The Opportunity Center: Argument Factors Leading To Homelessness

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The Opportunity Center houses male and female participants from the ages of 18 years and older. A pattern of mental health illness, lack of jobs, low income, and lack of education has been identified among the residents of the homeless shelter. Typically, women are more likely to leave the shelter sooner than man because of their motivation to succeed in life and likelihood to be more pro-active in assisting job fairs as well as health fairs offered by the shelter. Also, the lack of medical compliance is more evident among men than females, since most men denied a need for medication, or are in denial that they have been diagnosed with a mental illness. According to the majority of participants, other prominent factors leading to homelessness

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