mark harvoth – invisible people
ran into Mark the first year (2009-2010?)- when we started looking at home less ness and human trafficking.
his work is amazing.
1. world peace
2. that people could understand how other people felt
this interview was recorded in april 2013. Catherine died april 30, 2013.
what we decided to do is start listening..
up – uncultured project
apart from being homeless, we’re just like anybody else.. – eric sheptock
4/27/12 10:57 PM
even though I was homeless, homeless service agencies would not hire me because I didn’t have enough experience with homelessness #honest
about 2:29 talks about youth homelessness
In this short interview Barbara Poppe talks about President Obama’s “Opening Doors: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness”.
The plan has 4 key goals:
- End chronic homelessness by 2015
- Prevent and end homelessness among veterans by 2015
- End family, youth and child homelessness by 2020
- End all forms of homelessness
at the federal leve 15-24 nothing in place – they are in need of something involved with ed
no dept of youth services at federal level – all addressed through education and housing services
interview from 2009-2010
the cycle we have – hospital care – at $45000 a shot.. then they are back on the street.. that could have got them housing..
i feel human again..
housing first.. saves lives and saves money
@hardlynormalLAPD orders officers to show ‘compassion and empathy’ to homeless people ow.ly/9Kzn301w5xL
The policy was a “good start,” but didn’t go far enough, said Carol Sobel, a civil rights attorney who has successfully sued the city over how it treats the homeless. The key, she said, will be for the LAPD to monitor officers to ensure they’re abiding by the new guidelines.
“We’ll believe it when we see it,” Sobel said. “You can hand out all the policies you want – that doesn’t make a difference unless you put enforcement behind it.”
Mark Horvath (@hardlynormal) tweeted at 6:44 AM – 1 May 2018 :
I was going to be all nice and in my talk then @Abbeycatluvsme got me thinking about WWPD (what would @Pam_Palmater do) and now I am torn. For reference, this is Pam’s talk at @CAEHomelessness and is the most honest talk I have ever heard in this sector https://t.co/FRp35CdlwP(http://twitter.com/hardlynormal/status/991297338810490881?s=17)
Mark Horvath (@hardlynormal) tweeted at 6:00 AM – 25 May 2018 :
I do not know of even one situation where a homeless person gets the support they need quickly. Not one. It doesn’t happen. The norm is to connect to services multiple times over several years and not get help. That’s a very real problem! We need less process, not more!! (http://twitter.com/hardlynormal/status/999983615093235712?s=17)
too much ness
@monk51295 13/ Oh, yesterday every homeless person we talked to has a smartphone. All of them are on Facebook. One person said he has an account but hates FB and doesn’t use it. Engaging people via their phone will save lives and money but the sector still does nothing to use tech like this
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hardlynormal/status/1051533815204593669
tech as it could be..
from same thread:
2/ officially chronically homeless. The sector has moved to focus on just chronically homeless people. I once supported that but I no longer think it’s the smart move for a few reasons. 1) We have to do something to help people first entering homelessness that do not fit…
Original Tweet: https://twitter.com/hardlynormal/status/1051524721383096320
working while homeless et al