Persons who have no permanent residence. The concept excludes nomadic peoples.
Housing subsidized by tax funds, usually intended for low income persons or families.
Runaway and homeless children and adolescents living on the streets of cities and having no fixed place of residence.
Movable or portable facilities in which diagnostic and therapeutic services are provided to the community.
Lice of the genus Pediculus, family Pediculidae. Pediculus humanus corporus is the human body louse and Pediculus humanus capitis is the human head louse.
Organizations involved in all aspects of health planning activities.
The interdisciplinary field concerned with the development and integration of behavioral and biomedical science, knowledge, and techniques relevant to health and illness and the application of this knowledge and these techniques to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.
An intermittent fever characterized by intervals of chills, fever, and splenomegaly each of which may last as long as 40 hours. It is caused by BARTONELLA QUINTANA and transmitted by the human louse.
An order of small, wingless parasitic insects, commonly known as lice. The suborders include ANOPLURA (sucking lice); AMBLYCERA; ISCHNOCERA; and Rhynchophthirina (elephant and warthog lice).
Parasitic attack or subsistence on the skin by members of the order Phthiraptera, especially on humans by Pediculus humanus of the family Pediculidae. The hair of the head, eyelashes, and pubis is a frequent site of infestation. (From Dorland, 28th ed; Stedman, 26th ed)
Living facilities for humans.
Conceptual response of the person to the various aspects of death, which are based on individual psychosocial and cultural experience.
Any of the infectious diseases of man and other animals caused by species of MYCOBACTERIUM.
Disorders related to substance abuse.
The degree to which individuals are inhibited or facilitated in their ability to gain entry to and to receive care and services from the health care system. Factors influencing this ability include geographic, architectural, transportational, and financial considerations, among others.
Medical and nursing care of patients in the terminal stage of an illness.
The transmission of infectious disease or pathogens from patients to health professionals or health care workers. It includes transmission via direct or indirect exposure to bacterial, fungal, parasitic, or viral agents.
Agents of the law charged with the responsibility of maintaining and enforcing law and order among the citizenry.
Individuals enrolled in a school or formal educational program.
A group of religious bodies tracing their origin to Joseph Smith in 1830 and accepting the Book of Mormon as divine revelation. (from Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)
A central nervous system stimulant and sympathomimetic with actions and uses similar to DEXTROAMPHETAMINE. The smokable form is a drug of abuse and is referred to as crank, crystal, crystal meth, ice, and speed.
Individuals enrolled in a school of medicine or a formal educational program in medicine.
A species of gram-negative bacteria in which man is the primary host and the human body louse, Pediculus humanus, the principal vector. It is the etiological agent of TRENCH FEVER.
The branch of mathematics dealing with the purely logical properties of probability. Its theorems underlie most statistical methods. (Last, A Dictionary of Epidemiology, 2d ed)
Travel to another country for the purpose of medical treatment.
INFLAMMATION of the LIVER with ongoing hepatocellular injury for 6 months or more, characterized by NECROSIS of HEPATOCYTES and inflammatory cell (LEUKOCYTES) infiltration. Chronic hepatitis can be caused by viruses, medications, autoimmune diseases, and other unknown factors.
INFLAMMATION of the LIVER in humans caused by HEPATITIS C VIRUS, a single-stranded RNA virus. Its incubation period is 30-90 days. Hepatitis C is transmitted primarily by contaminated blood parenterally, and is often associated with transfusion and intravenous drug abuse. However, in a significant number of cases, the source of hepatitis C infection is unknown.
The study of crime and criminals with special reference to the personality factors and social conditions leading toward, or away from crime.
Scientific study of human skeletal remains with the express purpose of identification. This includes establishing individual identity, trauma analysis, facial reconstruction, photographic superimposition, determination of time interval since death, and crime-scene recovery. Forensic anthropologists do not certify cause of death but provide data to assist in determination of probable cause. This is a branch of the field of physical anthropology and qualified individuals are certified by the American Board of Forensic Anthropology. (From Am J Forensic Med Pathol 1992 Jun;13(2):146)
Large natural streams of FRESH WATER formed by converging tributaries and which empty into a body of water (lake or ocean).
Criminal acts committed during, or in connection with, war, e.g., maltreatment of prisoners, willful killing of civilians, etc.
Any of several carnivores in the family CANIDAE, that possess erect ears and long bushy tails and are smaller than WOLVES. They are classified in several genera and found on all continents except Antarctica.
Organized groups of users of goods and services.
A republic in the Greater Antilles in the West Indies. Its capital is Santo Domingo. With Haiti, it forms the island of Hispaniola - the Dominican Republic occupying the eastern two thirds, and Haiti, the western third. It was created in 1844 after a revolt against the rule of President Boyer over the entire island of Hispaniola, itself visited by Columbus in 1492 and settled the next year. Except for a brief period of annexation to Spain (1861-65), it has been independent, though closely associated with the United States. Its name comes from the Spanish Santo Domingo, Holy Sunday, with reference to its discovery on a Sunday. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p338, 506 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p151)
The name of two islands of the West Indies, separated by a narrow channel. Their capital is Basse-Terre. They were discovered by Columbus in 1493, occupied by the French in 1635, held by the British at various times between 1759 and 1813, transferred to Sweden in 1813, and restored to France in 1816. Its status was changed from colony to a French overseas department in 1946. Columbus named it in honor of the monastery of Santa Maria de Guadalupe in Spain. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p470 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p221)
Non-frontal low-pressure systems over tropical or sub-tropical waters with organized convection and definite pattern of surface wind circulation.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Assistance, such as money, food, or shelter, given to the needy, aged, or victims of disaster. It is usually granted on a temporary basis. (From The American Heritage Dictionary, 2d college ed)
Calamities producing great damage, loss of life, and distress. They include results of natural phenomena and man-made phenomena. Normal conditions of existence are disrupted and the level of impact exceeds the capacity of the hazard-affected community.
An island in the Greater Antilles in the West Indies. Its capital is San Juan. It is a self-governing commonwealth in union with the United States. It was discovered by Columbus in 1493 but no colonization was attempted until 1508. It belonged to Spain until ceded to the United States in 1898. It became a commonwealth with autonomy in internal affairs in 1952. Columbus named the island San Juan for St. John's Day, the Monday he arrived, and the bay Puerto Rico, rich harbor. The island became Puerto Rico officially in 1932. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p987 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p436)
700 people were left homeless. Such high wind speeds in an urban area were equivalent to those witnessed in Paris during ... Many people evacuated the then Europe's tallest flats as they began swaying. Officials said at least seven ships sank or went ... 30 people died from repairing houses. On 16 January 1968, about 150 troops from Edinburgh came to Glasgow to help with the ... The system moved north of the Azores the next day and still appeared as a shallow low pressure area. In the next 24 hours, this ...
100 people were left homeless. September 3, 2012: Moisture from short-lived Tropical Storm John brought some rain and wind to ... No damage figures exist from Olivia, due to the scarce population of the area it struck. However, a total of 61 lives were lost ... Nora killed two people when one person was electrocuted in Mexicali and a diver was drowned near San Quintín. September 2, 1998 ... Two people were killed from after being swept out to sea. September 25, 1997: Hurricane Nora made landfall near Punta Eugenia. ...
The earthquake destroyed the town of Ierissos and several villages in the surrounding area. 10,000 people were left homeless. ... The Aegean Sea is an area of mainly extensional tectonics caused by the subduction of the African Plate beneath Aegean Sea ... the movement along the fault is dip-slip extensional with local areas of oblique slip with a component of sinistral (left- ... possibly due to subsequent clockwise rotation of the area. The earthquake was followed by three strong aftershocks (M=6.0, 5.7 ...
Homeless people sometimes slept there. The Rail Corporation had no interest in doing anything with it, and they raised no ... A wide variety of birdlife previously unknown to the area arrived. It has been described as rivalling Claude Monet's garden. It ... objections to her beautifying the area. They even helped by removing the larger pieces of junk. Wendy treated the garden like a ...
A total of 145 people were also injured. Around 200,000 people were homeless. The typhoon destroyed 29,054 houses and "badly" ... Moreover, 24,280 people sought shelter due to Vera. Around 80% of Manila's residents lost power. Many low-lying areas of Manila ... Approximately 200,000 people were homeless. The typhoon destroyed 29,054 dwellings and "badly" damaged 5,558 others. A total of ... Low-lying areas of Manila were underwater as strong winds blew away roofs of shacks and uprooted trees. Throughout the city, ...
This left around 4,000 people homeless. The system moved northward through the South China Sea and began intensifying on August ... From August 7-12, a low pressure area persisted in the South China Sea, bringing heavy rainfall to the Philippines. Over a nine ... left thousands homeless, and killed at least 31 people. Damage in the Philippines totaled about 6 million pesos, spurring the ... killing 300,000 people, according to contemporaneous news reports. In the city of Gaoyou, the levee break killed 2,000 people ...
Statewide, 50 people were evacuated and 2,000 homes were damaged. Throughout the region, 57,000 people were homeless and 10,000 ... Torrential rains and power outages were reported in the area. In the state of Chiapas alone, 2,000 houses were damaged. About ... In Chiapas, 122 shelters opened, having a grand capacity of 300,000 people though only 147 people used these shelters. In these ... Four people were killed in Oaxaca. A 61-year-old American drowned offshore from rough seas. A 26-year-old man died from ...
An annual memorial, the Interfaith Homeless Persons Memorial, is held near the winter solstice, the longest night of the year, ... San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District. p. 5-45. Retrieved 5 October 2018. San Francisco Bay Area portal Lindsay, ... "The Vigil: Annual Homeless Persons Memorial". San Francisco Department of Recreation & Parks. Retrieved 8 January 2020. ... The homeless in San Francisco have long occupied the site, dating back to before the construction of UN Plaza. In 2001, as an ...
