Closing Out the Demographic Data Project: A Focus on Geography

Written by Joy Moses September 30, 2019 Previous installments of the Demographic Data Project have illustrated how people’s experiences of homelessness can vary based on WHO they are: their race, gender, and gender identity. But in the latest installment, we add a new

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Building a Conversation: Aged Homelessness on the Rise

Written by Joy Moses May 15, 2019 Researchers are sounding an alarm on a trend that’s been emerging for years: the homeless population is growing older, and the number of older homeless Americans is growing larger.  This is a trend that providers, first responders, and medical professionals

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Showers for the Homeless

Oftentimes, when we think of the homeless population, shelter and food are the most urgent needs to come to mind, but we know that a lack of access to basic hygiene practices – like the ability to take a shower

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