From getting shelter to applying for jobs, cellphones have taken over as the way to get basic services — and get out of homelessness. By Mary Stewart I’ve
Hurricane season is upon us. With it comes the dangers of losing your home, and figuring out what to do when you never had one. By Mary Stewart
Distracted drivers, not panhandling, harms the most consistent pedestrian in Palm Beach County — the unhoused. By Mary Stewart It was, like any other day, a sunny afternoon.
The excuses of pedestrian safety has been used as justification for passing the law. By Robert Davis Advocates say a new law designed to regulate panhandling in Jacksonville
The bill is expected to be approved by the Florida House, aiming funds towards rental and mortgage assistance and tax incentives for developers offering affordable housing. By McKenna
A journey through hardship and keeping the faith. By Olivia Love Michael White walked down Skid Row in his Sunday suits for years, learning to free himself from