How Homelessness Works
Who are the homeless? What are the effects of homelessness on society at large? And what can we all do to help? These are a few questions explored in this article.
I have added this pin to indicate that not only do elders suffer but children can be suffering from homelessness. There is no age for being homeless and no gender. Every individual has a different life story whether that be a happy life or a disaster. Children can also be victims. This link is a helpline which allows children to seek support whenever they need too for many reasons including homelessness.
Homeless people battle to save Nottingham's last Salvation Army hostel
A HOSTEL which has helped hundreds of homeless people is facing closure. Volunteers and residents have launched a petition urging the city council to keep it open which has already received 1,000...
As I have mentioned before how the Government can help those in homelessness, I have done further research and looked into how Nottingham City Council can help. This pin is showing that there are ways to get help if you contact the City Council. They can help you in majority of the homelessness situations, guiding you to strategy's that will benefit you. In addition this information is up to date from year 2013-2018.
Help if you’re homeless or about to become homeless
Your council must help if you’re legally homeless or will become homeless within 8 weeks. Help may include advice, emergency housing or longer-term housing.