What Does The End of 2016 Mean For Homelessness?

By | Jan 3, 2017

Five years ago, I wrote a blog piece wondering how our country would respond to homelessness if Donald Trump was elected President. That was in 2011 when almost everyone thought a Trump Presidency was simply all talk.

However, in just a few weeks, President Trump becomes a reality – and not a reality TV show, but true reality. Read More »

Local Jurisdictions Are Forced to Address Homelessness on Their Own

By | Dec 14, 2016 | Comments Off on Local Jurisdictions Are Forced to Address Homelessness on Their Own

It is difficult to predict the future, however, for local leaders who are desperately in search of solutions to address homelessness on their streets, depending on resources from a federal government that is leaning toward less government participation could be a recipe for a larger human crisis.

Do We Really Need a Homelessness Awareness Week?

By | Nov 14, 2016 | Comments Off on Do We Really Need a Homelessness Awareness Week?

We are afraid to admit that the crisis of homelessness is our fault, even though the solution to homelessness is simple: provide housing for everyone.

By | Oct 22, 2016
Sally and her husband, and two kids, moved into their neighborhood on the west edge of Los Angeles County a handful of years ago.
By | Sep 9, 2016
PATH Villas at Del Rey, permanent supportive housing.
By | Aug 31, 2016
Joel John Roberts, PATH CEO Last week, I was at my umpteenth community meeting in order to promote a new building that would house people who experience homelessness.
By | Aug 16, 2016
The odds of making money by owning real estate is much better than playing the lottery.
By | Aug 10, 2016
Photo © Jim D’Aquilia/Momenta Workshops 2016.
By | Aug 4, 2016
The Presidential primary season has now ended.
By | Jul 19, 2016
Photo © Jim D’Aquilia/Momenta Workshops 2016.