HomeAid Concludes Nationwide Homelessness Awareness Month Program

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December 13, 2016

For 27 years, HomeAid has strived to help the homeless in America.

HomeAid just concluded its Homelessness Awareness Month, where the organization’s 17 chapters across the nation ran events and fundraisers, sought donations, and held food drives to assist  homeless youth, veterans, and families.

"Homelessness remains a major problem in this country and its causes are numerous and diverse, including job loss, medical crisis, domestic abuse, alcohol or drug addiction, and post-traumatic stress syndrome in veterans," said Peter Simons, CEO of HomeAid America. It is estimated that 80% of the homeless are only situational and can be moved back to self-sufficiency, and HomeAid builds housing and conducts community outreach for charities helping these people in need.

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