Friday, August 8, 2014

Poverty/Homelessness

Palliative Care Program Helps Homeless In Their Final Days
Called PEACH -- for Palliative Education and Care for the Homeless -- the watchword of the mobile program is to give individuals the dignity of choosing where they receive medical and supportive care, and hopefully where they will able to die.

Former Police Chief: Anti-Homelessness Laws In U.S. Are "Close to Ethnic Cleansing"
Since 2009, the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty has been analyzing anti-homelessness measures in 187 cities. The organization concluded in a recent study that such costly ordinances are on the rise and have not proven to work in reducing homelessness rates.

Read the NLCHP Report


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