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Allen Frances Apr 16
If I were , I'd much prefer an involuntary week in a psychiatric hospital to //becoming . is complicated concept. Also includes receiving desperately needed treatment for severe/life-threatening . Not hands-off neglect.
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Slough Outreach Apr 12
Friday outreach . we are upset tonight, to find one of our friends traumatised because all belongings have been removed and thrown away, the area then blocked off with barriers but they have nowhere to go! This is 2019 absolutely shocking
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Adam Fergus Apr 16
Over $700m has been donated to rebuild Notre Dame. An amazing gesture of solidarity. Any chance billionaires could do the same for the ...?
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Mad Dogs Street Project Apr 14
48 pie with baked beans,bread & butter,crisps,choc bar for our friends Thanks to: for pies for beans used Rachel,Will & Neil & Jacqui.
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Solace Women's Aid 15h
'The average age of death for a homeless man is 47. For a woman it is 43.' - This specialist health clinic for the is working to treat those most vulnerable on the streets.
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Cherise Apr 15
Homeless and vulnerable man in his 30s who has always lived in Brentwood, dies in Brentwood high street last night/this morning whilst 0.2 miles around the corner are having a multi million pound refurb on their offices
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Jana Katsuyama Apr 13
San Francisco city employee says he's sleeping in his truck and shelters. Says he can't afford market rate housing and couldn't get a low-income SRO single-room occupancy unit because he was told he earns too much to qualify. Meet John Harris...homeless in his hometown.
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KTVU Apr 15
How is it that a full-time city employee (and a native) becomes ? reports on John Harris' story. He sleeps in his truck to stay off the sidewalks. He's just one of many stories where people are slipping through the cracks
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Marc Zammit 14h
Did you know profits of will be going towards helping solutions, hiring the homeless, helping Homeless charities worldwide. lets get be part of a film raising awareness on homelessness! Donate or
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Streets Kitchen 16h
Let's break the Vagrancy Act! Join us 👇 23 April - protest in in solidarity with being criminalised just so MPs can forget they exist more:
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Housing First Movement Apr 10
in the USA: The Wait. The Paperwork. The Shelters. We Followed Families Looking for Home.
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The Big Bid Theory 6h
New episode. 'Homelessness in U.S. It's a We Problem'. Hear Dr. from . "Need to address the affordable housing crisis...many of these problems would disappear overnight!" LISTEN/DOWNLOAD:
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Liam Byrne Apr 15
The roll call of names of those who've died , is a roll call that should shame this country Yet the Sunday night soup kitchens were packed again last night in . We cannot go on like this.
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martinmcmahon 8h
Listening to Damien English on , the only conclusion one can draw is that simply don’t give a fuck about children made by .
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Oleksii Trekhleb Apr 17
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Covenant House TO Apr 16
On May 24, 100 women will give up a good night’s sleep to raise funds and awareness for youth who are and the issues they face. Take part in this unique experience by signing up today!
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Maallik LTD Apr 10
Free home for homeless in Utah
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Kate B Apr 16
You’re . You should be grateful for a flat without furniture or oven or floor coverings… Suck it up >> the disenfranchising of homeless people in austerity
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Christina | Finally Family Homes Apr 16
Every year 1,400 youth age out of foster care in Los Angeles never having found a home. About 400 will become instantly .
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Niamh Randall 19h
‘We can no longer allow our children to live with the overwhelming feelings of shame,guilt & anger because they are homeless,through no fault of their own’⁦⁩ these children & their parents need & deserve affordable secure homes
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Niamh Randall 14h
Children who are living in family hubs spoke about their experiences & what they thought the solutions were - the need for a home featured heavily
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