Poverty Informed Care

Early in my career addressing housing and homelessness I recognized it wasn't enough to just house and rehouse people. Our efforts to reduce homelessness couldn't just rely on ignoring the problems, hiding the problem, or warehousing people in large facilities. 

In working to address and end homelessness I guide people in viewing these challenges as a symptom of much larger dysfunction. Homelessness is a symptom of poverty... and there are both many paths in and out of Poverty.

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