... especially in the Gonaïves area. Over 200,000 people were left homeless and an estimated 3,006 fatalities occurred. In the ... Overall, hundreds of people became homeless and there was 23 deaths and $270 million in damage. Up to 13 in (330 mm) of rain ... About 700 people were left homeless. Additionally, sea walls, schools, bridges, roads, and docks suffered damage. Strong winds ... Strong winds also pelted the area, with sustained winds reaching 77 mph (124 km/h) and gusts up to 105 mph (169 km/h) in ...
... and 20,000 people were left homeless. Throughout Mexico, reports indicated that 4,000 people were killed by the hurricane, ... A low-pressure area formed over the central Gulf of Mexico between August 19 and August 20. Ships and weather maps indicate ... 8 "1,200 Persons Lost In Monterrey Flood". The New York Times. August 30, 1909. p. 1. "Parts of City Washed Away". The New York ... In mid-July, the fourth storm of the season hit Freeport, Texas, as a Category 3 hurricane, killing 41 people, and causing $2 ...
Over 70,000 people were made homeless. John Lennon, one of the founding members of The Beatles, was born in Liverpool during an ... Some 2,500 people were killed, almost half the homes in the metropolitan area sustained some damage and some 11,000 were ... The area of Gerard, Hunter, Lionel and Whale streets, off Scotland Road, was referred to as Little Italy. Inspired by an old ... The built-up area grew rapidly from the eighteenth century on. The Bluecoat Hospital for poor children opened in 1718. With the ...
... indicated that there was no material damage or harm to people in the area (although some seniors were removed from the area for ... Eight people lost their lives in the earthquake; 1,700 were made homeless. 1999-2000 - An underwater eruption shook Serreta on ... Even as one person died, dozens of inhabitants were affected by the events. 3 December 2010 - The bad weather in the Azores ... More than 1000 people throughout the island died. 1759-1760 - An earthquake in Faial, which began on 24 December 1759, was the ...
At least 14,927 people were left homeless. Losses across the country amounted to ¥6.1 billion (US$23 million). About 420 km ( ... In China, more than 24,000 homes were destroyed and nine people were killed. In late August 1977, an area of disturbed weather ... One person was killed on Amami Ōshima and 77 others were injured throughout the country. Total losses reached ¥6.1 billion (US$ ... One person was killed on Amami Ōshima and 77 others were injured across the Amami Islands. According to Japanese police, 1,146 ...
Overall, approximately 8,000 people were left homeless. Coastal areas of both nations experience large waves. Across the ... Of these fatalities, two resulted from rescuers being swept away while searching for people reported missing in flooded areas. ... On June 16, a large, disorganized area of showers and thunderstorms developed in association with a weak area of low pressure ... In some areas, schools were closed due to inclement weather. Additionally, the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management ...
At least 20,000 people were left homeless. Minor damage was recorded at Pico and Faial islands. No fatalities were recorded at ... while the other eight also record information on the island's geothermal areas. The earthquake forced hundreds of people to ... Portable homes were constructed by the People to People International project fund, resulting in 100 shelters. Three days of ... The area around the Azores remains active. Threats from earthquakes and landslides remain. Notes Western Newspapers (2 January ...
In all, 12 people were left homeless. While affecting Taiwan, Typhoon Andy snapped trees and toppled billboards, in addition to ... In some places, rainfall reached 300 mm (12 in). Coastal areas were hardest hit. Along the southern portion of the island, 300 ... Eight people were killed in storm-related accidents, including a man and a woman who died when a car flipped in the central ... Overall, 13 people were killed, 2 were missing, and 25 others were wounded. A total of 300 homes were at least partially ...
About 500 people were homeless in Stuart. A water mark of 8.5 ft (102 in) was recorded on the St. Lucie River near Stuart. In ... In Lake Worth, a total of about 400 people stayed at six shelters in the area during the storm. Between 300 and 400 homes were ... Tides reached 12 ft (144 in) above normal at Belle Glade and Clewiston and the Lake Okeechobee area was lashed with winds of at ... "Hundreds Homeless In Wake of Blow; Destruction Heavy". Fort Lauderdale News. Associated Press. August 27, 1949. p. 1. Retrieved ...
An estimated 3,000 people were left homeless. Significant water rise occurred along Yangtze estuary and Hangzhou Bay in ... The disaster relief agency Hope Bridge provided 7.5 billion won ($10.2 million) in aid to areas affected by the storm. Tropical ... Flooding in southern Taiwan was considered the worst in 30 years; 32 people were killed or left missing. More than 510 mm (20 ... Taiwan saw similarly destructive rains which left 32 people dead or missing. A further 14 lives were lost in mainland China ...
Fifty thousand people were left homeless. Local officials initially estimated the cost of the damage at $67 million 1997 US$ ( ... An initial report in The New York Times claimed that more than 2,000 people had died in the worst-affected area, with a further ... It occurred on Saturday, May 10, 1997 at 12:57 IRST in the Sistan region, one of the most seismically active areas of the ... Because the affected area is extremely remote, distributing the relief supplies was difficult. Reaching some villages would ...
Prostitutes, drug addicts, and homeless people were common. The neighborhood rapidly gentrified after the opening of Petco Park ... Continuing urban development and the steady growth of new businesses draws locals from neighboring downtown areas. In the ... Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge: connecting the San Diego Convention Center area with Petco Park. San Diego Central Library, ...
... and another 59 were destroyed and 32 damaged in the surrounding area. 732 people were left homeless as a result. Insurable ... An evacuation order was issued for 250 people who lived in the area, while a second fire burning west of Slave Lake, near the ... prompted provincial officials to order the evacuation of 800-900 people from that area. Displaced residents were sent to Slave ... The Slave Lake area has been threatened by fires in the past. Communities on the eastern outskirts of town were evacuated in ...
The houses constructed for the people rendered homeless were prefabricated by the Ministry of Housing and then erected by the ... In the valley areas, temporary lakes were formed and small dams were overtopped. The cities of Chigwell, Enfield, Exeter, ... As many as 40,000 people were left homeless. Overall, there were 40 deaths and approximately $27 million in damage. Following ... Throughout western Jamaica, about 1,000 homes were destroyed or severely damaged, while up to 40,000 people were left homeless ...
40 people were injured, with 150 left homeless. The fire burnt an area of 3,770 ha (14.6 sq mi), and caused an estimated $ ...
In 1953, a fire broke out in the Shek Kip Mei squatter area. Over 53,000 people were homeless after the fire. The government ... The HKSAR government announced to resume HOS in October 2011 after more and more HK people were unhappy with the increasing ...
The fire killed 9 people, injured 34. About 118 people became homeless after the fire. A total of 44 fire appliances and 210 ... On the other hand, area residents blame the government's lack of control over cubicle-style units and for favouring developers ... The fire broke out from Mongkok Fa Yuen Street between 188 and 198 at the Pai dong areas. ... Hong Kong on 30 November 2011 in one of the most densely populated area. This fire incident was the deadliest fire in Hong Kong ...
This area is inhabited by many homeless people.[citation needed] Kőbánya has had a socialist party-dominated municipal assembly ... Due to its large size, there are several diverse areas within Kőbánya, each with different architecture. The Kőbánya area was ... Óhegy area. The district recovered when beer-making enterprises moved into the area and the light beer "Kőbányai Világos" ... A very large area of Kőbánya land near Újhegy is occupied by a prison and the New Public Cemetery (perhaps the largest in ...
For services to Homeless People in Liverpool. Dr. Brian Frank Perry. For services to the community in Chertsey, Surrey. Barbara ... Cynthia Ann Robinson - For voluntary service to Older People. Mark Raymond Rogers - Area Manager, Defence Science and ... For services to Homeless People. Elizabeth Ann Sclater - For services to Older Women. John Maclean Scott - lately Global Deputy ... For services to Homeless People. Jim Findlay - For services to the community in Hollingbourne, Kent. Joseph Guy Fisher - former ...
The Soviets then shot six persons, and two more died in the blaze. 920 people became homeless. The Battle of Kuryłówka is ... In the area of Rzeszów, the most important and the strongest of anti-Communist movements was Wolnosc i Niezawislosc, but other ... After the battle, the Polish unit, fearing reprisals, left the area of Kuryłówka. The next day, a strong NKVD force appeared in ... In March 1945, Rzeszów's NZW created the so-called Command of the Forest Units, which oversaw partisan troops in the area. ...
Approximately 80,000 people were left homeless. A second tornado struck the Narsingdi District, killing 5 people and injuring ... Previously, the area that the tornado hit had been in a state of drought for six months. The Ganges Basin, comprising the ... and Manikganj were leveled and about eighty thousand people were left homeless. Edwards, Roger; LaDue, James G.; Ferree, John T ... On April 25, 1989, a 1000 mbar (hPa; 29.53 inHg) area of low pressure propagated over Bihar and West Bengal, India, with a ...
Approximately 45,000 people became homeless. More than 30 villages were destroyed and another 70 were severely damaged. Several ... This was the second large earthquake in the area in 1998 after another earthquake on February 4. Between 4,000-4,500 people ... ISBN 978-0-415-18101-3. Peter Webber; Neil Punnett (1998). Physical Geography and People. Nelson Thornes. p. 14. ISBN 978-0- ... the affected area was controlled by the United Islamic Front for the Salvation of Afghanistan (the "Northern Alliance"). ...
The People's Republic of China employs several forms of corrections for people who have been arrested, of which re-education ... such as the homeless, mentally or physically disabled individuals, and migrant workers.[51] One China specialist at the RAND ... and those who do may be closely monitored and not permitted to leave certain areas.[51] For example, in July 2003 a priest who ... In addition to legal scholars, the Supreme People's Court of the People's Republic of China had criticized the system.[43] In ...
When a person made a vow to Tilton, he preached that God would recognize the vow and reward the donor with vast material riches ... In 1991, Diane Sawyer and ABC News conducted an investigation of Tilton (as well as two other Dallas-area televangelists, W. V ... Ole Anthony, a Dallas-based minister whose Trinity Foundation church works with the homeless and the poor on the east side of ... After nearly 10,000 pounds of prayer requests and letters to the Tilton ministry were found in a disposal bin at a Tulsa area ...
