Preventing Homelessness

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Today, we can all fight together to end homelessness, with programs in place and non-profit, organization. In addition, it’s time to bring the people into the digital information help center, where they can help people in their most desperate time of need. Yet, no one person, can say what another person struggle with and why their homeless. In the picture the gentleman wants to remain anonymous yet, he shared with me that he was living in the streets.

The problems is people are living in the streets having a hard time and can’t find proper assistance, and more then less have other struggle that need addressing. Yet, this happen to people faster then ever, and “Housing First intervention,” is a solution to prevent homeless.

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