Homeless in the United States of America
HOMELESS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
So who exactly are Homeless?
According to the Stewart McKinney Act (1994), a person is considered as homeless if he/she is not able to acquire a “fixed”, “regular” and “adequate nighttime residence” and has a primary nighttime residence that is either used as a place to accommodate people on temporary basis, e.g. motels, rehabilitation centers, shelter homes, etc., or a place that is intended to be used as an institution, e.g. schools, hostels, etc
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