Supplemental Security Income for those with disabilities is not enough when homeless — it hasn’t kept pace with rent increases and gaining any income means a loss in
Not all panhandling money is spent on alcohol and drugs, and even admitting having a problem and looking for services doesn’t mean they can be found or are
A man named Jerry pushing even farther to find shelter By Jim Lunsford Jerry was one of those smart people on the streets without any direction. I think
Florida has one of the highest rates of assault and victimization of those experiencing homelessness. So much so, Florida made us a protected class, but it hasn’t helped.
By Mary Stewart Many people have questioned me as to why I’ve slept outdoors for over ten years. Professors, social workers, classmates, recovery support groups, and well-meaning individuals
Having volunteered at various shelters during her life, British author Katy Regan was inspired to write a novel about a homeless man. She tells what she learned in