The current government is creating a situation where more families along with their children are experiencing homelessness. An individual may be considered homeless when they lack permanent housing and have to stay in shelters, abandoned buildings or vehicles, on the streets, or in other forms of unstable situations. Many homeless people start out with jobs and stable residences, but then social and economic factors intervene, causing a rapid change in their living situation causing them to leave, and live on the street. Even with the population of homeless keeps increasing, the government does not aid nor benefit the homeless because they only worsen the homeless problem by having laws that go against homelessness, not helping mentally ill homeless population, and having the lack of subsidized housing.
Imagine being homeless with nowhere to go nothing to eat and having nothing. Throughout the usa there have been between 500,000 and 600,000 people homeless every night. Homelessness is something that affects all races ages and religions, people judge them thinking that they are just lazy and don 't want to find a job but usually that is not the case, the homeless people you see on the streets all have life stories that if you took the time to listen you would have a different opinion on them. It is impossible to count the exact amount of homeless but it is known to be millions every day everywhere men women and children are begging for money on the streets “Most of these people carry shopping bags and carts to keep their belongings but have nowhere to go If someone gives them money they may respond with prayers of thanks and blessings these people are called homeless”. Although they are more than just people without homes.
says, “Homelessness is rooted hard and deep in poverty” (p. 224). He talks about the connection between homelessness and poverty that “homelessness is social issue that when the standard living of the American working class and lower class falls, individuals and families at the bottom are plunged into homelessness”(p.224). Many homeless women are poor and don’t have high job skills. They are vulnerable population in a job market and always had been facing the obstacles when they looking for, finding, and keeping a job. Homeless people do believe a job is the way out of homelessness.
If you decide to dropout of college or not go at all, then hopefully you have a solid plan to live in poverty because the pay isn’t enough to cut it for one person, much less with a family. You’re money will disappear quickly if you don’t budget for the month. Becoming homeless is a big possibility when having to work for $10 an hour. The best way to go is going onto college, actually graduating, and having a legitimate career where you make bank. Of course, just because you have the money to spend does not mean you can go all cray cray with it.
For one week every summer, the senior high youth at St. Michael’s Lutheran Church in Roseville drop everything to venture somewhere in the United States on a service learning trip. Since I happen to attend that church, and I just so happen to be a senior high youth, I have joined these trips for three years running. Usually, we help out in soup kitchens, do some yard work, or visit homeless shelters. However, our trip during the summer of my junior year was destined to be different from the very beginning.
The article “The Myth of Helplessness” by Jay P. Greene, talks about education and how a child social status can affect them. When some people are facing problem they tend to make excuse for themselves. When people are making excuses that is just another way of saying that they are just giving up. When people are from a trough background they sometime have a hard time trying seeing a better future for themselves and believe that they will live the same way they are living now in the future. There are many schools that have problem.
Research Assignment for SCWK 201 The first article that I chose to discuss for the assignment was the “Effectiveness of Housing Interventions and Housing and Service Interventions on Ending Family Homelessness: A Systematic Review” article by Ellen Bassuk, Carmela DeCandia, Alexander Tsertsvadze, and Molly Richard. Bassuk, DeCandia, Tsertsvadze, and Richard start off the article by discussing how there has been a significant increase in the amount of homeless individuals in the last 30 years. They then discuss how there has been very few individuals who have actually done systematic reviews to determine whether or not current housing, housing interventions, and service interventions are effective ways of decreasing homelessness. The next thing
Some people wonder why homeless people have no jobs, cars, or homes. Here are a few reasons why homeless people are homeless. As we see in every Country, City, and State there are homeless people everywhere.
Once a week, at night, one will come in at work. Someone that is homeless, and has a mental illness or a disability. We may have to call security to have them come remove this person from our store, or we just ask for them to leave. They do not always fully leave, though. I have had multiple occasions where this happens at work.
One of the public health issues in my community, is homelessness. This is a problem for many communities throughout the country, but I see it on a regular basis in the Raleigh, North Carolina communities. There is currently a health crisis visible on the streets of our communities. There are homeless, men, women and children living in unbelievable conditions. Many of these people are suffering from a multitude of health issues.
Thesis: These homeless issues for America the motivation people ended up homeless from claiming consciousness also bring associations for the system with assistance them a shelter, house, and an occupation. First, the situation that influence to homelessness, second, the way in which homelessness has the ability to touch all races or ethnicity, and third, people could work help to end the homelessness in America by a volunteer themselves.