Monthly Archives: February 2013


Originally posted on Inter-Faith Community Comes Together, Homelessness:
“Are We Going to die in our religion or are we going to die in our devotion?” via David Platt- Religion or Devotion? – YouTube. via “Are We Going to die in…

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Originally posted on Homelessness in Savannah, Stories for Learning:
Becky Blanton planned to live in her van for a year and see the country, but when depression set in and her freelance job ended, her camping trip turned into homelessness.…

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While we were skeptical of approving their link to our Youth Commission presentation (youtube video) once we looked at the post we were referenced in we thought you’d appreciate this! It seems to be a good broad treatment of how … Continue reading

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A new day for the homeless authority, maybe, but much more to address before they’re on track again! | Savannah’s homeless authority balances budget, cites new day | Savannahnow.com Mobile


Today’s article in the Savannah Morning News comes after the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless (known as the CSAH & Homeless Authority) Board Meeting held yesterday, Tuesday, 2/19/2013. We were in attendance & are pleased to see this meeting reported … Continue reading

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What We Do!


We’ve recently added a “What We Do” page to our website & would like to ask that those of you who are interested please check that out! As well, we are actively seeking donations to support our work for the … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Housing First for Savannah's Chronic Homeless:
Do you agree with this perspective on giving food cards to panhandlers? “Unearned food, clothing, toiletries are just as enabling as cash and does not engage homeless individuals in job…

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Originally posted on Housing First for Savannah's Chronic Homeless:
Giving meaning to life for a homeless person living a life of hopelessness isn’t easy. How would you approach that task? Why should they languish in their hopelessness? We seek…

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Are we truly a mecca for the homeless here in Savannah? Or, is this part of somebody’s Master Plan?


You see this is an issue that has been raised in many forms recently as we try to get a handle on our homelessness here in Savannah! Many issues are associated with homelessness, like vagrancy & the risk to our … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Housing First for Savannah's Chronic Homeless:
The project is called Oma Village after a grassroots effort started last year by the Rev. Betty Pagett of San Rafael known as “Oma” to her grandsons to support homeless…

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Originally posted on Inter-Faith Community Comes Together, Homelessness:
Whenever you think of “Those People”, whoever you may think they are, remember that today’s “vagrant or homeless” person you encounter on your walk thru our Parks & Squares or even on…

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