Sunday, May 30, 2010

On being ... homeless in Seminole County (part 2)








Dale lives in an unlawful (and undisclosed) camp in the woods of Seminole County.


Three homeless men who live in a hidden -- and illegal -- woods camp share their stories and their perspective on being homeless. Central Florida Matters accompanied a team of two outreach specialists who daily bring hope and advice to more than 200 other clients.

Meet Ricky, David and Dale and visit their camp in Part Two: The People.

Check out Part One: The Problem and the Players here.

Part Three, which will launch on-line several weeks from now, will address the possibilities of better serving the homeless or even lowering the number of homeless.

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