So far, the country allows organizations to create funding and charities to help gain money in order to open up different lifestyle opportunities for those in need. The country allows cities to tax a certain amount based on these needs and some of which can go towards helping those that are homeless; however, there are other societal problems in America that are on the rise and being put over the homelessness epidemic. The problem right now is not getting better, and it is just growing. Sooner or later the economic system will succumb and face the impact of what homelessness has had on this country. An article from The Guardian news source, discusses how the homeless population in America is extremely overlooked in many ways by the public.
Addiction is suffered greatly by misconception, your brain can be altered by drug use and can be very difficult to stop without medical help. Addiction is a disease and should be treated as a healthcare crisis. The misuse of opioids involve prescribed pain relievers, heroin, and fentanyl. A crisis that the United States isn’t helping efficiently. It is one if the biggest leading death causes today affecting the public health.
In the past century, the world was alarmed by influenza viruses that killed hundreds of thousands. The virus is extremely dangerous due to the fact that it transmits easily through food, air, water or by the contact of skin. The most recent flu pandemic occurred is in 2009 which is known as swine flu H1N1. The term “flu pandemic” can be defined as epidemic of a type of influenza virus that spreads seasonally in an enormous scale around the world. The emergence of problems to a country to brace the consequences of the infectious disease is frightful and need to be closely examined.
Homeless veterans need more help After all the things that homeless veterans have done for this country, they need more help. Many times, veterans will be seriously injured while in service. Whether it’s a physical or mental injury, they are serious. Secondly, sometimes in the military, women will be sexually assaulted which can lead to mental illnesses and cause them to be homeless when they come back home from the military. Lastly, many times veterans will have children that they have to come back to after their time in the military and if the parents get injured, that can affect the children significantly.
Goodman 4 Richard Goodman English Comp II S. Cravens 5 March 2018 Ending Homelessness Homelessness is everywhere and it’s a growing problem in America. There are many reasons in which become homeless, and many of us ask ourselves should we help the homeless. We must remember that they are people too, and some time or another in life we all need help, even then homeless. In order to end or prevent homelessness, there are a number of things we must fix, the main thing being the affordable housing. Before we can get into the details of the things that can be done to help the homeless, first we must understand the scope of people affected by homelessness and the magnitude of homelessness in our country.
First of all, from financial crisis to the economic level, a direct impact on exports. In the field of economic upheaval brought people psychological change, they are increasingly losing a sense of security. John Lipsky (2008) said, “it is conceivable that the harm of it how much deep is the people of the world must face a major challenge”. The financial crisis has a direct impact to the individual life. Inflation, business failures, economic difficulties to reduce people's ability to pay, this not only makes the increase in the number of people cannot afford the mortgage,
Homelessness in the United Kingdom is defined as a person without a home that is on the streets (Shelter, 2017). This can include rough sleepers, those that have been, or are about to be, evicted from a property with nowhere to go and those living in hostels or refuges. This essay will explore and discuss the varying factors that can cause and influence homelessness and the physical, psychological and social consequences on those that are homeless. Finally, it will identify and discuss good practice guidance for health and social care professionals when working with homeless people. There are many factors that can cause or influence homelessness in the United Kingdom.
Due to drugs and alcohol related problems, mental illness and unemployment homeless rates are increasing. Many people may purchase drugs and alcohol and become addicts, as such may lose the incentive of maintaining a permanent house. The Government will have to carry out strategies which will reduce and prevent people from accessing and abusing these substances which can lead to homelessness. Homeless people who have mental disorders have high risk of staying homeless. The government can invest in treatments for mentally ill individuals, as this will help individual’s health to improve and this may decrease the levels of homelessness in America.
In the early 2000s, this intricate social phenomenon was recognized as being in heightened crisis in Jamaica with the “Dumping of Street People at Mudlake”. The subsequent years have seen a steep rise in the number of homeless men, due in part to economic decline, as well as diminishing support for these men in both the public and private sectors (Bassuk, 2004). The vast number of those being deported with no support system in place has also being a contributing factor. It is noteworthy that the homeless are part of a heterogeneous population consisting of diverse races, ages, sexual orientations, and family structures. Men have always comprised the most significant portion of homeless persons in Jamaica.