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  • Mentally Ill Need People
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    Homeless Essay One of Mayor Guiliani's promises early in his candidacy was to reduce the homeless population in New York City. He has not achieved his goal. There are 90,000 people in New York City living on the streets. The number is growing more rapidly. In order to reduce this number, the causes of homelessness must be examined. Three main causes that contribute to homelessness are drugs and alcohol, having been battered, and having a mental illness. First, people who become avid drug and alc...
  • Homeless People
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    Home has become such a scattered, damaged, various concept in our present travails. There is so much yearn for How hard can we expect even a pair of magic shoes to work They promise to take us home, but will they permit us to redefine the blessed word -Salman Rushdie (Hopper&Baum ohl p. 3). Homeless people all around the world, stopped believing in ruby slippers a long time ago, because they know that fairy tales will not get them out of their predicament. They must struggle on their own, with t...
  • Homeless People
    549 words
    Have you ever realized how lucky you really are when you are driving under a bridge or in poor part of town and you see a homeless person begging for work or food, or do you just drive by and act as though you never saw the horrible site and go on about your buisness Just like in the book "Les Miserables" Fantine becomes homeless to take care of her daughter, who she gae to the Thenardiers, for what she thought was a better life. Everywhere you go, everywhere you look, there is always someone le...
  • Twelve Thousand Nine Hundred Homeless Australians
    586 words
    Homelessness in our society. The existence of homeless people in our society is still evident today. Everywhere you look around our cities, parks and streets it is likely that you will witness a homeless person struggling to survive. This is most certainly a social justice issue, every Australian deserves a secure and comfortable place to dwell, not left on the streets to perish. In society the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. People today are far to driven by work and money to see the ...
  • Homeless Children
    486 words
    Around the world millions of children are found homeless, sleeping in the streets, under bridges, or on deserted properties. Their days are spent hustling by prostitution or petty crimes. They prey on each other as well as people passing by that they manage to steal from. Yet still this is home to these children, where they are deprived of the most basic human needs, housing, food, and clothing. Since they have no family or relatives and no hope for the future, they have been tagged "Nobody's Ch...
  • Number Of Homeless People
    756 words
    Introduction A / G Have you ever asked yourself why don't this homeless person just go and stay in a shelter and eat and sleep in a warm place an d leave me alone? S / P Today I will inform my audience about the decisions homeless people have to make. C / I Many homeless people opt to stay on the streets rather than in a shelter. V / S After today you will understand why homeless people who live on the street. Transition Our homeless society is now growing very quickly and uncontrollably. Body. ...
  • Common Causes Of Youth Homelessness
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    Statistics documenting the extent and causes of homelessness vary widely. There is no easy answer to how many people are homeless. Some experts in the field assert there are two broad categories of homelessness which sometime overlap. The first category, episodic homelessness, refers to people who are temporarily homeless because of extreme poverty. Oftentimes, they are homeless for brief periods of time. The chronically homeless, who compromise the second category, are those for whom homelessne...
  • Problem Of Homelessness In Toronto
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    While walking through the streets of Toronto, people are sure to notice the CN Tower, Sky dome, however, very few notice the growing number of homeless individuals on the streets. Homelessness has been a prominent issue in Toronto and although some aid has been issued to help those on the streets, there are still a significant number of homeless people. Society as a whole is evidently not doing enough to their ability, in order to help the homeless "have a life", therefore, the government, churc...

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