Kids and adults are often left alone or kicked out of there homes. I want to help the children, adults, and any other person that is homeless, that is the biggest accomplishment that I want. The children who have no family are mostly the ones that are homeless. There are many reasons to why a kid could have no home. Many kids in other counties are left alone or with relatives, but maybe they have to be left because their parents had to go find a better job or because they needed to find better living
Homeless families are primarily lead by single parents, typically mothers. Significant factors that contribute to homelessness include the inability for individuals to attain affordable housing, reduced access to support programs, and a low minimum wage (Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 2003). Many of these circumstances are accentuated by a variation of personal struggles endured by the family. Such challenges manifest themselves in family violence, mental and physical health, and financial struggles. A family without access to resources and support systems is expected to find the maintenance of a viable home environment difficult.
Additionally, a reentry program is available to target students with past criminal history, who are a part of the Career Center. The Career Center offers skilled employment coaches and employer partners for educational assistance in order for adults to earn jobs to support their families. With all of this help at each individual’s fingertips, finding a steady job now becomes quite simpler. The question that constantly surrounds a homeless person before they reach this point in time, though, is “why can you not find a job?” There are many explanations for this frequently asked question, but the main explanation is that there is not enough jobs in this country for everyone, “The economy has shed about 1.3 million more jobs. It would need to create more than 11 million to bring
Why is homelessness such a huge issue in the world? Many homeless people have mental illnesses and it is not easy for them to restart their lives and get a job. Many of them also have drug or alcohol problems, which makes it very difficult to get a long term job making enough income to support themselves. Homeless people need help getting off the streets but are unable to do it by themselves. Homelessness is a very huge problem that America has come to face.
Many families face the challenges of public housing. Not only it is the struggle to get access to the public housing, but it is also very difficult to get out of public housing environment. The reasons that people find themselves in a situation when they need public housing are economic and social. Poverty is a complex prevalent social issue throughout the United States. Most citizens consider personal deficiencies to be the primary cause for poverty.
All accidents are two way, it isn't always the teens fault for the collision. Many elderly get into more accidents than teens do, the elderly should have some restrictions as well as teens. This would hurt the ability of teens with jobs to get to work. Many teens don't have parents with a high income pay, so they must work for everything they have. Taking away that freedom to move for work and school purposes could hurt the teen.
The unemployment rate is rising every day and the something needs to be done to stop this. Many youth are unemployed because they have just come from high school and they do not have enough work experience to get a job. Adults are more likely to be unemployed because of physical and mental health challenges. Adults also tend to be unemployed because of cyclical, structural and frictional unemployment. Unemployment also goes into hand with homelessness and panhandling, because there is not enough jobs people are ending up homeless and looking for other ways to get money.
Veterans and our soldiers are coming home from war or getting out of the military and when they get home they can’t afford rent or they have a mental disease from war. Homeless veterans tend to experience homelessness longer than non-veteran homeless. This should not be happening to our soldiers. This is very undesirable for our troops to come home and becoming homeless. They fight for our freedom and our rights and we repay them by becoming homeless.
Homeless youth are always dealing with poor nutrition, victimization, substance use, and abuse. Unfortunately the services provided are very limited and cannot help a huge chunk of the homeless youth. Homeless youth experience more substance abuse and drug addiction than non-homeless youth, this causes them to be mentally unstable and unable to be a functioning member of society. There are many temporary services provided such as shelters, drop-ins, meal programs, literacy improvements, and counselling programs; although these are available and there to help the youth, they are all flawed in their own ways. What the government does not take into consideration is the long term solutions to put youth in poverty to an end.
As many as 200,000 Canadians will experience homelessness each year and on any given night, about 30,000 Canadians are homeless. Any way you try to measure poverty in Canada, certain groups are worse than others this including Aboriginal Canadians that make about 30 percent less than the rest of Canadians this was found by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Also more groups likely to be affected by poverty include lone parents, new immigrants to Canada, people with disabilities and seniors as Statistics Canada has said. Even for any one individual, poverty is not easy or straight-forward to explain and at the national level, the causes of poverty are even more complicated and hard to solve. But poverty can also come from structural problems.