For homeless, programs designed to help can come at a cost
If you’re interested in learning more about social inclusion head to IdeaFest tomorrow.
Homelessness can be a full-time job called survival. “A lot of energy goes into just finding food and a place to sleep everyday,” said Trudy Norman, a doctoral student at the University of Victoria who will present her latest research as part of IdeaFest on Thursday… Norman and her colleagues started the second phase of the project at the beginning of 2013, interviewing people about their experiences with homelessness and how they felt about participation in local services.
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Source: Times Colonist