Belanger 2013 possible disadvantages answers and

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POSSIBLE DISADVANTAGES ANSWERS AND VISUALS 3 (Paris, 2015) Conclusion People who are homeless are expected to go through a lot of problems. Even though it has not been declared a national crisis, many individuals live in areas such as streets and parks. Most of them are not able to get access to certain public services such as education. It is therefore important for all stakeholders to come together and try to deal with the issue. Strategies need to be established to prevent the problem. Education needs to be used as a way of eradicating myths that surround homelessness. Prevention would help the government to avoid the cost of providing food and shelter to individuals who are homeless. Another advantage associated with prevention is the development of transitional and supportive policies that are beyond emergency responses.
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POSSIBLE DISADVANTAGES ANSWERS AND VISUALS 4 References Belanger, I. (2013). Record Number of Homeless Students in the US in 2013 . Global Research. Paris, F. (2015). Berkeley council open to proposals to end homelessness, but questions how to pay for them. Berkeley Welty Peachey, J., Cohen, A., Borland, J., & Lyras, A. (2013). Building social capital: Examining the impact of Street Soccer USA on its volunteers. International Review for the Sociology of Sport .
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