By Monica E. Oss So, my attention returned to homelessness and housing security this past weekend, watching the John Oliver segment, Homelessness: Last Week Tonight With John Oliver. He reiterated what most managers in the health and human service field know—homelessness and housing insecurity are significant, and the numbers are on the rise. There are at least 600,000 people who are homeless in the U.S. (see 2020 Annual Homeless Assessment Report To Congress) and there is a projection that number will increase by another 50% in the years ahead. And this number does not count the number of “housing insecure” people (an umbrella term,…
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