Responding to Homelessness
Popular conceptions of homeless persons are often vivid, usually poignant, but rarely adequate. An outstretched hand at a subway entrance, an elderly woman pushing an overloaded cart, a bottle gang of disheveled alcoholics, a young family despairing in a motel room—all are images that represent part of the homelessness problem, but none captures fully the experiences or feelings of those who become homeless.
KeywordsHomeless People Homeless Person Homeless Individual Homeless Veteran Shelter Staff
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