Most people get back into a secure living situation in less than a year after losing their homes. Learn at least 11 ways people get trapped in homelessness for longer periods of time, even for life.
What would you or should you keep if you found out you were losing your home? This list is intended to provide ideas for people who may need to become a lot more portable in a hurry.
Have you ever wanted to help homeless people but have no idea what to do? This page gives some suggestions to help you choose how you can make a difference.
Did my co-worker and I perform a random act of kindness for someone in need? Or did we actually aid a kidnapper/murder?
Whether you stay in or volunteer in an emergency homeless shelter, these simple precautions can help you avoid getting or spreading bed bugs when they try to hitch a ride on your belongings.
You might think a homeless person's troubles end when he or she gets into stable, permanent housing, but the emotional scars can last a lifetime. These tips may help with recovery from such damage.
I learned some important things about life and American society while living without a home. This page touches the tip of that iceberg and invites readers to explore further.
Being homeless is hard enough without the extra unneeded questions. Here are some things you should avoid saying.
Sleeping in the rough or sleeping outdoors while homeless is not particularly safe or healthy, but if you have no choice, these tips might help you do it just a little more safely.
What's it like to homeless? This homeless, working couple talks about their lives.