Members would never turn a person in need away. They would feed and shelter the homeless who would pass through on the train. ... In the 1830s, Metz conceived of the notion of leasing a large area of land as a refuge for the Community. They first leased ... Older people and the "in-betweens" who were people in their thirties and forties had to attend a separate service. The service ... The homeless were not the only outside help. Amana would hire many outside laborers to do industrial and agricultural jobs. ...
Within hours one hundred houses had been destroyed, and 500 people rendered homeless - 10% of the population. A great part of ... The pilot, who knew the area, was able to bank left and glide over the town's southern edge and make a wheels-up crash-landing ... Notable peopleEdit. *Samuel Taylor Coleridge, the Romantic poet, was born here on 21 October 1772. His father, the Reverend ... At first some people believed that the fire had been started by children playing with matches, but subsequent investigation has ...
A chronically homeless person is defined as a homeless individual with at least one disabling condition that has been ... Harbor-UCLA Medical Center was ranked #26 in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and #45 in California.[18] The hospital's ... Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center was ranked #26 in the Los Angeles metropolitan area and #45 in California.[19] ... The Community Partner Program provides Primary, specialty, and dental care services are available to people of all ages who ...
Many people are involved in the act of child sexual exploitation. It takes quite a few people to run a brothel and procure the ... Especially vulnerable are homeless and runaways. The National Runaway Switchboard said in 2009 that one-third of runaway youths ... Young girls in Thailand are commonly from northern areas. Because of the harshness of the land and a family's dependency on a ... sexual abuse by the adult and remuneration in cash or kind to the child or a third person or persons. The child is treated as a ...
The area under other staple foodgrains is small; that under wheat, for instance, is less than 200,000 acres, and the total area ... People would tie a rope around the necks and drag them over to a ditch."[249] Corpses were stacked along the streets of ... homeless, motherless, fatherless and friendless. Their sole possession was an empty tin".[238] A schoolteacher in Mahisadal ... created stagnant water areas, damaged crop production, contributed (in some areas) to a partial shift away from the productive ...
In the southeast there are two million people left homeless.[190]. Iran. Main articles: Kurds in Iran, Kurds of Khorasan, ... Kurdish-inhabited areas of the Middle East and the Soviet Union in 1986, according to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA ... A People Without a State: The Kurds from the Rise of Islam to the Dawn of Nationalism, 2016, University of Texas Press ... Kurds (Kurdish: کورد ,Kurd‎) or Kurdish people are an Iranian[28][29][30] ethnic group native to a mountainous region of ...
As an unsigned act, Great White headlined at Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia playing to 6,250 people. Near the end of 1983 ... They played their first gig in 1979 with singer Lisa Baker and played around Orange County and the Los Angeles area for 6 ... the performance helping to raise money for housing abused homeless children.[6][7] Both bands shared the same manager, Alan ... There were some bridges burned there that I just can't forgive, and I'm a very forgiving person. I just can't let that one go. ...
The Moche people of ancient Peru worshipped birds and often depicted parrots in their art.[116] Parrots are popular in Buddhist ... However, in areas where there are existing feral parrot populations, escaped pets may sometimes successfully join these flocks. ... Due to an increasing number of homeless parrots, they are being euthanised like dogs and cats, and parrot adoption centres and ... Tweti, Mira (2008). Of Parrots and People (1 ed.). New York: Viking Penguin. ISBN 978-0-14-311575-5.. ...
A person with a good reputation for reciprocity have a higher chance of receiving help even from persons they have had no ... How altruism is framed, organized, carried out, and what motivates it at the group level is an area of focus that sociologists ... Helping the homeless in New York City. Such explanations do not imply that humans are always consciously calculating how to ... One is that people will be more helping when they know that their helping behavior will be communicated to people they will ...
... and making 200 people homeless.[18] The area remained derelict for many years until it was cleared to extend Mile End Park. ... Published 1889 in Life and Labour of the People in London. The red areas are "middle class, well-to-do", light blue areas are " ... Jack London, The People of the Abyss (1903). * The People of the Abyss at Project Gutenberg ... By the early 19th century, over 11,000 people were crammed into insanitary slums in an area, which took its name from the ...
People with this disorder often do not behave the way most people do towards others. They also may not know what is real (this ... Social or work problems: For a significant portion of the time since symptoms began, one or more major areas of functioning, ... He later became homeless in Los Angeles, California, in the notorious Skid Row section. ... A combination of what has happened to a person and the person's genes may play a role in the development of schizophrenia.[16][ ...
Areas affected. Great Britain and Ireland. In contrast to usual winter storms, Emma was not formed as a normal low pressure ... A carer from Glasgow died on her way to work and a 52-year-old homeless man was found dead freezing inside his tent. On Tuesday ... 27 February, four people died in two separate weather related crashes. A 20-year-old also died after slipping and falling ... The anticyclone, centred on Scandinavia,[2] was the dominant high pressure area in the weather system and represented its ...
Temporary relocation of homeless people[edit]. Homeless people were temporarily relocated. The government alleged this was to ... The foiled plot was also the reason for the intentional jamming of cellular signals around areas where the pope visited.[12] ... People's Television Network. Retrieved 15 January 2015.. *^ a b c d e Dioquino, Rose-An Jessica; Perez, Analyn (7 January 2015 ... "People's Journal. Retrieved 15 January 2015.. *^ a b Dinglasan, Rouchelle (17 January 2015). "Pope Francis safely lands in ...
Areas affected. Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, District of ... Several people had to be rescued from high waters, though no fatalities occurred in the state. Overall damage was minimal.[60] ... The worst flooding occurred in Houston, where most of Allison's damage occurred: 30,000 became homeless after the storm flooded ... In the area, there were twelve deaths from driving, six from walking, three from electrocution, and one in an elevator.[1] ...
Being a practical person, she does not believe in spirits. Cleveland believes he can figure out what is wrong but needs time to ... Confused, he leaves her and hunts in the surrounding area for the source of the cry, but in the end gives up. That evening, he ... The two go their separate ways home, and on his way Silas witnesses a homeless man being hit by a bus and killed. Thinking he ... She does so and warns one of the people in the room not to go home, as there is danger there. The party breaks up and Sir ...
The Air Force used the firefighting foam in 19 other areas, which have not been tested yet.[56] In mid July, the New Hampshire ... the CDC announced blood testing of 500 people exposed to this contaminant from the Haven Well, thought to stem from the Air ... 385,000 in damages and left 13 families homeless.[48][49][50] ... In 1992, a former weapons storage area in Newington, ... The PDA was created in response to local economic impact from the base closure; many area residents believe that the recession ...
Activities Culture Geography Health History Mathematics Nature People Philosophy Religion Society Technology Random portal ... Balochistan and KPK also have Provincially Administered Tribal Areas(PATA) which are being developed into regular districts. ... leaving an estimated 3.3 million homeless in Pakistan. ... The Northern Areas and Azad Kashmir also lie mainly in Central ... while officials say nearly 1,400 people died in Jammu and Kashmir and fourteen people in Afghanistan. Most of the affected ...
The area around the top of the basement staircase was heavily bloodstained. A bloodstained lead pipe lay on the floor. Pictures ... Sandra later worked at an old people's home, before moving to Portsmouth to stay with her elder sister. While there she met ... reporters in New Zealand interviewed a homeless British expatriate who neighbours claimed was the missing earl.[142] ... Rivett's body was taken to the mortuary, and a search was undertaken of all local basement areas and gardens, skips and open ...
... they talk about the ways that the homeless are getting actually getting help. It states "For homeless people with mental ... "Exorcism is the religious or spiritual practice of evicting demons or other spiritual entities from a person, or an area, they ... For homeless people with substance abuse problems, case management resulted in greater decreases in substance use than did ... The question would be how are these people being helped. This is evident that mental health among homeless is an issue existing ...
... working outdoors or in multiple areas, and having any convictions. These factors "trap" a person into the life they are in, ... if they are homeless, or if they suffered physical and sexual abuse in adulthood they are much more likely to develop a ... these people often begin sex work early in their lives. The average age for people who engage in sex work with drug abuse was ... People of any age, sex or economic status can become addicted to a drug. However, certain factors can affect the likelihood and ...
Terminology in this area is somewhat different in the United States than in the rest of the English-speaking world. The general ... In the United States, the term Social Security refers to the US social insurance program for all retired and disabled people. ... Homeless Vulnerability Index. *Misery index (economics). *Gini coefficient. *Genuine progress indicator (GPI) ... For most persons, this reduces their incentive to work. This program was replaced by Temporary Aid to Needy Families (TANF). ...
In 1969, People's Park was created and eventually became a haven for "small-time drug dealers, street people, and the homeless ... like much of the Bay Area, Berkeley has many areas of some risk to soil liquefaction, with the flat areas closer to the shore ... 972 people are homeless.[63] Sixty-eight percent (664 people) of these individuals are also unsheltered, living in places not ... 30,231 people (26.9%) aged 25 to 44, 25,006 people (22.2%) aged 45 to 64, and 13,176 people (11.7%) who were 65 years of age or ...
He accused the participants of "anti-Semitism" and claimed that they "said that we need to get rid of such people in Moscow".[ ... In January and February 2011, Voina enacted a series of provocations in Moscow public areas, entitled Operation: Kiss Garbage ( ... Voina award donated to homeless and to political prisoners] (in Russian). Archived from the original on 6 June 2012. Retrieved ... Petersburg area, and have attempted to evade police by frequently changing location.[40] ...
This made the music a symbol of west Mexico, and after the migration of many people from the Guadalajara area to Mexico City ( ... Officially, 206 people were killed, nearly 500 injured and 15,000 were left homeless. The estimated monetary damage ranges ... This has led to mass migration from the rural areas to the metropolitan area.[57] ... These areas form the "Guadalajara Metropolitan Area" (Zona Metropolitana de Guadalajara in Spanish), which is the most populous ...
