There are no homeless people. There are only people who need homes.
“Homeless” is just an adjective. But as soon as you attach the adjective “homeless” to someone, it obliterates everything else about them. They become nameless and faceless, as if there is only one way to define anyone who doesn’t have a home. It’s disrespectful.
Those of us who work at Crossroads see “homeless” people differently. Here are some statistics about those who have come to us for assistanc
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