Problem Essay: The Problem Of Homeless People

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Nowadays, the problem of homeless people is rather a pressing one, and unfortunately, is widespread all over the world. You can’t go anywhere in a large country without people holding a sign saying “homeless, please help!”. Most of them are an effect of mental illness, poor survival skill, and drug abuse which makes it very difficult and not easy for them to restart their live and get a job. They are out of control for knowing what they should do, what they need, and what they have to do. They have no other way out than to live in the street, sleep under bridges, and beg for some money. To prevent all of this problem, we “the people” already started a canned food drive, building up many shelters, and give them a basic needs, but the homeless …show more content…
To stop from the increasing the homeless people, we should build a rehabilitation centers, building these children future through education, and a counselling for better investment on money. The first step we should do is to build a rehab centers for homelessness. Most homeless people are facing with a drug abuse and alcohol stuffs. It is a progressive illness whose ends are always the same, jails, institution, and death. The image of homeless people evokes a lazy bum spending his or her day under the bridges in a drunken stupor or smoker are always come to many people’s mind first when they hear about “homelessness”. Even though the drug addiction is a biggest problem to make people become craziest that they can’t even control themselves or do anything but for them, drug abuse and alcohol is just a part of their life. Because of this situation, we could spend more money on helping addicts recover rather than trying to prevent new ones. An addicts mind is very complex and full of negative thoughts. They feel like their drug of choice is the only thing that will make life tolerable and have little motivation to quit. Even with friends and family begging them not to do it, an addict can’t help but with this …show more content…
Money isn’t necessarily needed to survive but in the world that we live in today, it really is.However, the big issue isn’t what costs money, it is how homeless people spend their money. Until now, many of them have no clue what money management is. They are lacking in the knowledge desperately needed in today’s age on this subject. As we knows, most of homeless people are facing with drug addicts, alcoholics, and gamblers, so if they saving up some money, they will spend them for addiction things instead of saving them for better things in the future. That is why we should start the plans on building the centers for counselling them how to manage their money. It will help individuals to understand the value of money and enable to get the essential managing ability. After these classes, they will think back and knows that no matter how little or how much money they have, spending it wisely is always a good

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