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Title: Homelessness

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Subject: Literature
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Date: June 3, 2006
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Employers now require that applicants for even menial jobs have high school diplomas. Thus, it is imperative that people who are homeless have proper training so that they can compete in the job market. (Thomas. Alex. Washington 2002). And with the increasing cost of living and over crowded low-income housing, this alone has made getting the homeless off the streets a major issue...

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All of the literature also strongly suggests that the homeless has an increasing need for medical, mental health and addiction services as well as the need for training in life skills and parenting. A solution to the challenges of homelessness and the negative attitude directed towards homelessness is where much of the focus is in my review of the literature...

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