... the most developed areas in the eastern part of the country in 2015 exceeded the most poverty-stricken areas in the west by ... In addition to income, the property owned by the people has an increasing influence on the gap between the rich and the poor. ... This differentiation is not only reflected in the differentiation between the home and the homeless, but also in the ... 1) Income gap between urban and rural areas[edit]. Since the reform and opening up, China's per capita income has continuously ...
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  • Once you spend some time with them, you come to understand that homelessness affects people of all different ages, from a range of backgrounds. (
  • The one thing that these people do have in common is that there is not enough supported housing in the Greater Geelong area for people experiencing homelessness. (
  • We are also asking for an increase in supported accommodation options for people experiencing homelessness. (
  • Information from the 2014 Houston Homeless Count indicates that on a given night there are approximately 5,351 homeless persons in our area according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) definition of homelessness, including 2,291 people living unsheltered and 3,060 living in sheltered facilities. (
  • In an effort to increase legal services for this vulnerable population, the ABA Commission on Homelessness & Poverty , Commission on Youth at Risk , and Section of Litigation Children's Rights Litigation Committee announced today the official launch of the ABA Homeless Youth Legal Network . (
  • The Homeless Youth Legal Network is a fine example of how the American Bar Association can link youth experiencing homelessness with experts in the legal community who can help," ABA President Linda A. Klein said. (
  • The Homeless Persons Representation Project (HPRP), based in Baltimore, MD, is seeking a Development Officer to join its small but dedicated staff committed to providing legal assistance to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. (
  • The proposed purchase of a Guerneville-area home to provide permanent housing for five to 10 currently homeless people has created a new flashpoint in a community deeply divided on how to address the region's growing problems with homelessness, vagrancy, illegal camping and the health issues that come with it. (
  • The philosophy reflects studies showing that people given a stable place to live can more readily address the problems that led to their homelessness and thus are more successful than those who are required to "earn" housing through demonstrations of good behavior. (
  • Partnering with 78 governmental, non-profit and faith-based agencies, Haven for Hope seeks to transform the lives of the homeless by addressing the root causes of homelessness through education, job training and behavioral health services. (
  • They put up flyers around town advertising a free meal and hot drinks in Cheyenne's main plaza, where the homeless answer federal homelessness surveys. (
  • We have to use the HUD definition of homelessness," says Brenda Lyttle, homeless coordinator for the state of Wyoming. (
  • He says most people experiencing homelessness live in urban areas. (
  • To Megan Hustings, director of the National Coalition for the Homeless, the point-in-time count is just one of many challenges that those seeking to end rural homelessness face. (
  • Those officers would then offer the homeless a choice: Go to jail for their homelessness or be shuffled to a 240-bed, 24-hour shelter on the outskirts of town, which they wouldn't be allowed to easily leave. (
  • MARIA FOSCARINIS (National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty): Many cities feel that in order to develop their cities, especially their downtown areas, they need to present a very what they consider attractive appearance, and that doesn't include the sight of visible poverty. (
  • The Metro Denver Homeless Initiative releases data about the number of people experiencing homelessness in Metro Denver. (
  • They are intact families and people who are coming into homelessness, who don't come with behavioral health issues. (
  • Although underweight has been traditionally associated with homelessness, this study suggests that obesity may have replaced underweight as the new malnutrition of the homeless," the authors wrote. (
  • Andrae Bailey - the trailblazing former leader of Orlando's successful effort to reduce that city's homeless population - is renowned for crafting a 12-point plan to fight homelessness. (
  • The goal, Lee said, is to encourage people experiencing homelessness to sleep in shelters rather than their own camps now that the weather is getting colder. (
  • Schafer said volunteers are also looking for people who have been in and out of homelessness for at least a year and displaced veterans. (
  • The majority of those experiencing homelessness were found within the city of Los Angeles, which saw a 13.6% increase to 41,209, according to data released Friday by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. (
  • Black people make up 34% of those experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County, despite representing just 8% of the overall population, according to the data. (
  • The county's Homeless Services Authority said it helped nearly 22,770 people move into permanent housing during 2019 - a pace that would have helped rapidly end homelessness if economic pressures had not simultaneously pushed thousands more out of their homes. (
  • This is the accessible text file for GAO report number GAO-10-724 entitled 'Rural Homelessness: Better Collaboration by HHS and HUD Could Improve Delivery of Services in Rural Areas' which was released on July 20, 2010. (
  • Report to Congressional Committees: United States Government Accountability Office: GAO: July 2010: Rural Homelessness: Better Collaboration by HHS and HUD Could Improve Delivery of Services in Rural Areas: GAO-10-724: GAO Highlights: Highlights of GAO-10-724, a report to congressional committees. (
  • Why GAO Did This Study: The Homeless Emergency Assistance and Rapid Transition to Housing (HEARTH) Act of 2009 directed GAO to conduct a broad study of homelessness in rural areas. (
  • In this report, we provide information about rural homelessness issues, based in significant part on our work in rural areas within six selected states. (
  • Specifically, the report addresses the following questions: (1) What are the characteristics of homelessness in rural areas? (
  • 2) What assistance is available to individuals or families experiencing homelessness and what amount of funding have the federal departments and agencies awarded to organizations that assist persons experiencing homelessness in rural areas? (
  • 3) What barriers do persons experiencing homelessness and homeless service providers encounter when seeking assistance or funding to provide assistance? (
  • What GAO Found: Rural homelessness involves a range of living situations but comparing the extent of homelessness in rural and nonrural areas is difficult primarily due to data limitations. (
  • Based on GAO visits to six states, persons experiencing homelessness in rural areas could be living in one of a limited number of shelters, in extremely overcrowded situations, in severely substandard housing, or outdoors. (
  • While HUD and other agencies collect some data on homeless populations, several challenges exist in using these data to compare the extent of homelessness in rural and nonrural areas. (
  • A number of federal programs exist to support those experiencing homelessness in rural areas. (
  • Nontargeted programs can serve persons experiencing homelessness but do not track how much funding is used for homeless assistance. (
  • Barriers to accessing and providing homeless services in rural areas include limited access to services, large service areas, dispersed populations, and a lack of transportation and affordable housing according to state and local officials and persons experiencing homelessness in the states we visited. (
  • The mission of the Mobile Medical program is to build relationships with people experiencing homelessness by providing patient-led health and social services, meeting people where they are, and fostering health and well-being. (
  • The residents, both housed and homeless, were there to weigh in on the city's attempts to address drug use, homelessness and crime in the area. (
  • Durkan emphasized Tuesday that leaving people on the streets and in unsanctioned encampments is not an option. (
  • Maloney added that since the SPCA started guarding its facilities with the robot - known as K9 - a month ago, the homeless encampments have dwindled and there have been fewer car break-ins. (
  • so @sfspca is using a security robot to "deal with" #homeless people in encampments near its mission campus? (
  • CDC provides guidance for SARS-CoV-2 testing strategies for congregate settings, including correctional and detention facilities and homeless shelters and encampments. (
  • Interim Guidance for SARS-CoV-2 Testing in Homeless Shelters and Encampments covers guidance for testing as a prevention measure in homeless shelters and encampments. (
  • Police have been urging homeless people to seek shelter and have gone into homeless encampments across Orange County warning those living there that a killer is on the loose. (
  • One would expect the city to be sensitive to this fact, and provide outreach to the hundreds of folks who have been forced to live near the creeks due to unrelenting sweeps of homeless encampments. (
  • Raul Peralez, whose downtown district has the most encampments, has pushed to build more housing for the homeless. (
  • And increasingly encampments can be found under freeway overpasses in suburban areas. (
  • Homeless encampments every night, tents and drug dealing cover this corner and promote drug usage down the small street of Natoma. (
  • There were an estimated 597 deaths of homeless people in England and Wales in 2017, a figure that has increased by 24% over the last five years. (
  • Men made up 84% of deaths of homeless people in 2017. (
  • Figures are given for deaths registered in the years 2013 to 2017, with selected breakdowns by age and sex, cause of death, time of year, and geographical area. (
  • WASHINGTON, June 26, 2017 - Homeless youth in the United States remain a largely invisible segment of the homeless population, though researchers estimate that nearly eight percent of youths experience living on the streets. (
  • (1 of ) A proposal to buy this home to house homeless on Old Cazadero Road in Guerneville has area residents concerned, Thursday Oct. 5, 2017. (
  • And there are only about 30 beds in so-called permanent supportive housing for the city's estimated 800 homeless residents. (
  • The city's Street Medicine Team treats people where they're at - whether it's under a highway overpass, or in a tent in the Tenderloin. (
  • Until 2014, hep C was mostly managed in specialty clinics with a hematologist or a gastroenterologist, because Interferon - which was the treatment in the old days - was so intense, and made people so sick," says Katie Burk, the viral hepatitis coordinator at the city's Department of Public Health. (
  • New York City's mayor, Bill deBlasio (another candidate who pledged an improvement to the city's homeless crisis) is being forced to house a growing number of families in what critics are calling substandard dangerous housing. (
  • As wind chill temperatures in Burlington are expected to fall below zero Wednesday and Thursday nights, members of the city's homeless community still are sleeping in tents. (
  • Sometime next month, the Urban Rest Stop will open its doors inside the main campus of the Sulzbacher Center, the city's largest provider of services for the homeless. (
  • Trained volunteers will gather for the count in downtown Louisville before dawn Thursday and head out to their designated areas to find the city's homeless. (
  • The plan places an emphasis on advanced shelters, where people coming in off the streets have access to services and a path toward stable housing. (
  • The records identified are mainly people sleeping rough, or using emergency accommodation such as homeless shelters and direct access hostels, at or around the time of death. (
  • In Paris and the surrounding areas, MSF teams are intervening in emergency shelters, helping detect those who are potentially ill with COVID-19. (
  • People who have been on the streets or in shelters for many years and they'll be moving into their own private apartments," said DESC Executive Director Daniel Malone. (
