Homelessness

"Home is where the heart is"

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According to Maslow's psychological theory, safe shelter is one of the basic requirements for human survival. The fact of the matter is, many take having a roof of their head for granted- something not valued until it's absent. When you don't have a designated place to perform basic hygiene routines, prepare meals or even sleep, there is literally nothing else (besides breathing) that you can devote more focus on.

Many people who encounter homelessness do not necessarily foresee it coming (or at least the cause). The unexpected becomes even more magnified when you have others dependent on you for a stable home. Being in this type of situation will force you to become resourceful and creative. But you don't have to start from scratch. Utilize public spaces to help you get by, like investing in a basic membership at your local gym to have access to full restrooms and lockers, not to mention capability to get in good workouts and space for mental clarity. 

Below are some options to help you get a place to call home again. Let your pride go and don't be ashamed that life has happened to you. Once you're out of your own way, you'll be able to ask for help and pursue programs specifically designed for this type of crisis.

If you know of some helpful resources or offer services that would be useful for other Queens on their journey please connect with us to get it added to the list!

 

Love yours ...

Creator
Resource
Added date
Mike Manning
07/05/2020
Millard and Linda Fuller
07/07/2020
Rev. Bruce Ritter
07/05/2020
Robert Hayes
07/05/2020
US Government
07/05/2020
Various
07/14/2020
Various
07/05/2020
Various
07/05/2020
Various
07/05/2020
Various
07/05/2020
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