By Shannon Nelson
March 07, 2011
So what are the questions: Who are the homeless? How many homeless are there? Why are they homeless? Where are the homeless during the day? Where do they go at night? How did they become homeless? And most importantly what can be done about it?
Where is the low-income housing? Do we need more and if we do how do we go about it? Who are the people that can make things happen? Where are the people that can make a difference?
Families are torn apart by homelessness. Children would rather live with their parents than in foster care if it is simply the need of a roof, food and clothing.
What can I do? How can I help? Who can I call? Anybody else wondering?
About: "Ketchikan resident since 1966."
Received March 07, 2011 - Published March 07, 2011
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