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Mobile Homeless

7 Myths About Homeless People Debunked

The Huffington Post | Ann Brenoff | Posted 05.05.2014 | Impact

Homelessness is on the rise in cities across the country, although there are many aspects of it that are changing. Field workers and homeless advocate...

People Living in Vehicles Need a Safe Place to Park, Not Fines or Jail

Mark Horvath | Posted 10.08.2013 | Impact
Mark Horvath

This week, Palo Alto, California passed a vehicle dwelling ban. People found living in their vehicles will be charged with a misdemeanor and face a ma...

Happiness Living in Yellow School Bus: Postmark Pink Mountain

Michael Sean Comerford | Posted 09.16.2013 | Travel
Michael Sean Comerford

They aren't homeless, their home is the road, the outdoors, wherever they drive next.

Research: Vehicular Residency is the Fastest Growing Demographic of Homelessness

Mark Horvath | Posted 07.27.2013 | Impact
Mark Horvath

Working with people who are living in a vehicle requires different strategies and outreach models. The good is that many are new to homelessness and are often easier to help back into normal society.

WATCH: Homeless Mom Calls for Help

Mark Horvath | Posted 09.10.2011 | Impact
Mark Horvath

What happens when you empower a homeless mom with a video camera? We get to see first-hand homeless service's failed systems. I wrote this partially ...

A Good Deal? Businesses Give Lot Space To Homeless, Gain Security

Mark Horvath | Posted 09.03.2011 | Impact
Mark Horvath

Mobile homelessness may be the fastest growing poverty demographic in America today.

Homeless Single Mom, Daughters Live In A Seattle Van

Mark Horvath | Posted 09.02.2011 | Impact
Mark Horvath

I spent the day with a homeless family, yet it felt like spending the day with a normal family. The big difference was at the end of the day Carey and her daughter Maggy drove their van to a park to sleep for the night.

She Sleeps on the Sidewalk Because It's Illegal to Sleep in Her Car

Mark Horvath | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Mark Horvath

The thing keeping Sandy unemployed? Her age. She says that's the main factor keeping her from finding work, and she's living a "completely miserable" life on the streets.