She has a bachelor’s degree and works two jobs. Even though she earns more than the minimum wage she’s still always dancing on the edge of actual poverty. The poverty line does not reflect the cost of living in actual poverty. You can listen or choose to read her moving speech. Watch it here https://www.wtrf.com/top-news/wheeling-womans-plea-to-congress-makes-national-news/
In order to connect folks to the services they need – we need to know who they are, what is going on and what they want. I have been thinking about vulnerability . There are 4 basic catagories of vulnerability. Meeting someone and getting to know them and can be a multistep process. The assessmentContinue reading “Assessing Homelessness”
What do you think we should be asking when we connect people to homeless services? Assessing For Services Using Vulnerabilities
I am an “official Gen-X” member, meaning I have been surveyed since 1987 as a part of my generation. I did the survey today and clearly they have never seen my email box.