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
Even in a state known for his warm weather, hypothermia and frostbite can affect those having to sleep outside. By Andrew Fraieli As an arctic cold front swept
Rent control was functionally outlawed across Florida in 1977. Now, Orange County has it on the ballot. By Andrew Fraieli For the first time in a Florida county
Domestic violence adds yet another barrier to self-sufficiency for those experiencing homelessness, and can cause others to become homeless in the first place. By Mary Stewart I don’t
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
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.