  • The Washington Post reported Friday the mayor and her administration argue that room is running out at motels, so shelters with lesser options for privacy should be available to at least get the homeless off the street. (
  • D.C. homeless advocate Tashira Haylard is deputy director of The Playtime Project, a children's initiative at D.C. General, one of the most crowded and resource-stretched shelters in the district. (
  • Samuelson said he initially wanted to build more permanent shelters for all of the homeless people in the Los Angeles area. (
  • But when you do the math, you're looking at $3 billion to get 60,000 people off the damp concrete, and that's just in L.A.,' he said, explaining why he opted for the cheaper EDAR instead of permanent shelters. (
  • The units are distributed to shelters, churches and other organizations that help the homeless. (
  • Welcome to our San Antonio, Texas Homeless Shelters and Services for the needy page. (
  • Below are all of the homeless shelters and services for the needy that provide help to those in need for San Antonio, TX and surrounding cities. (
  • A 24-hour tally of a community's homeless population on the streets or in shelters. (
  • It is performed in January based on the logic that the cold weather will drive people into emergency shelters, where they are easier to find. (
  • The Red Cross is working hard with the Haitian government to get people still living in tent camps to emergency shelters. (
  • Since the March 11 twin disasters, tens of thousands of people have been living in shelters set up in gyms, churches and community centres. (
  • It's estimated that on any given day Columbia has over 1600 homeless, and beyond that it's generally recognized that shelters are far from appropriate or helpful for every homeless person. (
  • In 2018, disease investigation and molecular HIV surveillance in Seattle, Washington, identified 14 related HIV diagnoses among heterosexuals who were living homeless, most of whom injected drugs. (
  • In August 2018, Public Health-Seattle and King County (PHSKC) identified a cluster of cases of HIV infection among persons living homeless, most of whom injected drugs. (
  • In July 2018, an MSW living homeless in north Seattle tested positive for acute HIV infection (HIV Ag/Ab positive, Geenius HIV negative, HIV RNA positive) at an emergency department (ED) after being evaluated with fever (patient 6) ( Table 1 ). (
  • Within the first week of the robot's deployment, some people who were setting up a homeless encampment nearby allegedly "put a tarp over it, knocked it over, and put barbecue sauce on all the sensors," according to Jennifer Scarlett, president of the SF SPCA. (
  • That's why Broad supports moving people from the Nickelsville Ballard Encampment to her neighborhood. (
  • Homeless encampment on Beaudry Avenue as traffic moves along Interstate 110 below during the coronavirus outbreak, in downtown Los Angeles. (
  • The American Bar Association is a nationally recognized leader in addressing the legal needs of vulnerable populations, including homeless youth. (
  • Several U.S. cities are struggling to house their homeless populations as so-called "hypothermia season" is in full force. (
  • Capture-recapture techniques can overcome problems of ascertainment in estimating populations of homeless and homeless mentally ill people. (
  • Population estimates derived from capture-recapture techniques may usefully provide a good basis for including homeless populations in capitation calculations for allocating funds within health services. (
  • 3,4 The planning of health services led by needs for homeless people is hampered by a lack of reliable data on the size of homeless populations. (
  • Working for Patients gives each health authority responsibility to determine the size and morbidity of both its resident and homeless populations. (
  • 10,11 The size of homeless populations is difficult to estimate because of problems in identifying all homeless people in a given period. (
  • This is a result of the relative rarity and elusiveness of homeless people compared with resident populations. (
  • 12 Capture-recapture techniques are increasingly being used to overcome these problems of ascertainment 13,14 and have been recommended for use with homeless populations. (
  • infections in homeless populations in San Francisco, California, USA. (
  • Since 1992, B . quintana has been recognized as a reemerging infection in homeless populations in the United States and Europe, as well as an opportunistic pathogen in patients with AIDS ( 5 ). (
  • HUD has prioritized these two populations in the recent years, and also asks that agencies categorize the homeless as youths, by gender and parental status. (
  • They include difficulties in counting transient populations, limited reporting by service providers in federal data systems, inconsistent reporting across programs, and focusing on the segments of the homeless population that the agency serves. (
  • Berkeley, like much of the Bay Area, is facing an acute affordable housing crisis. (
  • As an emergency humanitarian organization, MSF provides medical assistance to vulnerable people in a moment of crisis and societal disruption," said Dr. Christos Christou , MSF international president. (
  • A homeless crisis in D.C. mirrors the increased need for sheltering the homeless in several American cities. (
  • Learn more about Bogota volunteer organizations in cause areas like education, crisis support, homeless & housing, and more. (
  • San Francisco politician Richie Greenberg discusses the growing homeless crisis and how it will impact coronavirus reopening. (
  • The crisis is apparent in downtown Los Angeles, where hundreds of people reside in makeshift shanties that line entire blocks in the notorious neighborhood known as Skid Row. (
  • These are folks who are one missed paycheck, one family tragedy, healthcare crisis, car accident - whatever it is - away from losing their housing," Heidi Marston, the homeless services authority's new director, said this week. (
  • Learn more about Peoria volunteer organizations in cause areas like education, crisis support, homeless & housing, and more. (
  • Our ability to move people out of cars, off streets, and out of tents has been difficult," Durkan said during a closed-door briefing. (
  • In fact, there are people that are living comfortable middle class lifestyles right at this moment that will end up in tents. (
  • We're ensuring that each hospital has enough cholera treatment materials on hand and that we have identified alternative locations within our hospitals for any cholera treatment areas still under tents - in case of heavy rains and wind - and in the case that we start to see a surge in the number of cholera cases. (
  • Police officers were seen peeking into tents and gently warning the homeless they must leave, and by 11 a.m., crews were hosing down sidewalks, with nary a tent in sight. (
  • China said the toll of dead and missing from last week's powerful earthquake jumped to more than 80,000, while the government appealed Thursday for millions of tents to shelter homeless survivors. (
  • Right now, you're kicking people out to the streets where they have no tents, where they have no place to reside, where they're going to be pushed down the river, where they're going to be separated from their communities, losing their belongings. (
  • They are among the fastest growing segments of the homeless population. (
  • On the other side of town, 200 more volunteers pour into a brand new supportive housing building with 91 studio apartments for the chronically homeless. (
  • A one-night count last year found the overall number of homeless people hasn t increased significantly, but the number of chronically homeless has risen steadily to make up about half of the total population. (
  • I see a violation of human rights and a violation of dignity," said Terese Howard, an organizer for Denver Homeless Out Loud. (
  • A group of homeless people in Elkhart has been asked to leave the place they call home. (
  • The city of Denver has been sued for its sweeps of homeless camps by advocates who say doing so is a constitutional violation. (
  • I believe the university has a responsibility for the park, a responsibility to collaborate with the city in support of its homeless population and a responsibility to address our students' need for housing," she said in a statement released by the university. (
  • London and the North West of England had the highest mortality of homeless people, both in numbers of deaths and per million population of the region. (
  • City officials struggle to find temporary housing as the homeless population grows and temperatures drop. (
  • The New York Daily News reported that New York's homeless population had reached an "all time high" this winter. (
  • The controversy lies in the idea of insisting on private quarters versus simply getting the homeless population off the street and away from freezing temperatures. (
  • To use routinely collected data to provide a reliable estimate of the size and psychiatric morbidity of the homeless population of a given geographical area by using capture-recapture analysis. (
  • The method calculates the total homeless population from the sum of the population actually observed and an estimate of the unobserved population. (
  • The estimated unobserved population was 3293, giving a total homeless population for the period of around 5000 (SD 1250). (
  • Prevalences of mental illness derived from surveys that do not correct for ascertainment are likely to be falsely inflated while at the same time underestimating the total size of the homeless mentally ill population. (
  • As much as half of the homeless population may have some form of mental disorder, although estimates of the extent and severity of these disorders varies widely. (
  • No damage figures exist from Olivia, due to the scarce population of the area it struck. (
  • Wyoming homeless advocates are now working on a plan to do another homeless population count this summer. (
  • In the United States, body lice infestations usually are found only on persons who do not have access to clean changes of clothes or bathing facilities (e.g., the homeless population). (
  • Head lice infestations occur most often in school children and may also occur in the homeless population where they may be transferred by pillow cases, hats, and combs. (
  • The Columbia City Council unanimously approved the plan, creating special police patrols that would enforce "quality of life" laws involving loitering, public urination and other crimes not necessarily restricted to the homeless population. (
  • It also boasts the world's third largest population after China and [[India]], with over 300 million people. (
  • On Sint Maarten , the storm left a quarter of the island's population homeless and killed seven people. (
  • San Jose's homeless population was left especially vulnerable by the lack of warning before the flooding in February. (
  • It's fitting, that for a brief moment in time, the whole country focused on San Jose's homeless population as people were being rescued from Las Lagos. (
  • Even as families with children make up more than half of Metro Denver's homeless population, only 19% of those polled believed there to be higher rates of homeless families. (
  • A Vulnerable Population the Homeless Veterans Patricia Dilbert NUR/440 April 7, 2014 Deanna Radford, MSN, RN, CNE A Vulnerable Population the homeless Veterans In this presentation, we will explore a vulnerable population with the focus on the homeless veterans. (
  • The obesity rate in a sample of 5,632 homeless adults seen at the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program was similar to that seen in the general population. (
  • When we look at the homeless population, we think they're different, but they're like everyone else. (
  • Fortunately, Jacksonville can check that box when it comes to providing a daytime resource center for Jacksonville's homeless population. (
  • Work with staffers from Mental Health Resource Center, a local nonprofit doing amazing work documenting Jacksonville's homeless population and assessing its needs. (
  • The Urban Rest Stop holds the promise of making a real impact in helping our homeless population. (
  • The count in Clark and Floyd counties is performed based on what local leaders have learned about the area's homeless population. (
  • For instance, the three most common federal definitions of rural use differing criteria such as population or proximity to urban areas. (
