The National Policy and Advocacy Council on Homelessness calls to assist people with current homeless issues

Over the past year, NPACH has responded to the economic and housing crises by fighting the good fight. Congressional staff told us that the definition of homelessness would never include people who are doubled up or living in motels. This is a call to action to enforce stricter homelessness action to be included into funding considerations that will be expressed in the future legislation preccedings to come. Due to the current economic assumptions, it has been made aware that there is a large population of americans that aren’t receiving the proper assistance due to the lack in attention that is taken towards homelessness assistance with-out the additional inclusions of doubled-up families and mom-n-pop- motel residents.

The National Policy and Advocacy Council on Homlessness is just one of those organizations that has made it aware that they are willing to put forth an effort to identify the effects that come from person living in conditions as doubled-up families and wishes to have this lifestlye included with the current efforts to providing social and economic aid in the form of homeless assistance. This practice has to be included in the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) guidleines of assistance approaches in order to bring forth a relivant assumption to this growing problem as of now.

You to can join in the effort as well.

Here are a few links that I have provided to get you started.

The National Policy and Advocacy Council on Homelessness

The Definition of Homelessness

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