Homeless, The Act Of One Being Without A House Essay

814 Words Aug 4th, 2015 4 Pages
Homeless, the act of one being without a house has not only affect ordinary civilian but has become a huge problems for the men and women who put their lives on the line to protect the United State. Despite the endeavors by government, it has failed on it social, economic and medical reform. In reference to the sources, the difference between them is that, with the scholarly source, it represents a combination of different authors of various works of life bringing together facts and statistics base on the researches and analysis they all carried out to determine the causes of homelessness of all kinds and solution to overcome it, not limiting just the case for veterans but also families and youths homelessness. It’s therefor focus on those affect by homelessness internationally and likewise carrying out researches, analyzing and taking into consideration the problems face by all kinds of homelessness globally. However, it also provide an in depth description for homelessness, taking from books writing by expect, organization and government agencies. Meanwhile the popular source focus how the government, communities and nonprofit organization has put in limited progress to provide adequate housing for the homeless veterans. Its emphasis on problems face by homeless ones like mental health disorder and substance abuse. Moreover, it’s also mention the effort made by federal government, states and other private institution, who has help reduce…

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