Homelessness: Target Population Analysis

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Target Population
Burt, Aron, Douglas, Valente, Lee, and Iwen (1999) claim families homelessness consist of 34 percent and 23 percent children according to the National Survey of Homeless Assistance Provider. The target population will consist of African American females will children. When it comes to family and children homelessness, 1.5 million children are reported to experience at least one night of homelessness each year in American (Tobin & Murphy, 2013). These families faces a lot of different issues. Homelessness can be caused by poverty. Families may experience poverty because of no work or a lack of money made on their jobs. According to Tobin et. al. (2013), families living in shelters or streets can be dangerous because of
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The second goal would include helping families with health and social services. The third goal is to encourage state agencies and communities to help enhance their response to families that are encountering homelessness. The fourth goal include developing a program to help children get in to daycare, Pre-K, and public school. The fifth goal would be to reduce or end homelessness. A sixth goal would be educate parents to help them increase the income by finding jobs that will help support their family. This would include making sure that families do not live in the same shelter areas as individuals, veterans, and those with mental illness. The researchers seek to offer a safe place to live in Montgomery …show more content…
Moreover, social change influence help of improve moral aspect, and social presence, cohesion, and harmony. Furthermore, this will also include reasonable housing, assistance services, and sufficient income. Accomplishing the goals of said research will influence social change by providing a platform for preventing homelessness. It is the objective to provide financial and community resource knowledge to families that are on the verge of becoming homeless. Data collection will be used to draw the necessary dimensions for the signs of becoming homeless. Essentially, helping other single mother families from experiencing homelessness. This will allow for more advocacy in communities and in the governments of the seriousness of homelessness in families, which would convince them for support to prevent homelessness. A social change can affect homeless single parents to make changes that is needed to better their life and

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