By Andrew Fraieli The homeless population in Miami has recently been the subject of much debate, specifically on the agreements and lawsuits that protect them from a past
Written by Adam Sennott The number of “very poor” families struggling to pay rent without the help of government subsidies increased between 2013 and 2015, the Department of Housing
This homeless man’s oxygen was at 73 percent when we got to him. This was very critical. It was important for us to get his oxygen up as
I have lived with Georgia in Room 220, the Psyche Ward, since 2005. She and I had so much in common with our birthdays in April – only
Join us for our 3rd Annual Race To End Homelessness! On April 6th, 2013 we will be hosting our 5k run to benefit the homeless of Broward County.
We are the small non-profit that runs the #1 emergency and response shelter in South Florida. We serve, house, and care for 500 homeless every day, and have