  • Even within one measure such as population, different agencies can use different parameters and therefore identify different areas as rural. (
  • As a result of data limitations such as these, comparisons of funding levels offer limited insight into the relationship between the size of the homeless population in an area and the amount of funding received. (
  • During the last 140 years, the population of the Bay Area has mushroomed to around seven million people. (
  • Measured in terms of the total number of persons accessing homeless services in a year, there were 27,728 individuals who accessed some type of homeless service in 2013, as captured by HMIS. (
  • According to the Department of Housing and Urban Development, more than half a million people are homeless in America right now, but that figure is increasing by the day. (
  • How many people are hungry in America? (
  • How many people are homeless in America? (
  • How many people are addicted in America? (
  • The Great Depression was an economic slump in North America, Europe, and other industrialized areas. (
  • D.C.'s new mayor Muriel E. Bowser surprised advocates for the homeless in the district when she filed an emergency motion late Thursday, hoping to end a mandatory demand to provide all homeless families a private room when temperatures drop below freezing. (
  • It will give them access to potentially life-changing help from Jacksonville's dedicated advocates for the homeless. (
  • (7710045) Sorority at Indiana University throws homeless-themed party. (
  • As much as I dislike Indiana, I'd rather be homeless there than (upstate) New York, that's for sure. (
  • Although diagnoses of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection among persons who inject drugs in the United States are declining, an HIV outbreak among such persons in rural Indiana demonstrated that population's vulnerability to HIV infection. (
  • Last year, Garman visited soup kitchens in Southern Indiana to help with the count in Clark and Floyd counties and surveyed people with HUD-required questions. (
  • Fry said to identify and learn about the homeless in Southern Indiana, familiar faces must be available. (
  • Tonight, countless numbers of homeless people will try to make it through another chilly night in large tent cities that have been established in the heart of major cities such as Seattle, Washington, D.C. and St. Louis. (
  • 6 The prominence of mental health problems among the homeless in inner city areas has generated increasing interest. (
  • Obesity is a widespread epidemic, even among the homeless. (
  • A graduate of UC Santa Barbara and the University of Southern California, he cut his teeth at the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin and the Palo Alto Daily News, and has been with the Bay Area News Group since its inception. (
  • We have the Great California Shakeout drill Wednesday, but we don't want to freak people out. (
  • As the state vaccination plan moves past long-term care facilities and on to the next group, deploying mobile units will help prevent eligible people in small facilities from being left behind, said Dr. Mike Wasserman, past president of the California Association of Long Term Care Medicine. (
  • The California Department of Public Health in collaboration with San Francisco Project Homeless Connect initiated a program in 2007 to collect lice from the homeless to test for B. quintana and to educate the homeless and their caregivers on prevention and control of louse-borne disease. (
  • In 1990, physicians in the San Francisco, California, Bay area recognized the link between Bartonella spp. (
  • People in Southern California were getting concerned from homeless disappearing off the streets. (
  • Mary Jane Schramm, a spokeswoman for the marine sanctuary, said the suspected perpetrators are a recent arrival to Northern California waters, typically living in warmer ocean climates south of the Bay Area. (
  • California has an estimated 150,000 homeless people, the most in the nation. (
  • More Earthquake Coverage: Five Most Dangerous U.S. Earthquake Hotspots Beyond California 10 Deadliest Earthquakes in US History Historic Photos Foretell Future Damage USGS Google Earth Tour: The Hayward Fault When the next big earthquake hits the San Francisco Bay Area, it will be a catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina proportions. (
  • For many unhoused people living on San Francisco streets, maintaining good physical health is fairly low on a long daily to-do list. (
  • people are now being diagnosed, treated, and cured at rates never before seen in San Francisco. (
  • It's ambitious: there are an estimated 12,000 people living with active hepatitis C in San Francisco. (
  • A security robot has been put to work in San Francisco in an attempt to deter homeless people from forming tent cities. (
  • In San Francisco, autonomous crime-fighting robots that are used to patrol parking lots, sports arenas, and tech company campuses are now being deployed to keep away homeless people. (
  • After being put on notice for several days, the homeless people living along Division Street in San Francisco were being cleared out on Monday in a relatively calm sweep. (
  • She also wanted to remind people that this is a problem for the most vulnerable: More than 2,300 of the homeless in San Francisco are children. (
  • When the next big earthquake hits the San Francisco Bay Area, it will be a catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina proportions. (
  • The Hayward fault lies along the hills on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay in one of the most densely populated areas of the state. (
  • Recently, B. quintana infections in homeless patients have been reported in the United States and Europe. (
  • How many people were left homeless after Hurricane Katrina? (
  • An Ontario company is helping provide temporary housing in Japan, where thousands are left homeless following an earthquake and tsunami earlier this month. (
  • To me, I think it's how well do we take care of our children, our homeless people, our mentally ill, those less fortunate. (
  • Over 119,000 people survived the crossing and reached Italy, compared to 181,000 arrivals in 2016. (
  • By the end of the year, nearly 130,000 people sought asylum in Italy, a 6% increase over the nearly 122,000 in 2016. (
  • The congregation of St. Johns Christian Church agreed to provide space for homeless residents of Hazelnut Grove, but aren't happy about the new arrivals. (
  • Parishioners were in discussions with local government to bring a sanctioned homeless village-called Hazelnut Grove-to church property. (
  • German says she's in favor of Hazelnut Grove coming to the area as long as houseless folks already living in St. John's also have a place to be. (
  • Denis Theriault, the spokesperson for the Joint Office of Homeless Services, says that while the St. Johns Christian Church is being considered as a site for the residents of Hazelnut Grove to relocate to, nothing is finalized, and that they are considering another location in St. Johns as well. (
  • really enforcing any type of rules about where people can camp, said Chris Trejbal, who lives near a homeless camp called Hazelnut Grove. (
  • During 2007-2008, 33.3% of body lice-infested persons and 25% of head lice-infested persons had lice pools infected with B . quintana strain Fuller. (
  • The first Experimental Statistics of the number of deaths of homeless people in England and Wales. (
  • These are the first official estimates of the number of deaths of homeless people in England and Wales. (
  • Deaths of homeless people were identified from the death registration records held by Office for National Statistics (ONS), and a statistical method called capture-recapture modelling was applied to estimate the most likely number of additional registrations not identified as homeless people. (
  • Two brothers ended up homeless, living and dying similar deaths. (
  • But those needle exchanges are usually only open during the day, which Christian Calinsky, co-founder of a homeless outreach program, says is to blame for those overdose deaths. (
  • On Thursday, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ unveiled plans to build housing for 1,000 students and 75 to 125 apartments for homeless individuals on the 2.8-acre site. (
  • We can honor its rich history, while reimaging it as a place where all people can come together, where we can shelter our homeless and provide needed housing for our students," he said. (
  • There is a real need for services in St. Johns, where many people are camping now, or doubling up with friends and family, because of how expensive housing in the neighborhood has become. (
  • Lawyers play a critical role in improving outcomes for homeless youth by enforcing existing laws as well as advancing new policy and removing legal barriers to benefits, education, employment, health care, housing, identification, treatment and services. (
  • Libraries offer many services to poor and homeless people, from programming and outreach, to reference services, often referred to as "preventative librarianship," where these patrons can be connected to essential resources, including food and housing, healthcare and education, as well as services to those who are in transition. (
  • People living in overcrowded conditions, on the streets, in makeshift camps, or in substandard housing are at particular risk of contracting coronavirus. (
  • Instead, Saturday about 300 volunteers worked at two locations to provide temporary housing to people who need it. (
  • These tiny house villages provide a warm safe place for people to stay as they look for permanent housing," said Gerber. (
  • Whether in Mount Baker neighborhood or at the Northlake Tiny House Village, volunteer Brooke Broad knows the group's efforts to provide new housing for the recently homeless comes with a stigma. (
  • I'm really excited to have one of these in my neighborhood to be able to support people who are searching for housing," said Broad. (
  • It has been reported that that the number of homeless children in this country has risen by 60 percent since the last recession, and Poverty USA says that a total of 1.6 million children slept either in a homeless shelter or in some other form of emergency housing at some point last year. (
  • Transitional housing for homeless women pregnant women w/ children less than 1yr. (
  • The team of county nurses and nonprofit workers is targeting Contra Costa County residents who are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines but have been left out: residents of small assisted-living facilities that haven't yet been visited by CVS or Walgreens, and occasionally people who live in low-income senior housing. (
  • Let's remember, Khamis frequently opposes housing for the homeless and rent control measures, and Jones supported the displacement of 672 residents living in 216 rent controlled units-which will not be replaced-at The Reserve Apartments . (
  • Don Rocha has been a tireless champion for the homeless and he represented the city on the county's Housing Task Force. (
  • According to a report by the United Ways of Vermont, 268 people called the nonprofit's after-hours hotline in November to request emergency housing in greater Burlington. (
  • Abad said he's applied for all the housing programs in the area but has faced red tape. (
  • Sizable majorities support increased taxes or fees to provide support services (e.g., mental health, substance abuse) and to develop more housing that is affordable to low-income people (types and amounts of taxes and fees were not specified in the poll). (
  • The King County Housing Authority, in Washington state, serving the communities surrounding Seattle, sent out controversial letters encouraging people to vote recently. (
  • The coalition no longer serves people for housing on a first-come, first serve basis, but on how vulnerable they might be. (
  • January's annual count came before the COVID-19 outbreak paralyzed the economy and pushed scores of people into unemployment - many of whom were already spending nearly half their earnings on rent in a city with a severe shortage of affordable housing. (
  • Every day we're helping 207 people find housing, only to have them replaced by 227 new individuals who fall into homeless. (
  • We must act to move people off the streets and into safer, more stable places where they can more easily access the services they need. (
  • Pending approval, the plan would expand enhanced shelter capacity to serve an additional 180 people, expand basic shelter services at City Hall by 120 beds, and create two new tiny home villages, among other investments. (
