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Should there be more services available for the homeless like refuges and support networks?

By Emily Potter . Created on 30 Sep, 2019
Alot of people in this world and in everything country are homeless not due to there own fault , some maybe other due to circumstances they couldn't control
Lifestyle 161 votes | 5 Comments
Yes there should be help for the homeless

Yes there should be help for the homeless

No its a waste of money and they've done it to themselves

No its a waste of money and they've done it to themselves

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Yes there should be help for the homeless
Belinda said on Oct 23, 2019
Yes. They need more help and support then we realise
Yes there should be help for the homeless
Marion said on Oct 9, 2019
Absolutely... We should look after our own before sending money overseas to other countries.. There are rundown, grafitti filled buildings everywhere, just left to crumble and become derelict eyesores... Both the Federal and State Govt's should spend money on making these buildings habitable, with beds, showers, kitchens etc in them and open them to the homeless.. I'm sure there would be no shortage of v...
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Yes there should be help for the homeless
Maree said on Sep 30, 2019
We should help our own first. I used to see a homeless guy walk the street and I always bought him a bottle of water on a hot day. Why not? Everyone knew him and this town I live in is very small.
Yes there should be help for the homeless
Mrs said on Sep 30, 2019
More soup kitchens - I remember a family of young children many years ago who only had a decent meal this way because of mums addiction - hope life turned out well for them but doubt it. And a local chap round now, decent type but cant stand being indoors. So it's a decent meal being available that is most important. And a safe place for the kids to sleep.
Amze85 said on Sep 30, 2019
I think every one deserves a second, third and fourth chance in life. I always say to people try and put yourself in that person's shoes and see what actual circumstances led them to being homeless in the first place. It's so easy for people to judge and look down on others when they should really have a look in their own backyard so to speak because no one has a perfect life and no one is going to meet...
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