Thanks CBS News for the follow-up & update: More homeless kids now living in cars – CBS News


Watching this now – are YOU? Follow-up showing response from School Systems in Central FL! Look at this issue in your community & see how you should be helping! It’s everywhere! This is as bad or worse than chronic homelessness!

Georgia was 49 out of 50 states in a 2009 study in ability, desire & wherewithall to cope with & solve the issue for our children & families! Reports are available nationally & from the Georgia Alliance To End Homelessness with recommendations for Georgia to deal with this issue! Katheryn Anderson Preston, are you watching now too?

More homeless kids now living in cars – CBS News.

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10 Responses to Thanks CBS News for the follow-up & update: More homeless kids now living in cars – CBS News

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  10. This getting great conversation on Facebook! The CBS site (linked to in the original post) allows comments hosted by Facebook too so go over there & comment away!

    Also, we have found several articles at a local level in Orlando that are interesting reads, have some local background & more detail on the efforts there to reduce, eliminate & support those kids experiencing homelessness.

    Orlando Sentinel article 1

    Orlando Sentinel article 2

    Here is the website setup locally to coordinate the local school systems efforts!
    Seminole Homeless Kids website

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