  • The Homeless Youth Legal Network has identified 12 model programs across the country to highlight promising practices, and to illustrate the value of providing legal services to homeless youth. (
  • The theme of this year's Fair will be library services for poor and homeless people. (
  • incarcerated people and ex-offenders and mobile library services and bookmobiles. (
  • Fundamentally the plan, if approved, is for West County Community Services to lease rooms to vulnerable individuals who have been homeless for at least a year and to provide them with caseworker management for issues related to substance abuse, unemployment, mental or physical health issues and other impediments to a stable life, the agency's executive director, Tim Miller, said. (
  • PHSKC has alerted medical and social service providers and the public about the outbreak, expanded HIV testing among persons who inject drugs or who are living homeless, and is working to increase the availability of clinical and prevention services in the geographic area of the outbreak. (
  • This outbreak highlights the vulnerability of persons who inject drugs, particularly those who also are living homeless, to outbreaks of HIV infection, even in areas with high levels of viral suppression and large syringe services programs (SSPs). (
  • Even the people who should know, the workers in the other social services, are sending people here. (
  • About 7 percent of homeless people live in rural areas, but homeless advocates say services in those areas don't get as much federal funding as they deserve - partly because the number of homeless people might be underestimated. (
  • It is important: The count will in part determine how much federal money state homeless services get. (
  • Every year, AGRM members use 300,000 volunteers and 10,000 full-time staff to serve approximately 50 million meals, provide more than 20 million nights of lodging, distribute some 30 million pieces of clothing, graduate upwards of 20,000 people from addiction-recovery programs, and provide many additional valuable services. (
  • One thing we're changing -- we're trying to make sure we're sending people out in the field who already volunteer or work in services for the homeless," Fry said. (
  • Easter Seals provides a variety of services to help people with autism and other disabilities address life's challenges and achieve personal goals. (
  • An org that helps homeless animals can't think of a better way to respond to its homeless human neighbors? (
  • 200,000 homeless people were children. (
  • Police said more than 100 people died in Concepcion, the largest city near the epicenter with more than 200,000 people. (
  • This petition is asking Christine Couzens, the Local Member for Geelong, Lisa Neville, the Local Member for the Bellarine, and Kelvin Spiller, CEO of the City of Greater Geelong, to increase the number of emergency beds available for homeless people in our region. (
  • In a proposal that she outlined to members of the press on Tuesday, Durkan said the city has looked for creative ways to leverage existing resources and space to provide shelter for as many people as possible. (
  • If approved by the Seattle City Council, Durkan's plan would increase shelter capacity in the city by 25% over 90 days, serving an additional 522 people each night. (
  • Mayor Darrell Steinberg has asked police to stop telling homeless people sleeping under a City Hall overhang during rainstorms to move, as they did earlier this month. (
  • The church recently offered its property to a city-sanctioned homeless camp seeking a new home. (
  • To help get the garden started, a neighbor suggested Blakeney contact City Slicker Farms, a West Oakland nonprofit that advocates for urban agriculture and installs backyard gardens in homes throughout the Bay Area. (
  • On one hand, the city must protect citizens from the dangers of lead poisoning, and on the other it's tasked with supporting urban agriculture in areas known to contain contaminated soil. (
  • Seattle City Council members are considering a plan to tax big businesses like Amazon with the money going to fund homeless. (
  • An east-west pedestrian mall featuring "great bands of trees, a grass mall and paved areas accented by lights and banks of flags [to] expand and extend this central park area [Civic Center Plaza] from the City Hall down Fulton Street to Market" was first proposed as part of the 1958 Civic Center Development Plan. (
  • The Detroit News reported over 18,000 homeless people living within city limits. (
  • Flooded areas in the city. (
  • And how many homeless are there in this city, about 5,000? (
  • Katrina did heavy damage, sinking 60 ships and leaving 2500 homeless after it partially destroyed the city of San Felipe. (
  • It turns out that since 2011, the city of Boston is moving its homeless out of the city into what they call HOME Base near Salem away from the city. (
  • Last week, at the first San Jose City Council meeting to address the flood, after more than six hours, neither a single council member nor a city official said the word "homeless. (
  • So why, after all these years, did the city of Raleigh suddenly crack down on feeding the homeless? (
  • The city is booming, and the homeless are more visible than ever before. (
  • And in a city where the mayor says unhoused instead of homeless and where tent camps have names like Dignity Village and Right 2 Dream Too instead of Skid Row and The Jungle, residents are wondering if Portland needs to rethink its strategy as a permanent solution seems ever-more elusive. (
  • The issue peaked this year when Portland declared a homeless state of emergency and Mayor Charlie Hales made it legal to sleep on city streets. (
  • The city of Denver is clearing homeless camps near the Good Samaritan shelter, citing deteriorating conditions and a potential public health risk. (
  • The city of Denver has asked members of the homeless community to leave a four-block area that officials have dubbed a public health risk following hundreds of 911 calls and reports of urine, feces and rats. (
  • The city began cleanup efforts Monday in a three-square-block area surrounding the Samaritan House shelter. (
  • Whitford and experts say it's penetrating all areas of the city and crossing all demographics. (
  • And certainly not someone who would end up homeless on the streets of the city that they grew up in. (
  • I have a such a distinct memory of walking through the food courts at Portage Place and City Place and staring at people eating and waiting until someone left, and if there were any leftovers, I'd kind of sneak over and gobble it up,' he said. (
  • No one wants people to be sleeping on the sidewalk. (
  • The people themselves don't want to be on the sidewalk. (
  • A study in Marseille, France, found that 14% (10/71) of homeless patients who came to a hospital emergency department had blood cultures positive for B . quintana ( 11 ). (
  • Some 6,000 homeless residents have been sheltered since the outbreak began, she said. (
  • That news made the people at the Los Angeles Conservancy happy. (
  • Damaged houses and buildings, cars stuck in water and homeless people on roads due to a terrific flood in Los Angeles. (
  • The units are being distributed to homeless people in the Los Angeles area by the Everyone Deserves A Roof nonprofit organization. (
  • He got the idea to help the homeless in recent years as he rode his bicycle from Los Angeles to the beach at Santa Monica. (
  • Los Angeles counted more than 40,000 homeless people last year, while Wyoming counted about 800. (
  • LOS ANGELES - The number of homeless people counted across Los Angeles County jumped 12.7% over the past year to more than 66,400 and authorities fear that figure will spike again once the full impact of the coronavirus pandemic is felt. (
  • In the coming days, the team plans to expand its activities to also provide consultations to people living on the street. (
  • Under the coordination of the HUG, MSF has a mobile medical team ready to provide home-based care to people with COVID-19 that do not meet the criteria for hospital admission. (
  • The program's mission is to try to reach the longtime homeless, provide medical and mental help and ultimately convince them to get off the streets. (
  • We also provide other homeless resources such as transitional resources for the homeless. (
  • Even with these three champions, there are no current policies, provisions or plans to provide assistance to the homeless affected by the flood. (
  • Be on the lookout for homeless people, who could get hypothermia as temperatures drop. (
  • The robot's presence is meant to deter homeless people from setting up camps along the sidewalks. (
  • In Haiti, the government and international aid groups announced plans to evacuate several thousand people from one of the settlement camps that sprang up in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake. (
  • About 400,000 people remain in settlement camps comprised of shacks and tarps in the wake of Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake. (
  • The people were given a choice, FEMA Camps or jail. (
  • We have 18.5 million vacation homes and homes in Detroit being sold for a dollar, but we can't find places to house people other then FEMA camps? (
  • The reason for that is people are more likely to be in their camps at that time. (
  • The Libyan coastguard's vessel - one of those donated by Italy - was recorded on video departing at high speed, ignoring people in the water, and with a man still holding on to ropes the Libyan officials had thrown off the vessel. (
  • If there's one bright spot among the bleak figures, Marston said, it's that the coronavirus is forcing officials to get better at moving people inside rapidly. (
  • In 2010, AGRM member organizations offered 16.9 million nights of lodging (an increase of 2.3 percent over 2007), distributed 21.4 million pieces of clothing (up 14.4 percent), and handed out 4.2 million furniture items (an increase of 37.6 percent as compared to 2007) to people in need. (
  • The AIDS Foundation of Chicago (AFC) is pleased to announce the top eight Chicago-area care organizations. (
  • The list of animal rights groups include PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), Progressive Animals Welfare Society (PAWS), Hugs for Homeless Animals, Friends of Animals (FOA), In Defense of Animals (IDA), and many other organizations that speak out for the mistreatment of animals. (
  • There are 504 organizations in the Bogota area with volunteer opportunities waiting to be filled. (
  • Rowan Humberstone is a Cambridge based charity and arts centre for people with learning disabilities. (
  • The volunteer-run organisation provides grants towards holidays and arranges fun days out for people with disabilities. (
  • Our mission has been targeted primarily toward older adults and we have special concern for low- and moderate-income seniors, persons with disabilities, and low- and moderate-income families. (
  • While established rescue missions are the large service centers where a great number of needy people receive the love and attention they desperately need, you can do the same thing on a smaller scale in your home and your neighborhood. (
  • The problem with what happened over the night is that we don't have a 24-hour drop-in where we have case workers on scene that are walking around the neighborhood making sure people are alive," Calinksy said. (
  • Most of the time, those that establish tent cities do not want to be discovered because local authorities have a nasty habit of shutting them down and forcing homeless people out of the area. (
  • Detroit has witnessed an increase in so-called "tent cities" popping up all over the area. (
  • Most of the homeless in places like Sacramento are taken and driven out of town in tent cities of their own. (
  • there are clusters of homeless people living in "tent cities. (
  • This obesity issue shouldn't deter those people from reaching out, she said. (
  • SEATTLE -- Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan on Wednesday will announce a strategy to bring more than 500 homeless people in off the streets over the next 90 days. (
  • SEATTLE -- It doesn't matter where you live in Western Washington, you can't help but notice a growing homeless problem. (
  • In areas around Seattle, Wa. (
  • Eight reports (7%) involved children aged less than or equal to 5 years, and 20 (16%) involved persons aged greater than or equal to 65 years. (
