homeless in the United States. This is no number to scoff at. This blog post is going to cover concrete, actionable steps anyone can take to help the homeless. We’re mainly focusing on solutions for the United States, but many of these ideas…

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7 Laws The Homeless Feel Targeted By

In this post I plan to cover seven laws that  targeted the homeless.  If  you think locally about these laws as you read this post, can realize that the laws apply to all citizens. Not just the homeless. But having spent time on the streets walking among the homeless I will tell you, the homeless…

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Understanding ARE HOMELESS PEOPLE DANGEROUS

I have found people sleeping in the streets every night they are all homeless. Yes, they don’t have somewhere they call their home at all. An affordable home is not possible for these homeless people. These citizens wear torn dirty clothes. Do they look as if they are dangerous, but are homeless people dangerous? When…