In 2010, the Obama administration announced plans to end veteran homelessness. And, after making considerable progress, they’ve now turned their attention to the more complicated situation of homeless families with…
Columnist Will Anderson writes about a conversation he had with two homeless men that caused him to consider true accessibility versus the “accessibility” of social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
MariJean Wegert writes about sharing coffee and community with a homeless man.
Rebecca Johnson writes about working with the homeless community on Skid Row and making connections with the children there.
Jeff Goins writes for Reject Apathy about entering into community with the homeless and not turning away when it’s difficult.
Cara Davis writes a blog for RELEVANT about Help-Portrait, and how it’s changing lives among the homeless community.
Columnist Homeless Girl writes about the misperceptions behind giving a homeless person money.
Columnist Molly Williams writes about a friend she made while staying on the streets of Atlanta for one night, and the importance of allowing the homeless to be heard and empowered.
Columnist Jill Hansen describes how three homeless people changed her perception of the people she meets on the street.
Brandon Sneed writes a blog for RELEVANT about a homeless man named Santa who felt called to live on the streets.
Adam Bodendieck writes about his experience collecting clothes and distributing them to those living on the streets in St. Louis, Mo.
There are hundreds of homeless teens living on the streets of Los Angeles. One of the groups looking to help them are the filmmakers behind the documentary Spare Some Change.
Tyler Zimmerman writes a column for RELEVANT about his encounter with a homeless person, and compares it to the story of the Good Samaritan.
Chelsea Buhrman writes about her experience after asking a homeless woman to move into her home.