My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney talks about the complexity of homeless people in an interview I did with him in my homeless veterans shelter room in Inglewood, CA.
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney talks about taking chances on helping other homeless people during a visit to my U.S. Vets homeless veterans shelter room in Inglewood, CA. A series.
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney talks about my distorted homeless veterans shelter dorm room decor during a visit. A series.
My homeless attorney, a 72 year-old homeless man I adopted in Los Angeles, teaches me homeless codetalking in my U.S. Vets veterans transitional living facility shelter room.
Interviewing a homeless, RV-dwelling ex-attorney in my Inglewood, California U.S. Vets homeless veterans shelter transitional living facility dorm room on the little humors one can find in homelessness. A series.
Eva's Village is a non-profit, comprehensive, social service agency. Our mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted and provide medical care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Today, Eva's Village comprises some 11 programs, housing about 250 people on the premises and serving approximately 1,000 meals a day, 365 days a year. Its primary care clinic handles about 5,000 patient visits a year for medical, dental, and podiatric services. Eva's is one of the largest and most respected anti-poverty programs in New Jersey.
Eva's Village is a non-profit comprehensive social service agency. Our mission is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted, and provide medical care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Spearheaded by Msgr. Vincent E. Puma and other concerned priests, nuns, and lay people, Eva's began as a direct response to the growing crisis of hunger and homelessness on the streets of Paterson.
When it was first opened in 1982, Eva's Kitchen was located in the basement of the old St. John's convent on Hamilton Street. Eva's Kitchen served its first meal to about 30 homeless people in April 1982. Residential recovery programs for both men and women followed quickly, as did the medical clinic and shelters for homeless men, women, and mothers with children. By 1996, when it moved to its new facility on Main Street, Eva's had grown into a full-scale village to meet the needs of the poor with its new 50,000 square-foot facility.
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney often brought tears to my eyes. He took my breath away. A nonfiction series.
A growing number of people who find themselves homeless were laid off or have low-paying jobs. See how the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM) is helping them get back on their feet.
An interview of a homeless, RV-dwelling elderly gypsy at my homeless veterans shelter dorm room on the subject of homeless crime. A series.
The one benefit to being homeless. Kinda.
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Helping the homeless by giving and sharing items they need. Feels great to do, we did a second run and gave out 10 cases of water. A local news station was there and got us in their story!!
My homeless, RV-dwelling attorney explains how the city taxes the homeless-on-wheels. A series. Distributed by Tubemogul.
Tampa Bay TV news story describes efforts to aid the homeless.
Animated prose about a homeless woman on Crenshaw Blvd we called 'Betty The Bomb' because we never knew when she would go off. Distributed by Tubemogul.