Recent Examples of homeless from the Web
Growing pains are most evident in East Village, which has a large homeless population and is a frequent complaint of residents.
California’s homeless population has grown to more than 130,000 people, an increase of nearly 14% over the last year.
Saving souls: Urban church in Indianapolis fights for the lives and souls of its neighbors Hackney: Tears and second chances at a homeless shelter's fashion show Jonathan Rodriguez came to Indiana as a frightened young boy from Texas.
And another student asked about issues that need more attention in Huntsville, to which Battle cited the homeless population and the need for churches to work together to help meet those needs.
The Tenderloin, a traditionally working-class and diverse neighborhood with a large arts scene and a sizable homeless population, has been slowly gentrifying, leading to rising tensions.
The homeless population grows too, despite many good-faith efforts to help.
The investigation reveals how trafficking gangs … are preying in growing numbers on Britain’s swelling homeless population in plain sight of the authorities.
Martinez's priorities also include expanding social services, reducing the homeless population and creating fallback funding so programs can continue even if grant dollars disappear.
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First Known Use of homeless
before 12th century
HOMELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of homeless for English Language Learners
: having no place to live
HOMELESS Defined for Kids
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