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    being moved further from the neighborhoods they know, and from family and friends who might be able to help them” (Harris). Another result of the living conditions within the homeless shelter’s is the organization. Homeless shelters in New York City house hundreds of people. These poor people are unorganized and are forced to stay alerted at all times because “some shelters require that parents be present for room inspections, which sometimes occur at night, keeping the children up late, or in…

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    Homelessness Homelessness in one of the major problems in America. Over half a million people are homeless. One quarter of the homeless people are children. This is the result of people having a low paying job or they are jobless. The lack of affordable housing is one of the causes of homelessness. In order to reduce homelessness there should be lower income housing that people can afford. (Quigley, 2014) One of the major reasons of homelessness is lack of affordable housing. Some people work…

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    Directed Self Placement In the articles, Homelessness Kills by Jan Gurley and Facts for College Students from the National Coalition for the Homeless they highlight the crucial issue of homelessness in San Francisco, as well as the nation. The fact of the matter, each of them state, is that simply ignoring the problem and not taking action toward the rising epidemic will only result in further damage to communities. Throughout both articles the authors emphasize the causes and the reasons as to…

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    Mental health issues are common among homeless people, and number of homeless people is increasing in Chicago. An analysis by the CCH estimates that 125,848 Chicagoans were homeless in the course of the 2014-15 (Chicago Coalition for the Homeless, 2015). According to the Health Care for the Homeless, approximately 39% or about one third of homeless people go through mental diagnosis, but “lack of documentation, lack of transportation, and difficulty adhering to treatment regimens prevent many…

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    I have chosen to perform my windshield survey on the neighborhood in the city of Hartford on which I will be doing my clinical community service rotation at a Immaculate Conception homeless shelter. This neighborhood is located on the southwest part of the city of Hartford and is part of the Frog Hollow neighborhood. I have visited this neighborhood two times since I have started my classes this semester and most of my visits have been done during the daytime. I what my sisters like to call…

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    some education, it's not like they are monstrous, uneducated, beings, they are just normal people who hit a rough patch in their life and never got out of it due to losing their job, not having enough money to pay bills, and then kicked out of their house. It can happen to anyone, even to the richest people. the main reason people need to help the homeless is because they are people too. They are not monsters, God loves them as he does everyone, he wants society to love their neighbor, the…

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    Good afternoon everyone? Today I’m going to talk about the effect of homelessness. Do you think that “Why our social have many homelessness in each city?” What is the cause to make people to homeless ness? In the graph show about cause of homelessness for household. Many people in social have many burden such as work, family, and finance. If they have trouble about these reasons and they can’t solve with these problem. As a result, they will risky to homelessness. Now, I’m going to talk about 3…

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    1. What 2 major causes of homelessness in the U.S. do you feel you could have the greatest impact on a family’s mental health? It was disheartening to read that “216,261 family members were literally homeless on a single night in January, and almost 60% of these were children under the age of 18”. The picture this article provides is haunting. While this is a hard issue to tackle, we as mental health counselors can help families going through homelessness. One major cause of homelessness as…

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    1. Your boss has presented the idea of using homeless people in a project similar to what BBH Labs has done, what would you tell him? If your boss is determined to move forward with the project, what would you do? I believe that using homeless people to perform any type of work seems out of place, but homeless people have basic needs that require some form of monetary compensation. When we give homeless people out in the corner of a street money, we are helping because we feel that is the…

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    A.M. Grandchildren Life changes happen mostly based on the choices made by a certain individual. Whether or not it happens to be toward other people or if it has something to do with things out of our control. Many things that have happened are not necessarily for the best. Those who do not work are given money to survive by the government. Although on the other hand we have veterans in the streets homeless and without food. The society I grew up in is worse than the one my grandparents grew up…

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