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    search of some truer sense of yourself. ” *(The Soloist) Lopez helped Nathaniel find his way out of hardship because of a friend that ended up caring for him. In the article ‘Housing First’ Approached Touted as Way to Remedy Homelessness, by Monte Francis Ms. Buchanan lost her job and her daughter and ended up on the streets resulting in a drug addiction. Buchanan had applied to get an but there was way too long of a waiting list. “ “I was actually wanting to commit suicide because I didn’t…

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    The solution to homelessness is not a quick fix it’s a problem that contains various complex issues and factors. Typically, when Americans think of the homeless we associate them with a negative connotation, single individual’s living on the streets suffering from substance abuse. However, that is not the case; the homeless can include a variety of people from groups of families to war veterans. Housing should not be a luxury only provided to certain individuals, it is a basic human right that…

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    INTRODUCTION: Theories of relativity, Barbara Haworth-Attard, homelessness. Criteria: • No warm place to sleep • Huge difficulties obtaining employment • Drugs addiction • Sexual abuse In theories of relativity by Barbara Haworth-Attard if a teenager is homeless one have to face many problems and issue in the society. Body A: Place to sleep Homeless is simply the absence of a place to live. There is large number of people who is homeless and they have no place to sleep. They are the people…

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    I volunteered over night with my friend, Lauren, at the ECHO homeless shelter in Atascadero. Many students had negative comments on their volunteer experience, claiming that it was very boring and they felt as if they had not actually helped. Lauren and I took it upon ourselves to bring ice cream and water melon slices to pass out to the residents so we could introduce ourselves and establish a connection to hopefully avoid being bystanders like my other classmates. I was prepared to help the…

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    to have a permanent income than to be fascinating.” Appearances can be hoaxing, can't they? People tend to observe someone who appears untidy, slovenly and suppose they are homeless. Probably they have just come from helping reconstruct someone's house that was destroyed in a recent fire. Furthermore, people may glimpse someone well-groomed entering into a high-priced shop and decide that they must be rich and wealthy when, indeed, they are reporters heading to interview a contractor in town.…

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    I decided to visit one of the shelters to find out. Wheeler Mission Men’s Shelter is a non-profit, christian organization. They house a vast number of the homeless; However, due to overcrowding, many are turned out again on the streets within a few weeks. Wheeler Mission also has several work and training programs to help people get back on their feet. If they fail to exceed worker…

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    Homelessness Imagine finding yourself on the street, all alone, nowhere to go, with just the clothes on your back. If your lucky, you have a backpack holding any precious belongings that haven’t been lost or stolen from you...yet. Your life wasn’t always like this but now you live anywhere and everywhere. Some people are nice to you, especially the young kids who offer you pocket change and $1 bills. Some offer you stares and rude remarks. You never realized your life could change so quickly.…

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    This plan is one that is organized to make transformations over the next couple of years. Currently, jails located within New York City only have the capacity to house approximately 2,300 people. Therefore, there is no immediate way to close Rikers Island safely and house the population off-Island (City of New York, 2017.) With that being said, there have been some strategies put in place by Mayor de Blasio, to help move things along the way for smaller, safer, and…

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    Every morning, I wake up in my warm, comfortable bed. I roll over and check my phone, then get up, go to the bathroom, and head off to the gym. I do this every morning, without any real thought or consideration. While not everyone follows the same morning routine, for the most part, people have a similar frame of mind. Wake up, get ready for your day, and go. Now imagine not knowing where you were going to fall asleep every night. That’s a pretty difficult thing to think about, right?…

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    prepared them for an interview. The author was trying to make people think that homeless people is struggling. In conclusion, in America the homeless people become an issue because there are a lot of people who don’t have the funds to live in the house, and some people have mental illness that got out of control because they don’t get the proper treatment for their mental illness that will keep them from being a productive person. The author of the picture wanted people to lend a helping to…

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