Great? We wish we could mean ‘great’ in some kind of ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ way. But we can’t. Instead we’re talking about a comprehensive article that does a really excellent job of covering the who, what, where, why and when of homelessness in California.
Anyone concerned about homelessness in the United States expects to read a lot about California. It’s ground zero for a growing crisis, hosting the greatest number of people who are homeless of any state (though not the most per capita).
Because many of the underlying problems are a reflection of a national crisis, information in the following link may also apply (proportionately at least) in other states.
- How many are homeless?
- Who are they by gender and race?
- Where do they come from?
- How many suffer from illness, mental or otherwise?
- How many are Veterans?
- Which numbers are changing for the better, and for the worse?
For answers to these questions, as well as many more, read in the FORT BRAGG Advocate News: California’s Homelessness Crisis — And Possible Solutions — Explained