From foster care to homeless: how the system failed him Photos and Story By Miranda Schumes Photo Illustration by Andrew Fraieli Michael White stood on the center median
By Brett Lowenstein Homeless women around the country have more worries than simply lacking food and shelter; every month they have to repeat the same stress of getting
By Andrew Fraieli Billy Albert’s favorite color is midnight blue. Or maybe maroon too. It’s a hard question he says. This, after elaborating on a bath salts twitching
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
The Homeless Voice and it’s emergency cold weather outreach was very successful last night.
A special thank you to everyone who dropped off blankets and sweatshirts. We were able to have plenty of warm clothes for everyone who needed it.
When Jill Dornbush learned her nephew needed a place to live, she didn’t hesitate to let him travel from New York to stay with her in her apartment.