A key recommendation of the Justice in Aging report is to fund and develop sufficient permanent supportive housing for currently homeless seniors.
Huffpost Impact highlighted efforts to in San Francisco’s libraries in “Library Offers Homeless People Mental Health Services, And It’s Working?”
In a March 29, 2016 article in The Atlantic by Dr. Maralyssa Bann highlighted “The Impossibility of Managing a Chronic Disease While Homeless.”
“My heart bleeds for the homeless,” said Lisa Monterrosa. “There’s a place for less fortunate people, and it’s not the woods of Colwick.”
Gov. Christie should not pick just one vulnerable group, but to demonstrate the strength of the State’s commitment to making NJ strong for everyone.
Discrimination Against Transgender Women Seeking Access to Homeless Shelters documents that only one in three shelters provided assistance.
People experiencing homeless or who are otherwise in transition face special challenges when registering to vote but they can and should vote.
Our opinion is that all of our neighbors even those who are un-housed deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.
WIOA allows states to submit Combined State Plans describing how the workforce and homeless services systems can work together.
It is time that for NJ to have a statewide Code Blue program for our neighbors who do not have a place to call home.