Monday, June 03, 2013
Religious Support to Reduce Family Homelessness
On May 28th, a group of representatives from Mental Health Services, Inc., Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, local churches and community activists met to address the rising problem of family homelessness in Cleveland. Family homelessness is a distinctly different problem in that it dramatically increases during the summer months when school ends and kids are not in school and may make it difficult for grandmothers or friends to maintain their house.
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