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A Solution to Mobile Homelessness Can Be Found at St. Vincent de Paul in Eugene, Ore.

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Uploaded on Jun 30, 2011

Mobile homelessness may be the fastest growing poverty demographic in America's today. People lose their job, then their apartment, and do everything they can to keep their vehicle. In most communities it's actually illegal to sleep in a car or RV making the life of a mobile homeless person even harder.

I have been in meeting in Los Angeles where all the stakeholders were "concerned" yet, no one would step up to allow mobile homeless to park on their property.

As many of you know I have been around the country and few times. The "Overnight Parking Program" run by St. Vincent de Paul in Lane County [http://bit.ly/leOpnH ] is the only mobile homeless services program I have seen or even heard of to date.

This interview is with Keith who runs the singles side of the program and their day center. What I didn't know until this interview is they partner businesses who have land or parking space with responsible homeless people for security. That is AWESOME! Business get free security and our homeless friends get a place to park where they won't be bothered.

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