Check out this great article written by Jessica Garrison of the Los Angeles Times.
“To most people, it’s just trash: A scrap of dirty blanket visible under some stairs. A glimpse of blue tarp peeking out of a bush. A bag of recyclables parked discreetly behind a concrete column.
But Courtney Kanagi, an outreach worker, has learned how to decode bits of urban detritus that most people ignore. She knows what these signs mean: the crawl space beneath the stairs was someone’s home.”
The article will give you good information on how many of our homeless friends live each day of their life. Click here to read the article.