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Photo @ 2020-06-15 18:40:13 GMT

26 days ago

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no-u-it-me-regan reblogged with comment1 day ago

Oh and don’t forget how Finland just flat out solved Homelessness! That should be researched too! Post

ubertumbleweed reblogged with comment2 days ago

And it’s not just studies. It’s worked everywhere Housing First has been implemented, intentional study or not. This is real world real life success. Housing first. Post

cthulhulovesewe reblogged with comment2 days ago

Conservatives don't care about the costs either. They just believe policy should be for the benefit of a select few while maximizing death and suffering for everyone else. Post

zeshuetoral reblogged with comment3 days ago

Not that the costs should matter. Policy should be for the benefit of the people. Post

smalltownmft reblogged with comment4 days ago

I remember how different it felt to work at an agency that was housing-first instead of trying to fix mental health and substance abuse while they're still homeless. Post

followingtheears reblogged with comment4 days ago

The problem has to do with the upper echelons of income. Large companies and influential individuals do a pretty good job at dodging taxes and lobbying for government funds and taxpayer money to be distributed where they see fit. Post

longdogsinc reblogged with comment7 days ago

Even people with no ethics around the value of human life can't make a good argument against providing housing and services to homeless folks in the U.S.. Post

thepeoplesmanifesto reblogged with comment9 days ago

Rich people don't care about money Post

dclxvi-john reply to this Photo12 days ago

I am on board with it 100% I have a friend those does that type of work. You should see the abuse these people take from people that are "care takers". There is no vetting the homes they go to almost ever. So. Pick your poison.

12 days ago
haphazordouspost reblogged with comment13 days ago

So agree Post

wauryd reblogged with comment13 days ago

Unfortunately, it’s not about how much money is spent. It’s about who gets the money, and the moment you have jails involved… Post

otatma reblogged with comment13 days ago

but then they wouldn’t be afraid and struggling and isolated. I think we have got to start acknowledging that misery is not a byproduct. it is the point. Post

g3rmb0y reblogged with comment13 days ago

Furthermore, community mental health services save cities a metric shitton of money by talking people through their problems and getting them stable enough to find a place to stay/helping them locate housing, rather than having them sent to jail or an ER. Post

monk3ydizziness reblogged with comment14 days ago

BuT wE caNt pAy foR tHat!!! Post

amysnotdeadyet reblogged with comment14 days ago

you just have to care about other people long enough to stop trying to punish them to make yourself feel bigger, and instead help them and actually be better. Post

macadoodle1996 reply to this Photo14 days ago

I believe someone pointed this out earlier in the comments, but that is essentially what asylums were for. But people were so aghast at the abuses asylums were perpetrating that instead of REFORM they just threw out the entire damn system, which caused just as much if not more harm. Let's hope we do a better job today of reforming the system so that problems are solved and not just replaced by new problems.

14 days ago
feministswitch reblogged with comment15 days ago

this is like how there’s many times more empty houses (mostly foreclosed on and owned by banks) than there are homeless people in the US Post

tetraterezi reblogged with comment15 days ago

You dont need a study to know rent and bills is cheaper to pay then emergency room bills. Post

joehillneverdied reblogged with comment15 days ago

And why don’t we do it? Because someone relies on a desperate population willing to work at any wage, because the alternative is worse. Without the threat of homelessness and destitution, how would the upper classes extort people for their labour? Post

elijah-x-kit reblogged with comment16 days ago

reblogging my own reblog because Post

elijah-x-kit reblogged with comment16 days ago

*always has anxiety* Post

weaselle reblogged with comment16 days ago

and other studies have shown that people have higher rates of successfully quitting their substance abuse if you just house them first, rather than making them sober up to be eligible for housing assistance. Turns out having a place to live and enough food and being able to bathe regularly somehow makes quitting drugs and alcohol easier.  Post

jackjacklive reblogged with comment16 days ago

This is why we need to take the profit motive out of public services: treatment is more profitable than cure. No more blood money! Post

llamalamp27 reply to this Photo17 days ago

It’s not about the money. Conservatives want to keep preserving and perpetuating the idea that poor people deserve to suffer. It’s about power.

17 days ago
aquarias23 reply to this Photo17 days ago

This!!!!

17 days ago
flippyspoon reply to this Photo17 days ago

@maxerikson lol no it’s Ethan Hawk and Uma Thurman’s daughter and it’s from Stranger Things

17 days ago
maxerikson reply to this Photo17 days ago

...Is that one of the Olsen twins? What is this from?

17 days ago
prolove reblogged with comment17 days ago

um....that’s the whole point though..... Post

exhaustionandwrath reblogged with comment17 days ago

hnng thank u Post

stcndupeight reblogged with comment18 days ago

YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GOD DAMN IT!!!!!!!!!!! Post

ntjnke reblogged with comment18 days ago

It’s almost as if there is more money to be made....avoiding care that is actually useful. Post

mydoctorpotter reblogged with comment18 days ago

In Seattle, we spend about $100,000 a year on each homeless person. I know damn well we could house cloth and feed them for less than 100k a year Post

her-marvel-majesty reblogged with comment18 days ago

oh god i hope so Post

thetooconnoisseurlionlotusmystic reblogged with comment18 days ago

You right it could. But I can do you a solid and do it for free. Post

giraffeslippers reblogged with comment18 days ago

How loud do we have to should before we are heard?! Post

la-vie-en-violetta reblogged with comment18 days ago

as if i’m not gunna reblog this - u should to xo Post

balthialsblog reply to this Photo19 days ago

Well the next concern other then just what that research says. What was the conditions they lived in?

19 days ago
bookloversbynight reply to this Photo19 days ago

It's almost like there are industries (private hospitals, privately run prisons) set up to make money off this cycle and if we passed better policies to address homelessness and people's mental wellbeing, they wouldn't be able to get rich.

19 days ago
flippyspoon reply to this Photo19 days ago

@automata-systemata-hydromata well I didn’t write the book so yes

19 days ago
aqui-viene-el-tejon reblogged with comment19 days ago

Seriously, no person without a home is going to have the emotional bandwidth to actually address their mental health issues Post

automata-systemata-hydromata reblogged with comment19 days ago

Did you just cite your citation? Post

jerseyfiredragon reblogged with comment19 days ago

I WANT THIS TATTOOED ON MY FOREHEAD Post

flippyspoon reply to this Photo19 days ago

@mrrees lmao

19 days ago
mrrees reply to this Photo19 days ago

there is help everywhere in America for those that want it. we need more mental hospitals with Giant left wings

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