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Facts about Homelessness

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More recently, Street Sense in Washington, D.C. has gained a lot of popularity and helped many make the move out of homelessness.

Homelessness

Homelessness has existed as serious a problem since urbanization and industrialization.

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The rate of homelessness has also been impacted by the reduction of household size witnessed in the last half of the twentieth century.

Homelessness

Modern homelessness started as a result of the economic stresses in society, reduction in the availability of affordable housing, such as single room occupancy (SRO), for poorer people.

Homelessness

The Community Mental Health Act of 1963 was a factor in setting the stage for homelessness in the United States.

Homelessness

Homelessness refers to the condition and societal category of people who lack fixed housing, usually because they cannot afford a regular, safe, and adequate shelter.

Effects of Homelessness. The effects of homelessness on homeless people are large. They range from health issues to personal entrapment. It is believed that many homeless individual failed in their lives to cope with their difficulties and this makes them alienate themselves from the rest of the world.

For women in particular, domestic violence is a leading cause of homelessness. the country report that top causes of homelessness among families were: (1) lack of affordable housing, (2) unemployment, (3) poverty, and (4) low wages, in that order.

Individual and relational factors apply to the personal circumstances of a homeless person, and may include: traumatic events (e.g. house fire or job loss), personal crisis (e.g. family break-up or domestic violence), mental health and addictions challenges (including brain injury and fetal alcohol syndrome), which can ...Jul 9, 2014