Homelessness: The Way Out
In this issue
‘The Way Out’ | By Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder
A life made more
‘God’s plan are always better than our dreams.’
PB&J, with love | By Karen Gleason
Sandwich ministry provides a weekly touchpoint for people living on the streets of paradise.
The real story on human trafficking | By Pilar Dunning, Hillary Dejarnett, Jamie Manirakiza and Priscilla Santos
What four anti-trafficking practitioners wish everyone knew.
‘It was not well with my soul’ | By David and Diane Shatto, Cadets
The West’s crisis? Homelessness. | By Caitlin Johnston
The number of people living on our streets continues to rise to emergency levels along the coast.
Healing homelessness through community | By Hillary Jackson
‘Unprecedented’ effect of temporary shelter keeps doors open.
The Way Out | By Christopher Doughty
How William Booth’s foundational ideas continue to shape The Salvation Army today.
Surviving unexpected homelessness | By Vivian Gatica Lopez
Fire survivors begin to rebuild.
‘One-way’ out of homelessness | By Jared McKiernan
Bus tickets back home to loved ones are part of a growing strategy to address homelessness.
A permanent place to call home | By Kristin Marguerite Doidge
‘Life-changer’ apartments in Bell, California, make home a reality.