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In The News
Homeless People Share Their Stories, One Piece of Cardboard at a Time
It’s easier just to look down and pretend you don’t see that homeless person on the street corner, but you’re not fooling yourself: You know he’s there, you know he’s homeless, and in spite of that, you also know he’s still a person.
Authorities begin closure of downtown homeless camp
FORT LAUDERDALE — Monday marked the beginning of the end for the homeless encampment in downtown Fort Lauderdale, as officials announced they will close the small tent city that has vexed the business community for years.
61 chronic panhandlers in Downtown Orlando, according to new study
ORLANDO, Fla. – There are 61 chronic panhandlers on the streets of Downtown Orlando, according to a new study on homelessness. Chronic panhandlers are described as panhandling at least five hours a day, five days a week.
After Recession, More Young Adults Are Living on Street
SEATTLE — Duane Taylor was studying the humanities in community college and living in his own place when he lost his job in a round of layoffs. Then he found and lost a second job. And a third.
FLORIDA’S WORK TO END HOMELESSNESS
Florida’s homeless population, as of 2018, was 31,030, or 6% of the country’s homeless population. With a homeless population that large, different organizations have developed across Florida — state and private — to help solve this problem of housing, hunger, and safety over the years.
Region makes great strides for homeless
It was amazing to see the report recently showing that homelessness has been reduced in Central Florida by almost 25 percent during the past year. I first visited Central Florida in 2013 in my role as the head of the U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness.
EDITORIAL: Solving the stubborn panhandling problem
THE U.S. Supreme Court’s action in a homelessness case this week and a new study on panhandling in Orlando, Fla., will no doubt change the way local jurisdictions all over the country deal with these perennial and seemingly intractable problems.
The 2021 Eviction Crisis
Is Your Community Prepared?`` Webinar
Rethinking Homelessness Eviction Crisis
Information Session 2 August 19th 2020
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Aug 14, 2020
Rethinking Homelessness Eviction Prevention
Webinar Q&A Aug 14, 2020
Eviction Prevention Webinar
Aug 12, 2020