  • Children should return to full-time in-person learning in the fall with layered prevention strategies in place. (
  • Long Term shelter and councelling for children who runaway from their houses or are homeless. (
  • The number of homeless families with children has increased significannot ly over the past decade. (
  • The world would be much better off and a safer place for billions of people and their children without the US developing its nuclear programs, launching its horrific wars and bombing millions from Hiroshima to Nagasaki to Cambodia to Vietnam to Granada to Yugoslavia to Iraq. (
  • I mean, literally millions of Japanese people had children in homes of this style. (
  • The government is also grappling with official estimates of more than 4,000 children orphaned by the quake, and received hundreds calls from people offering to adopt them. (
  • Over 260 people died, mostly Syrian refugees, among them about 60 children. (
  • In order for the homeless to "qualify" for the "temporary shelter" they would have to be one of the first 240 homeless to apply and wouldn't be able to leave except by shuttle. (
  • She explained that one would have to test at least fourteen different Earths, each one full of seven billion people, just to find one other person with DNA that matched the East Area Rapist's profile. (
  • How do you find a list of biker clubs in your area? (
  • When the people of bigger cities wake up to find that all the homeless have disappeared over night, you actually know where they are. (
  • Where can I find help for a homeless, hungry or addicted person in my area? (
  • Most believe it is nearly impossible or very difficult for people who are homeless to find a home. (
  • Supervisor David Campos has also condemned the decision, calling it 'inhumane' in a statement, and the people who have to live this reality can find no other word to describe it. (
  • You're more likely to find people on the street who are homeless and you have less duplication. (
  • The count helps Louisville agencies find out who is "most likely to die on the street" and prioritize people based on vulnerability, Schafer said. (
  • Meieran plans on filling some of those with homeless graduates from a program from the Midnight Mission that provides restaurant training and certification. (
  • As far as I know, that has never been done before,' says Anita Bock, a lawyer and chairwoman of the committee overseeing the Community Homeless Assistance Program, which in August moved in with the homeless living under I-395. (
  • Guadalupe Home is a transitional living program for homeless expectant mothers and homeless mothers with infants. (
  • This program provides walk-in care for people who are living homeless (or were recently homeless) only. (
  • In the past, when homeless people left their personal belongings in the aisles of the Addison Public Library, security guards might have asked them to leave. (
  • Since the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit and a federal court answered in March with an injunction preventing police from removing the belongings of the homeless, there has been a hands-off approach to the homeless in Miami. (
  • I see people losing their belongings, and I see people losing their place to survive. (
  • Homeless advocate Mimi German initiated the move to the church after the village was swept out of their old location on a bike trail in St. Johns yesterday. (
  • What I think is good about my project is that it gets the whole school involved, we can also get people's grandparents and people from the local nursing home to contribute and it helps those in need, who will benefit more from a warm blanket than 20 pence in a cup. (
  • As some one who has spent some time on the street, If a local sorority threw a party like this, instead of protesting, I would just bring all my homeless friends to the party and drink all the alcohol and eat all their food while saying that we just had better costumes than they did. (
  • Young single people aged 16-17 with support needs who present as homeless to the local authority. (
  • Must have a local connection to the area. (
  • Data were collected from local agencies used by homeless people. (
  • That second option isn't jail, mind you, because the homeless are being confined with the help of a local charitable organization. (
  • As head girl, I want to get members of the school to learn a fun, versatile skill which we then all combine to help people in our community. (
  • This tool is intended to help public health departments, healthcare providers, and administrators of congregate settings prepare for broad-based viral testing in correctional facilities and homeless service settings, after known or suspected exposure to the virus that causes COVID-19 or when there is moderate to substantial transmission in the community. (
  • The sorority claimed that they were trying to call attention to the plight of the homeless in Bloomington and goad the rest of the Greek community into actually doing something since they feel the plight of the homeless is being ignored. (
  • Helping people cope, and prepare for "hurricane-strength threats" is what the international community, NGO's, and the Haitian government should have been doing ever since the earthquake. (
  • She doesn't know why a ministry that helps people in need would be singled out. (
  • Temperatures in the district, however, have frequently dipped below freezing , causing a greater need to get homeless families indoors. (
  • He talked with KPCC about how people respond to disaster - and how we can prepare ourselves. (
  • Is there a way people can prepare for a disaster without becoming overwhelmed by anxiety? (
  • How do people respond after living through a serious disaster/attack/etc. (
  • But among many Haitians, the notion of disaster preparedness in a country where most people get by on about $2 a day was met with a shrug. (
  • Haiti's disaster preparedness and response capacities have improved since the earthquake, but much remains to be done to help the poorest people cope with hurricane-strength threats. (
  • For many people, the stress and isolation brought on by the disaster could pose more persistent hazards than the radiation. (
  • Monroe-Loomes said she got to their warehouse in Palmetto located off of 8th Avenue West and pulled up to a disaster area. (
  • The disaster also left some 5 million people homeless, leveling buildings and schools in remote towns and villages near the epicenter. (
  • Underscoring the need, Chinese President Hu Jintao visited two tent manufacturing companies in eastern Zhejiang province, urging workers to boost production to meet needs from the disaster area, state media reported. (
  • In the effort to assure people the government was placing top priority on relief efforts, Premier Wen Jiabao returned Thursday to the disaster zone, the official Xinhua News Agency said - his second trip there following a visit immediately after the quake. (
  • Hurricane Jeanne in 2004 killed some 3,000 people in Haiti. (
  • These few are the sole water sources for the approximately 3,000 people here. (
  • According to a 2006 Census Bureau study, the damage left by Hurricane Katrina caused over 400,000 people throughout the Gulf Coast region to lose their hom. (
  • Mayor Ed Lee is touting a new homeless facility at Pier 80, three miles away, but many of the 150 beds there remain empty. (
  • This is the problem - people don't want to deal with the human feces, the needles, the crime and the other problems that homeless people often bring with them. (
  • The area, she said, is 'insanitary due to accumulation of garbage, human feces, hypodermic needles, urine odors and other insanitary conditions, and it is hereby declared as a public nuisance. (
  • I volunteer on the Salvation Army Outreach Bus so I have met some of these people first hand. (
  • The 2015 Diversity and Outreach Fair will feature innovative and successful library-based programs geared towards poor and homeless people. (
  • Weber is part of the Sulzbacher Center's HOPE (Homeless Outreach Project Expansion) team at the Beaches. (
  • Last week and over the weekend, Denver Public Works spokesperson Nancy Kuhn said outreach teams spoke with people camping in the area to connect them with resources and warn them about the impending clean-up. (
  • He slept on a tarp with a blanket and worked on computer repairs before he became one of about 60 people to get an EDAR. (
  • Fry said volunteers will ask people where they slept Thursday night to add them to the count. (
  • In Geneva, MSF is providing logistical and health support for vulnerable people living in precarious conditions and training staff and volunteers working with these groups. (
  • Even so, volunteers here are still going to miss some people who don't have a home - people such as Dale Dean. (
  • Every year, volunteers bundle up and head into the cold, determined to answer two questions: how many people are homeless in the Louisville area and who are they? (
  • Coalition for the Homeless volunteers search for people during the 2015 count. (
  • The loan would come from $1.2 million in county funding set aside in 2013 for a planned homeless service center and overnight shelter that has since been abandoned, largely because of public opposition. (
  • Four reports (3%) described persons whose illnesses were considered work-related (i.e. (
  • I worry people are going to think I take myself very seriously, and I'd like to suggest that the way the piece started was me attempting the impossible," says Hankins of her newest work, Like a Sun That Pours Forth Light but Never Warmth . (
  • Three police officers who work the Mayport area. (
  • If you work for Foundation - Young Persons Scheme and would like us to amend any of this information please email us today . (
  • Further work is needed to examine how homeless persons acquire lice and determine the risk for illness to persons infested with B . quintana -infected lice. (
  • by Raven Feagins Millions of people across the country are unable to work most jobs and earn. (
  • Looking for individuals who work well with diverse groups of people, have good communication skills, and are 50 years old and over. (
  • The 123 probable or possible cases represent a crude rate of nine cases per 10,000 residents in the exposed areas. (
  • They even went out of their way to remove some of the benches around the town so the homeless didn't get comfortable and a hot line to call if you spotted homeless people for the residents. (
  • Many housed residents simply don't want to see people using drugs on the street. (
  • Housed residents seemed to be split on their opinions of homeless people as a safety risk. (
  • The small clump of people who are walking with me, residents of this once-place, consider me as if I'm a little strange, then they do the same. (
  • The municipality did not supply any here -- taking the view, of course, that the people here were illegals and their huts were illegal and maybe their very existence was illegal -- and so the residents of Ambujwadi dug their own wells. (
  • Bay Area researchers were awarded a significant portion of the $250 million in grants announced by the state's stem cell institute. (
  • Infection with B . quintana can cause prolonged disability in immunocompetent persons and can be life-threatening in immunodeficient patients. (
  • Studies of homeless persons seeking medical care in clinics and hospitals in the United States and France have found that 2%-20% of persons tested had antibodies against B . quintana ( 6 - 9 ). (
  • Survey of the seroprevalence of Bartonella quintana in homeless people. (
  • article{Brouqui1996SurveyOT, title={Survey of the seroprevalence of Bartonella quintana in homeless people. (
  • Epidemiological studies on Bartonella quintana infections among homeless people in Tokyo, Japan. (
  • Bartonella (Rochalimaea) quintana endocarditis in three homeless men. (
  • During the year we published details of our gender pay gap in the UK, as required by the British Government for all organisations employing more than 250 people. (
  • During the last financial year, 248 Press people around the world gave their time to schools, charities and other organisations. (
  • Brenda Gardenhire was homeless over the last year, until she got her EDAR unit. (
  • September 1939: In the early part of this month, the first of three tropical cyclones to impact the peninsula this year hit the northern part of the area. (
  • This year, Dean won't be counted as homeless. (
  • Last year, we saw the homeless death rate nearly double from the prior year. (